I was wondering what the best beam pattern is for lights on the windshield mounts. I'm thinking of ordering a set of the 5 inch KC lights and they offer 3 choices.
I have the long range KC's on my A-pillars. They are a good choice because they won't spread light and give a lot of reflection off of the hood. I aimed mine just above the outside of where the headlights hit to let me see the deer and other critters on the sides of the back roads at night.
Let me know if you have any questions!
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I may as well. I don't see myself ever putting them back on since they aren't used. The covers are bedlined black (I hated the stupid yellow smiley face) and there is no relay with them. PM an offer if you are interested in them.
Quick suggestion, I have 4 xtra light on my rig and I think they were runnunig 100W bulbs. It seemed like I had 4 mag lights as solid beams pointing out in front of me. Personally I don't really care what the tops of trees look like in the distance so I re-bulbed mine down to 55w bulbs. W/6 55w bulbs (headlights included) I have a wide range of light which helps me see directly in front of me compared to whats on the other hill top. It's also not as bad on the driver in front of you too. By the way, 55w bulbs are street legal (here anyway).