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01-26-2013 09:58 AM
Espada The temptAtion for using aux. lighting as a visual horn, here in Northern VA/DC would be too great for me. Some LED headlights woe be enough.
01-26-2013 03:34 AM
mhanksii I wonder if there would be a way to mount this 10" bar on the rear and tie in a trigger relay to the reverse lights?
12-22-2012 11:27 AM
ohioviper To each his own but I cant believe people can justify the cost of those lights. OUCH
12-22-2012 10:54 AM
Binx I actually bought the e series 10 inch bar. For 309 shipped. It's 379 now on amazon. There was only 5 available when I ordered. Call rigid and ask if they can do it since it was drop shipped right from them.
12-22-2012 10:45 AM
Medic005
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Could younpost a link to that light ?
Rob ....
Here they are on Amazon

RIGID 91031 10" LED LIGHT BAR- SPOT/FLOOD COMBO BEAM- SINGLE ROW "SR SERIES" : Amazon.com : Automotive
12-22-2012 09:48 AM
FreezerJeep I run rigid and like them. But also check visionx. They have some nice lights too.

Bryce
12-22-2012 09:35 AM
Duramaxxed The Baja Designs Squadron's absolutely blow the Rigid Dually D2's away.

I currently have 2 Dually D2 Spots on my Duramax and 2 Squadron Spots on Windshield Mounts on the TJ.

2 Dually D2's aren't even as Bright as 1 Squadron.

Yes, you can get 2 Dually D2's for the Price of 1 Squadron, but IMO, the amount of Light you get, it's worth it.
12-22-2012 08:11 AM
robskully
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I got a Rigid 10" bar thats the combo light with spots and flood that I am going to mount to the bumper next week. Rigid seems to be what most guys run on their rigs. I paid 300 shipped for it to my door on amazon, brand new straight from Rigid. You can hood mount also.
Could younpost a link to that light ?
Rob ....
12-22-2012 06:14 AM
Binx I got a Rigid 10" bar thats the combo light with spots and flood that I am going to mount to the bumper next week. Rigid seems to be what most guys run on their rigs. I paid 300 shipped for it to my door on amazon, brand new straight from Rigid. You can hood mount also.
12-22-2012 01:23 AM
Dj Captain
best led aux lighting

Ready to pull the trigger on my aux lighting, and while everyone has their recommendations nothing is really rated. So I want long throw led for the windshield, and wide angle led for the affront and back bumpers. So who has what led, and how is the lighting? Oracle is what keeps coming up, but I don't know their lighting. How many watts a light is does not always mean its better. Ignoring price tags, what's the top 3-5 choices for led lighting?

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