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Old 03-07-2014, 12:24 PM   #1
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Windshield LED Lights

Considering installing windshield lights (8 deg spots) on my 2002 TJ and I would like to have some input before I make the purchase.

Any experience with these 40W / 4,000 Lumen LED lights?
2X 5inch 40W CREE Spot Flood LED Work Offroad Light Bar Offroad Jeep Lamp 4000Lm | eBay

Will these be too large for windshield mounting? using an Olympic mount.
Size: 118 mm X 110 mm X 92 MM (4.6" X 4.3" X 3.6")

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Old 03-07-2014, 12:50 PM   #2
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I have no experience with these, but I don't think they will be too large for the windshield, I had 6 inch KC Hilites on mine, were a good size, but I switched to 4 inch 18w LED cubes

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Old 03-07-2014, 02:17 PM   #3
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Considering installing windshield lights (8 deg spots) on my 2002 TJ and I would like to have some input before I make the purchase.

Any experience with these 40W / 4,000 Lumen LED lights?
2X 5inch 40W CREE Spot Flood LED Work Offroad Light Bar Offroad Jeep Lamp 4000Lm | eBay

Will these be too large for windshield mounting? using an Olympic mount.
Size: 118 mm X 110 mm X 92 MM (4.6" X 4.3" X 3.6")

Thanks
CREE is a good quality Diode and a narrow beam like the 8* you're looking at will be ok on the windshield. You want that spot pattern so you don't get glare off the hood.

They are a little bigger than the 3" Offroad LED Lights you usually see on the A-pillar, but they should fit on those mounts without a problem. Let me know if you have any other questions or would like a quote!

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Old 03-08-2014, 03:02 AM   #4
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I wouldn't recommend ebay... I never enjoy working with ebay people when a problem arises. I would consider ^^^ or, check out Welcome to Lifetime LED Lights - guaranteed for life I purchased a light bar from them, and when a problem came up with the bar, I had a new one shipped to my doors in couple days without any questions asked...
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