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01-06-2014 12:19 PM
st1264
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Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post

This is headlights and fogs only. Notice how even the spread of light is.
That's awesome
01-06-2014 03:46 AM
GoldenEagle Got a new light bar, and switched out the spot lights, for driving lights. I did this a while back!
06-16-2013 06:43 PM
Mindlesschunk
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Originally Posted by jbw23 View Post
I used exhaust clamps and hid them behind the bumper
Nice looking to do the exact same thing but with like 6" led bar
06-16-2013 06:42 PM
Mindlesschunk
Quote:
Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
Here's my setup.

HIDProjectors Bixenon projectors. I perfer HID projector to the LED offerings because of the spread, beam pattern and throw. LEDs do have a few benefits, but a proper projector setup is still superior.

50" Aurora LED lightbar on the windshield, custom ordered for 100% spot.
10" Aurora LED lightbar above the fairlead. (combo beam)
Rigid Industries Dually D2s on the A pillar (driving beam)

Video of the lights on....keep an eye on the canyons...you can see the spot 50" illuminating them. Keep in mind, the iphone is compensating the exposure, so in real life, it is A LOT brighter than you see in the video.
https://vimeo.com/66098046

Again, exposure is compensated, but if you look into the distance, you can see the bluffs being lit up


3000K HID (yellow) in the foglights. Work incredibly well in bad weather, and again, superior than any other lightsouce for foul weather (still used on LeMans race cars today).

This is headlights and fogs only. Notice how even the spread of light is.


I am waiting for my rear bumper to be released before I tackle the rear lighting setup.

Everything is run through an SPOD system.
Man.. I need to make the switch to LED.. That's so sick
06-07-2013 02:34 PM
jkmohican Attachment 258756

Dual KC'S 130W long range Slimlites.
06-07-2013 01:23 PM
jbw23 I used exhaust clamps and hid them behind the bumper
05-31-2013 09:58 AM
Jeepguy7972 Five 6" RR up top

2 Hella black Magic on windshield

2 Hella Black Magic on bumper
05-29-2013 06:48 PM
Knuckles65 Can you provide more details on the headlights and fogs? (Vendor...price...etc.). You can PM me if you prefer not to make it public.

Thanks!
05-29-2013 02:43 PM
NFRs2000NYC Here's my setup.





HIDProjectors Bixenon projectors. I perfer HID projector to the LED offerings because of the spread, beam pattern and throw. LEDs do have a few benefits, but a proper projector setup is still superior.

50" Aurora LED lightbar on the windshield, custom ordered for 100% spot.
10" Aurora LED lightbar above the fairlead. (combo beam)
Rigid Industries Dually D2s on the A pillar (driving beam)

Video of the lights on....keep an eye on the canyons...you can see the spot 50" illuminating them. Keep in mind, the iphone is compensating the exposure, so in real life, it is A LOT brighter than you see in the video.
https://vimeo.com/66098046

Again, exposure is compensated, but if you look into the distance, you can see the bluffs being lit up


3000K HID (yellow) in the foglights. Work incredibly well in bad weather, and again, superior than any other lightsouce for foul weather (still used on LeMans race cars today).

This is headlights and fogs only. Notice how even the spread of light is.


I am waiting for my rear bumper to be released before I tackle the rear lighting setup.

Everything is run through an SPOD system.
05-26-2013 08:51 PM
Wrangler27 4 hella 700's on top
2 hella 500's on windsheild

And waiting for my 20" bar for hood or maybe for a new bumper(excuse that i need to go out and buy one)
05-26-2013 08:44 PM
GoldenEagle
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Originally Posted by slathrum View Post
Just wrapped up the install on my 21.5" LED light bar and pods on the bumper. The bar is from Lifetime LED and 120 watts/7200 lumen and the pods are from Black Box Logistics and 60 watts/4800 lumen each.

I thought I'd be different and mount the bar to the hood. It glares some but I don't really see it much since the actual fixture covers it from behind, if that makes sense. Overall, this setup is just stupid bright!






How did you mount it on the hood. was looking to do the same actually?
05-18-2013 10:58 PM
Madden dont have any out on the trail unfortunately, and dont know why my camera makes them look so dull haha.
05-18-2013 10:21 PM
BCDonny Attachment 250789



Attachment 250790
05-17-2013 01:40 PM
slathrum Just wrapped up the install on my 21.5" LED light bar and pods on the bumper. The bar is from Lifetime LED and 120 watts/7200 lumen and the pods are from Black Box Logistics and 60 watts/4800 lumen each.

I thought I'd be different and mount the bar to the hood. It glares some but I don't really see it much since the actual fixture covers it from behind, if that makes sense. Overall, this setup is just stupid bright!





05-05-2013 06:49 PM
OhSixTJ Got 2 more on my bumper.
05-05-2013 05:56 PM
blackrubi003 My newly installed KC fog lights and long range driving lights.
05-02-2013 11:35 AM
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Attachment 244253
05-02-2013 11:21 AM
alexandermf
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Originally Posted by kjg26 View Post

Hanma 50" dual row combo beam. Custom made mount. The mount is from 3/16 steel and serves as a windshield frame guard too. Has a set or Lower light/mirror mounts too. Anyone interested in a mount let me know ill put you in contact with the shop. He said 150 installed for the light mount/windshield guard.
That's beast!
04-22-2013 02:18 AM
kjg26 I'm trying figure out how I want to run my wires. Ill let everyone know asap
04-22-2013 02:11 AM
GoldenEagle I just read a 34 page forum thread on them at another place, just let me know what you think haha
04-22-2013 12:56 AM
GoldenEagle I googled that LED light bar, What can YOU tell me about it??

I hear there cheap and have good quality? where did you order, what do you think?
Can i get some night shots
?
04-21-2013 11:53 PM
kjg26 Attachment 239343


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Hanma 50" dual row combo beam. Custom made mount. The mount is from 3/16 steel and serves as a windshield frame guard too. Has a set or Lower light/mirror mounts too. Anyone interested in a mount let me know ill put you in contact with the shop. He said 150 installed for the light mount/windshield guard.
04-21-2013 12:40 AM
genesbro
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Originally Posted by OhSixTJ View Post
Theyre nice. HID or standard bulbs?
Standard bulbs, 100 watts each and I sure do love the way they light up the night.
04-20-2013 06:03 PM
OhSixTJ Photoshop!
04-20-2013 05:35 PM
bmbillups
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Originally Posted by kbwwolf View Post
Only a pair of Rigid LEDs up front, and fogs built into my rear bumper, which is awesome for backing up in the woods. I've got a pair of Rigid D2s to put on the front, but don't wanna install em till I hook up my winch.



How did you get the beams to show in the first picture?
04-20-2013 05:26 PM
wranglerbob1 Any problems with glare off hood with windshield mounts?
04-19-2013 11:55 PM
OhSixTJ
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Originally Posted by genesbro View Post
Here they are in the daylight.
Theyre nice. HID or standard bulbs?
04-18-2013 03:13 PM
Smythe86 I've got 2 windshield mounted piaa 540 watts with kc mounting brackets. They work phenomenally.
04-17-2013 11:04 PM
GoldenEagle
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Originally Posted by JPi4.0 View Post
Rock lights.
What kind and size?

Looks cool and very usefull
04-17-2013 08:26 PM
AllMudd 4 Rigid Series Duallys with two KC Daylighters. Definitely like the Rigid better. Here is a night shot with just headlights and KCs then all with Rigid.
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