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Old 08-06-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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The other day I was looking around on the local craigslist and scored big (i think) this guy close to me sold his jeep and is selling his 50" E series combo and D2 hyperspots with brackets for $1000. Not sure what kind of mounts for the D2s

Right now I have a set of KC SlimLite Long ranges. I know it would be an upgrade to switch those out, but would it be worth it?

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The other day I was looking around on the local craigslist and scored big (i think) this guy close to me sold his jeep and is selling his 50" E series combo and D2 hyperspots with brackets for $1000. Not sure what kind of mounts for the D2s

Right now I have a set of KC SlimLite Long ranges. I know it would be an upgrade to switch those out, but would it be worth it?
Rigid makes a really high quality light, there's no denying that. If you have the thousand to spend and feel like it's worth it, then go for it! There are other great brands of LED lights out there that offer a 50" and 2 spots at a price that allows you to add brackets and still be in under a thousand, so you have options. Good luck with the decision!

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Old 08-06-2014, 07:01 PM   #3
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I have a Rigid E2 50" bar and a 10" E2. I use the 10" much more than the big one because it is manageable. The big one is like 4 q-beams and is not practicable for anywhere but wide open spaces due to the blow back reflection from signs, rain, etc. nice lights and great quality.
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Old 08-09-2014, 09:06 AM   #4
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I have a Rigid E2 50" bar and a 10" E2. I use the 10" much more than the big one because it is manageable. The big one is like 4 q-beams and is not practicable for anywhere but wide open spaces due to the blow back reflection from signs, rain, etc. nice lights and great quality.
This was helpful! Thanks. I was worried about reflections. I will probably pass because i dont want to rewire and am happy with my KCs
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