|04-15-2012 05:12 PM|
|dkeven||ditto on the duallys amber as drl's I added dually spots as off road supplement works great.|
|04-15-2012 04:14 PM|
|04-14-2012 01:49 PM|
|damndirtydog||For as much as I use them I went thrifty. KC 5'' apollos on windsheild brackets and 7" Delta 100s on the fairlead. That combo lights anything up and was under $250. Also I prefer stone guards and not covers. Don't want to have to get out and take covers off to use my aux lights.|
|04-14-2012 01:46 PM|
|americonium||Nice winch! Oh, and the lights are cool as well... =)|
|04-14-2012 01:39 PM|
|Jervboy||Let there be light.|
|04-13-2012 08:25 PM|
|04-13-2012 07:25 PM|
|04-13-2012 01:35 PM|
|Jervboy||Here is the final product. Thanks for the input!|
|04-06-2012 07:56 AM|
Most states only allow four lights to be active while on the road in the front as most cars have headlights and fogs.
I have HiDs as headlights and visionX as fogs between these two lighting systems there is more than enough light to go off road. VisionX's have a wide beam pattern so they do well as rock lights too.
|04-06-2012 05:51 AM|
I like the KC 130 watt on my windshield and Rigid LED yellow fogs on my bumper work for me. So I have long range off road lights and yellow fog lights for the rain, smoke and dust.
|04-06-2012 04:57 AM|
|04-05-2012 01:45 PM|
|the Kolector||I went with the Warn W650D, wireless controller. I like the idea of the Rigid Duallys, just like the look of the Warns better.|
|04-05-2012 01:20 PM|
|TommyT||Long range beams are the best pick for your winshield mounts as driving beams will cast too much glare off of your hood. As noted, check your state laws as every state is different as to what can and can't be run on the road. I run long range beams on my bull bar and the winshield mounts.|
|04-05-2012 12:33 PM|
|Jared66||Yeh rigid light bars are sick but pricy. I personally like piaas. Because icant afford the light bars i want.|
|04-05-2012 12:26 PM|
|04-05-2012 11:42 AM|
Check your local laws. Most places you can’t run any type of auxiliary lighting on the roads. I would suggest LED, Rigid Industries Dually D2. They draw less power than a halogen or HID and are bright as hell in a small package. I would suggest driving beam on the windshield brackets and flood beam on the bumper.
|04-05-2012 11:25 AM|
I want to put some extra lighting on my JK. On my old Jeep I has some Hella off road lights that I had to have sheilds on while on the road because I wasn't allowed to use them, too bright? Anyway, I want to mount some lights up by the windsheild and two on a light bar. I have fog lights stock on the JK. What "type" should I mount. I was thinking driving lamps on the light bar down by the bumper and long rang lights on brackets up by the sheild. Any input would be greatly appreciated. I wanted to be able to at least run the driving lights on the road and the long range lamps off road. Should I do all four driving lamps? Too much?