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Old 04-02-2013, 04:43 PM
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Windshield mounted off road lights?

What are some good offroad lights to mount on the side of my windshield that are bright and affordable?
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I have KC Daylighters on mine, around 100-150 for a pair and they are bright. I love them

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What he said.

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I have the KC Apollo series. They are crazy bright and have very good range. Got them for like $120. Can't attach photos right now for some reason, but I'm very happy with them.
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Just make sure you use a pencil/ spot beam, otherwise they'll glare off of the hood and be nearly un-usable.
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:25 PM
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Yea I have thought about those. Does anyone know if it is possible to put HIDs in them? I have 15,000k in my headlights and I'm gonna get some 4" HID fogs and was gonna get some 2" bulldog LEDs to put on my bumper so I thought it would look really weird having all those lights and then having halogens on the windshield..
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KC slimlights here, in spot light model
I really like the spotlight, no glare off the hood.
The slimlights have both positives and negatives, the size is awesome, i don't hardly notice them, but I would think the KC daylighters are probably brighter

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