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Old 06-20-2014, 11:00 AM   #1
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Zero Dark Lighting LED Lights

Came across these earlier in the week and thought I'd share. Looks like some quality stuff at reasonable prices. Check them out and if somebody tries them, post up and let us know what you think as I'm curious.

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I think they are over priced. My opinion is formed by the following.

$81 PER LIGHT (from what I can tell)
ZDL 27 Watt Round LED Utility Light | Zero Dark Lighting

$50 per light
5.5" Round 27W Heavy Duty High Powered LED Work Light | LED Work Lights | LED Work Light & Off Road LED Light Bars | Super Bright LEDs

$50 for 2 lights and these look exactly like the ones sold by zero dark
http://www.amazon.com/Tuff-LED-Light...27+watt+lights

I could be way off base here. But just thought i'd throw in some food for thought.

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I'm going to try and find out more. Stay tuned.
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Old 12-03-2015, 10:02 AM   #4
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I put zero dark light bars on my razor, duck boat, and truck. In my opinion don't cheap out on Amazon lights. I thought they were over priced at first. I got a 20in dual row for boat first to try out. Quality is there and you can't beat a lifetime warranty. I'm sure that will come in handy when light shorts out from getting wet. I did find a couple sites selling zero dark lights and the cheapest was www.allterraintech.com
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Don't by the tuff leds from amazon they are of terrible quality. I bought a few for my tractor and and couple zero turns I have and non of them lasted more than a couple months. All developed water inside of them and two failed completely. The company or seller whoever has awful communication skills. I was able to get some amazon to credit me 25% back on the purchase but that didn't help much.
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