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Old 06-08-2013, 12:12 PM   #1
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KC HiLiTES 26 Series Long Range Light

Do any of you have any experience with them? I'm just looking for some lights to mount on an overhead light bar I'm getting and I dont need anything too bright. Just wanted some second opinions before I get them.

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Old 06-17-2013, 10:22 AM   #2
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I have the kc 100w long range lights with polymax housing mounted to windshield. You can pick up the kit...2 lights + wiring for under 120 .

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I have the kc 100w long range lights with polymax housing mounted to windshield. You can pick up the kit...2 lights + wiring for under 120 .
For that price, where?
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For that price, where?
I'm pretty sure those would be round lights and not rectangular 26 lights you asked about. I don't think the 26's can take a 100w bulb because they are very small bodied with a plastic housing and plastic lens. The 26's are 55w and $8x on amazon. If you can accommodate bigger round lights, you should go for larger reflector and higher power, especially up on the roof. A 55w halogen with a small 2x6" reflector isn't going to do a whole lot up there besides in-close lighting like your stock low beams.
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