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Old 04-18-2010, 03:32 PM   #1
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Blinding light

I want A LOT of spread out light

I have an 05 tj with a hard top and prorac roof rack with crossbars. I am thinking about attaching (4 or 6) 4" or 7" HID 35w/55w fixtures to the crossbar.

Also want to improve, convert to hid, or replace the fog lights.


What do you think?

What is the difference going to be between hid's in 4"-7" ? is it the spread pattern of the light they cast? They are made by the same co. with the same wattage and lumens.

What is euro pattern lighting? what is the Opposite of it? I want to light a large area, like say the ocean

This lighting will be used more for checking the surf at night , verses driving the baja 500 at 50 mph. Thanks.

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