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Old 02-18-2014, 04:51 PM   #1
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Does Dually/D2 color match TruckLite Headlights?

I cant tell in pictures.

I live in a rural area and im thinking about replacing my fogs with dually's or D2's rather than ponying up $400 for JW Speaker fogs.

Will the Rigid fogs match my TruckLite headlights?

Also, Is anyone running the Rigids on the street without blinding issues? Spot or driving pattern. I live in the countryside but dont want to be blinding every driver.

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Old 02-22-2014, 10:14 AM   #2
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Most LEDs I've ever looked into run about 6000k color temperature. I have the Rigids and I would not recommend running them on the street. They are way too bright. They are listed on Rigid's site under "off road" for a reason

Here's the Rigids running across my bumper/winch fairlead. Night shot for your comparison. Hope this helps.. Headlights and windshield spots are 8000k HID.

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Old 02-23-2014, 06:18 PM   #3
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I have the Truck Lite's and D2's in driving pattern and would not run them on the street with cars anywhere near you. The D2's are beyond bright, but I do run them when there's no cars coming all the time. I'm sure that's illegal though.
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I have the Truck Lite's and D2's in driving pattern and would not run them on the street with cars anywhere near you. The D2's are beyond bright, but I do run them when there's no cars coming all the time. I'm sure that's illegal though.
Do they match?
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Do they match?
Yes, they are both a very intense white light. No distortion at all.
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The JW fogs are DOT approved I believe. I got them over a short bar so I can run them on the street.

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