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Jeepin Dave 02-28-2012 02:36 PM

LED Off Road Lights
 
Have heard great things about LED off road lights. These are a series of small cubes (maybe an inch) with a light in the center of each cube.
Who makes these?
Costs?
How do they really compare to traditional lights?
Any issues attaching to a front bumper?

CactusRed 02-28-2012 02:45 PM

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Dually

They are the Dually series from Rigid Industries.

The small ones aren't that bright. Take a look at them on the Householder TT - photo from this years Parker 425. They do offer good foreground fill like a fog light.

4fit 02-28-2012 02:47 PM

Yup, Rigid Duallys. The regular Duallys are pretty damn bright if you ask me. But if you want more output, you can step up to the Rigid Dually D2, which uses six LEDs instead of 4.

CactusRed 02-28-2012 04:09 PM

I guess I should clarify my definition of bright - I run four Light Force 170 HID's on the Power Wagon, the outside two canted out about 20 degrees with the wide filters, the middle two as spots.

By that definition, the LED's don't put out much light. :thumb:

zuber 02-28-2012 04:16 PM

I have the dually's on my JK. The 4LED sytem. They are bright and easy to install. I know they should last a long time. I have them on windshield mounts and will probably move them to the bumper.

MrSig 02-29-2012 05:47 AM

I need great fog light do to the rain and fog we have in South Florida I use to have the PIAA's 85 Watt yellow Ion and I thought they where the best.
http://www.aaof.us/images/wp101113.JPG

Now I have the Yellow fog Dually series from Rigid Industries and I can't be leave how much better and brighter they are.
http://photos1.colony1.net/11452/gal.../4wp021244.jpg

http://photos1.colony1.net/11452/gal...ge/c111150.JPG

Daniel_M 02-29-2012 09:16 AM

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Originally Posted by CactusRed (Post 2084309)
I guess I should clarify my definition of bright - I run four Light Force 170 HID's on the Power Wagon, the outside two canted out about 20 degrees with the wide filters, the middle two as spots.

By that definition, the LED's don't put out much light. :thumb:

Your set up better be brighter than Dually's, it costs a ton more and they are bigger lights. Really apples and oranges if you ask me. Now if you are talking same price range as what you paid for your LF set up then I would think a Rigid LED set up would have you beat IMO.

OP the tiny Dually's are 1300 lumens EACH and come in Spot, Flood and Diffused. I have 2 Dually's on my windshield and they are hella bright. They are 15 watts each and only draw 1 amp each so versus traditional halogen lights LEDs are brighter and more efficient. Both HID and LED are leaps and bounds better than halogen IMO.

My .02

-Dan

JeepAddOns-Chris 02-29-2012 10:06 AM

I run a Vision-X bar currently and will be running their Tantrum rock lights. Love their quality.

http://www.visionxusa.com/images/LRG...10_catalog.jpg

fireron 02-29-2012 10:30 AM

Look at Baja Design lights also. They have been more into buggies, bikes, bicycles and ATVs but are getting more involved in 4x4s also. They have some unique lights that include a single led that has a switch and is very small. Great for under the hood use.

CapnRich22 02-29-2012 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by JeepAddOns-Chris (Post 2087093)
I run a Vision-X bar currently and will be running their Tantrum rock lights. Love their quality.

http://www.visionxusa.com/images/LRG...10_catalog.jpg

thats what i have also


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