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Old 03-01-2016, 09:08 AM
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How many led light bars until you have to dual battery or probelms?

I'm looking to get a 52" LED light bar. I have 3 sets of rigid dually lights (2 in front, 1 in bumper). And I have hid projector headlights. How many lights are recommended until I need a dual battery or higher alternator. Thanks

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Old 03-01-2016, 09:25 AM
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Maybe an sPod would help to clean up the wiring? I am also running a warm winch.

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It's going to take more lights than anyone could possibly fit on a jeep to require dual batteries or a bigger alternator. These LEDs pull much less than the incandescent lights of years past.
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It's going to take more lights than anyone could possibly fit on a jeep to require dual batteries or a bigger alternator. These LEDs pull much less than the incandescent lights of years past.
Yup. I hear led cubes (rigid dually's) pull less power than your blinkers
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It's going to take more lights than anyone could possibly fit on a jeep to require dual batteries or a bigger alternator. These LEDs pull much less than the incandescent lights of years past.
Awesome, would an sPod help clean things up?
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Awesome, would an sPod help clean things up?
yes. I have a sPod and love it. Easy to install and makes hooking up lights a snap.
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yes. I have a sPod and love it. Easy to install and makes hooking up lights a snap.
Okay great! Thank you!

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