|01-11-2015 01:28 AM|
|akkyle||so I am actually a member of the Tacoma World forum (own a 2014 toyota tacoma single cab), but had to join cause this was a very informative thread, my question is, with the aurora lighting products, is it better to go with the 4 10W cree cube in flood or the 6 5W Cree cube in driving pattern. This will be in tandom with a 20 in single row combo pattern light. this wil mostly be used offroad, but possible for highway use in the winters (live in alaska, its dark alot this time of year). This is gonna be my first light bar purchase so I want to do it right.|
|01-10-2015 11:22 PM|
Someone had to do the first JK...Jeep Build
$80,000 Jeep with Aurora instead of Rigid? Because they are brighter, built better, over a year of abuse without a single issue.
|12-22-2014 01:44 PM|
|Speedy327||Also, MUDLIFELED sells them. I just bought a pair of the 40W Spot Beam 2" Cubes for Windshield Lights. They were 67.50$ each with free shipping. Only disadvantage is that they are 3 to 4 weeks out, but since its freezing out most days after work I can wait. I look forward to receiving them to post my thoughts.|
|12-11-2014 09:55 PM|
|Backwoodsboy129||There are a few that can get Aurora. Krawl offroad sells aurora but they are claiming them as their own for some reason. There is a site called aurora usa or something like that but they are very high in their prices and there is a company on amazon that sells them. Southern Suicidal Lighting orders directly from the manufacturer(Aurora) and thr lights are made upon ordering from them.|
|12-11-2014 09:45 PM|
|x5050160||Ok I am finding very few sources for these Aurora LED lights that seem ligit. Southern Suicidal Lighting seemed the best option to buy from. I can't even find a website for Aurora, I mean a few pop up but nothing that looks like a corporate site.|
|12-11-2014 12:49 PM|
|x5050160||Ok thanks i ask cause some of the stuff i found looked to be counterfeit|
|12-10-2014 07:42 PM|
|Backwoodsboy129||check out Southern Suicidal Lighting|
|12-10-2014 08:58 AM|
|SecretAgentMan||. . . duplicate . . .|
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|12-09-2014 11:53 PM|
|x5050160||What is a good site to buy Aurora LED lights.|
|12-01-2014 12:59 AM|
If they're unbiased tests, there's no purpose for any wattage measurements other than to show how truthful the 2 companies are about it their advertising and marketing.
|11-30-2014 09:55 PM|
|11-30-2014 09:01 AM|
|MagicMtnDan||It's all about the LUX. Measure the LUX.|
|11-28-2014 04:28 PM|
anybody with a multimeter and rigids or auroras can check out this wattage claim without much effort. I'm pretty sure a few members have them and it would be interesting to see a few results.
It always bothered me that bulbs are sold by wattage rating which means diddly squat as far as light output. You can have 3 "100w" bulbs built for different applications and they will be brighter (or dimmer) depending on what they were made for. wattage is specifies the bulb's power consumption, not illumination. That's my rant of the day.
|11-28-2014 01:59 PM|
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|11-26-2014 11:55 AM|
Unfortunately your version of the truth is not true. But you posted it on the internet so...it "must be true"
Nothing like criticizing a company without the facts by anonymously posting text that will be here forever.
Nothing like signing up to a forum and having your first and only 2 posts attacking a vendor.
|11-26-2014 07:53 AM|
Yes I did!
Well, nothing but the TRUTH...... Did loads of research before I became a retailer for Aurora LED bars. Kinda hilariouse walking the SEMA show and RIGID Industries had lawyers walking around making sure nobody violated their patent. REALLY!!!
|11-25-2014 02:13 AM|
First post and that's what you put up?
|11-24-2014 11:04 PM|
Aurora vs Rigid
With a little research you will find that it's the other way around, rigid industries actually copied Aurora's technology, flooded then market to establish brand familiarity, changed some very small details the filed a patent here in the US. Aurora will actually back their products just as well as the rigid products!
Aurora actually has led cubes that are 40W and driving cubes that are 30W (REAL WATTAGE) not inflated numbers....
Contact me, I can tell you more about it.....
|11-06-2014 08:08 AM|
|emailj||I just bought the Aurora's 2x2" and so far really liking them.|
|11-04-2014 07:50 PM|
|NFRs2000NYC||I believe we all said no...Aurora side screws are in a different spot than rigids.|
|11-03-2014 01:49 PM|
|robertcrav||Exact same dimensions|
|11-03-2014 01:46 PM|
|KG6KJS||I am still wondering if the 2x2 cubes will fit into Rigid's brackets. I wan to put them in a JK bumper. All my Aurora's are still holding up strong. No issues yet.|
|09-26-2014 06:08 PM|
|Backwoodsboy129||Here are the 40w cubes and 5w dual row 20 inch.|
|09-23-2014 05:52 PM|
I know this is an older thread, but I've been importing from Aurora for almost 2 years, and couldn't be happier with the products they have. I've only had one customer with a failure and that is because he cut the harness and wired them incorrectly.
The 4x10w cubes are bright as hell, I have 2 "fogs" on my front bumper along with a 400w 40" combo bar (80 - 5w), and 2 "diffusion" on the rear bumper...
this is one diffusion cube on my radiator support, 25ft from wall, pic from 25ft further back
and with an amber clip on filter
|07-23-2014 09:47 PM|
I will just leave this here...
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|07-11-2014 02:13 PM|
The correct way to test light bars is to lock exposure.
For example, a comparison shot
|07-04-2014 11:33 PM|
Here are some pics of the Aurora Lights from my camera on my phone.
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