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Old 06-09-2013, 10:24 PM   #1
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A-pillar round LED lights?

What is a good LED round light that looks like the old school KC lights that will mount on the A-pillar ?

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Old 06-11-2013, 09:01 AM   #2
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Not sure about round ones, but the Rigid Dually's are popular and put out crazy lumens. They're square, but small.

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Not sure about round ones, but the Rigid Dually's are popular and put out crazy lumens. They're square, but small.
I like those and looked at them my deal for round ones is all the other lights on the jeep are round - sticking with a theme I guess
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look on amazon. i just got a pair for like $50. they are 1950 lumens, 6000k color temp and they are 4" round. only 27w per light. havent gotten them wired up yet, but i'm going to put them on the A pillar as well.
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look on amazon. i just got a pair for like $50. they are 1950 lumens, 6000k color temp and they are 4" round. only 27w per light. havent gotten them wired up yet, but i'm going to put them on the A pillar as well.
What are the housings made of ?
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:47 PM   #6
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What are the housings made of ?
Aluminum I believe. It's a solid light.
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This is the new 7" 36W light we started carrying from Paramount. They put out a ridiculous 3600 lumens each and actually look pretty nice. There are some less expensive 5" lights out there, but don't quite have the same amount of output.

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Old 06-17-2013, 07:43 PM   #8
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This is the new 7" 36W light we started carrying from Paramount. They put out a ridiculous 3600 lumens each and actually look pretty nice. There are some less expensive 5" lights out there, but don't quite have the same amount of output.
It is a nice light wondering first the price and secondly if 7" is too big for windshield mounting
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Make certain that the claimed lumen output is tested lumen output. Some makers simply take one LED claimed output and add up the LEDs for a total claimed output. The realized output ends up being nowhere near the claimed, because of poor assembly, circuit board, engineering, and manufacturing techniques.
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Old 06-17-2013, 08:02 PM   #10
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Make certain that the claimed lumen output is tested lumen output. Some makers simply take one LED claimed output and add up the LEDs for a total claimed output. The realized output ends up being nowhere near the claimed, because of poor assembly, circuit board, engineering, and manufacturing techniques.
That is true I wonder how many actually use a light meter to test the output
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This is the new 7" 36W light we started carrying from Paramount. They put out a ridiculous 3600 lumens each and actually look pretty nice. There are some less expensive 5" lights out there, but don't quite have the same amount of output.
Can't find them on your website. Got a link?

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