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03-18-2013 11:15 PM
CarlosChavira I found the best prices from these guys Illumination LEDs
Got my 50" from them
03-14-2013 03:23 PM
Ppride14
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Originally Posted by justin-branam View Post
I bought a set of these (from a different seller, but the same light). They are okay. I put them on my front bumper to use as front ground flood lights, but will probably move them to the back for extra rear/reverse lighting and pt something else up front. They were not nearly as bright as I thought they would be, and don't "throw" the light very far. They would probably be best for very slow off roading where you want some nice lighting very near by, but I wouldn't use them for backroad driving at normal speeds. Granted I am comparing them with my Rigid Dually D2's. If I remember, I will snap some pictures tonight so you can see how bright they are.
Great thanks for the response. I would like to use them as fog lights...or basically to have more "flood" light right in front and to the sides of the Jeep. I already have a pair of aircraft landing lights when I need to throw some serious light out! The current cheap "navigator" halogen lights I have on now don't nearly put out the light, but more importantly beam pattern, that I would like to have. I don't want to spend a ton of money, but would like something "floody" to put on my front bumper to complement my headlights and A.L.L.

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03-14-2013 03:03 PM
justin-branam I bought a set of these (from a different seller, but the same light). They are okay. I put them on my front bumper to use as front ground flood lights, but will probably move them to the back for extra rear/reverse lighting and pt something else up front. They were not nearly as bright as I thought they would be, and don't "throw" the light very far. They would probably be best for very slow off roading where you want some nice lighting very near by, but I wouldn't use them for backroad driving at normal speeds. Granted I am comparing them with my Rigid Dually D2's. If I remember, I will snap some pictures tonight so you can see how bright they are.
03-13-2013 10:26 PM
Ppride14
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Originally Posted by Z-TJ View Post
Yeah I've heard good things about them. However, judging by the reviews for the Tuff led products on amazon, I think I might give those a shot. 65 bucks for a pair of square flood led lights is pretty darn good (and the square matches my YJ headlights Lol).
03-13-2013 09:27 PM
Z-TJ Check these guys out.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...43287494,d.dmg
03-13-2013 09:22 PM
Ppride14
Anyone heard of Tuff LED lights?

I was searching around for lights to place on my bumper and found this : http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009ES...pi=SL500_SX125

Anyone heard anything about these? I currently have a pair of cheap walmart "navigator" lights that I use as daytime running/fog lights. However, I want something with more of a flood beam and these certainly seem interesting. Check out some of their other products and you'll see that they get very good reviews.

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