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CaptainMorgann 04-25-2013 10:09 AM

Lights!
 
Has anyone on here bought a pair of kc Apollo pro lights 100 watt? Are they good is there other lights that are better and not as expensive?

MFsoftball22 04-25-2013 11:31 AM

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Originally Posted by CaptainMorgann (Post 3680917)
Has anyone on here bought a pair of kc Apollo pro lights 100 watt? Are they good is there other lights that are better and not as expensive?

I have the 2 pair of the Apollo Pro Series 100W Long Range and a pair of the Apollo Pro Series 100W Driving Lights. They are excellent lights for the price and installation was a breeze considering they came with all the wiring harness, relay, switches, etc. I have my driving lights mounted in the fog light spots on my bumper and use them at night and they work great. I also have a pair mounted on windshield mounts and the apex of my Smittybuilt SRC bumper. They def light up the way. I had some KC 6" Daylighters on my 2001 Ram and i dont think the Apollo's are quite as bright but I am in no way disappointed with my Apollo lights. They look good, work good, and were well worth the money.:thumb:

Jeffreybomb 04-25-2013 12:53 PM

I have the fog light versions installed and I'm really happy with them. They're solid, well-built lights with a good deal of length in the wiring. The relay plugs are strong enough that I don't worry about them falling out while bouncing around.

I've got the long range driving lights waiting to be installed. I'm going to be putting them onto windshield hinge mounts. Can't wait to get them on!

Alphadawg 04-25-2013 01:02 PM

Can you just replace the stock lights with these or do you have to rewire anything?

MFsoftball22 04-25-2013 02:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Alphadawg (Post 3681578)
Can you just replace the stock lights with these or do you have to rewire anything?

Im not really sure how much the stock fog lamps pull or what ga. wires they use. From personal experience (had KC lights on 2001 Ram melt wires and heard of friends melting switches) I would use the wiring system that is provided in the kit. Simple installation, just have to run wires and that just takes some time. Using the wiring harness, switch, fuse and relay that was provided i have never had a problem.


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