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Old 09-07-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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single kc 130w spot effectiveness

I purchased a rugged ridge 3 tab light bar for my factory front bumper. I want to run 2 kc slimlite 100w driving lights on each side and a single slimlite 130w spot in the center. My question is will the single spot be effective by itself?

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You're gonna notice the driving lights more as they have a wider beam pattern. However, if you're putting 3 lights that's exactly how I'd do it. Except I'd go with 130w in all 3 spots. That's just me though.

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You'll definitely notice the difference between them and that's a good setup. The two driving lights will "flood" the light in front of you to see what's directly in front of you, and you'll have one nice solid beam showing you what's farther ahead, MUCH farther ahead. I have two long ranges, they go insanely far.
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