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Old 12-24-2017, 08:18 PM
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Most Useful Aux Lights?

Ok, first off I am thinking about adding a couple of lights so recommendations would be great but mostly I just want to hear about your experience. When you're out there on the road, or off it, what lights that you have added do you use the most and why?

As I'm wrapping up my build I'm considering some relatively cheap halogen circle lights on the bumper. Parts of the year it gets dark extremely early and I'd like the option to widen my field of view if I ever happen to be making my way back to civilization after sun down. I have Mopar led headlights and fogs already. I feel like a couple of circle lights will blend in well with the rest of the build and won't cost very much so now I just have to figure out what brand and which beam pattern. I'm mostly interested in seeing more to the left and right so I figured a diffused or flood light would be best but I can't seem to find very many lights like that, almost all are spot or driving pattern so maybe I'm missing something?

I have tried googling it but all I can find is pictures of Jeeps with lights from the perspective of someone looking at the Jeep which is ridiculous because we all already know what that looks like, it looks like a picture of a Jeep with big blinding white spots where the lights are. I can't find very many pictures at all of the lights in use in any meaningful way and from conversations I've started it seems like most people just get them for looks. So I'm here talking to people who actually use them, what situations call for additional lights and what lights help you the most?

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I have a 20" bar and 2 cubes up front, rarely use them.
I have 2 6" bars in back, they're great for backing up and for setting up camp behind the Jeep.
I have quite a few rock lights, they're great when working under the Jeep in the dark.

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I’ve used my KC gravity pro 6 light bar at night. Between that and LED high beams on I was grateful for it running Panther Rock at Windrock at night in the pitch black. Was useful out on the trail at night helping a buddy fix his broke Jeep on the trail when we ended up out later than expected. That being said a light under the hood would’ve been useful then too! If I can find pics I’ll post them but pretty sure none of us were thinking of that at the time.


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When we did a night run over Engineer Pass last summer I most appreciated my PIAA driving lights. I also had PIAA fog lights, PIAA A pillar lights all along with the JW Speaker Headlights. The headlights and driving lights made it feel like daytime. At least while driving straight ahead.
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I have found my need for light comes up most often when I am least expecting it. Typically that has been when plans go south and you're caught somewhere at a time you didn't think would happen. Those instances I've used both my hood 20" single row and the bumper 20" double row led and still wanted a little more. I plan on adding some rigid side shooters and maybe a light bar up top (thinking radiance from rigid). As for other lights I have and use a lot: rock lights (KC Cyclones), underhood work lights, and red footwell led lights that activate with the dimmer. The footwell lights are perfect because they give just enough light to something on the floor (like when something rolls off the dash onto the floor) without it blinding you to the road at night.
The rock lights have been amazing in all kinds of situations. Pouring down rain and pitch black night, jacking up the Jeep in the snow, simple situations when I've working underneath and wanted more light and setting up camp in the dark. My lights have a magnet (25#) that lets me move them about a little. I love this mod.

The light under the hood is vital. You don't have one otherwise. It takes up one of my spod hookups, but it is worth it.


This was one of the trials I was running and got caught at night. We had a lot of light in front of us, but not enough off to the sides. I highly recommend a rechargeable spotlight for any off road adventure.


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My use is for driving to/from work on about 25 miles of country highway. If it is wild, I probably have a chance to see it on the road. Here in the Cheyenne area, antelope are the biggest obstacle. I have a 50" to light up the sides alone with high beam. I used to have 10* spots that were focused on the ditches. But recently, I had a herd of antelope in the middle of the highway and realized that I needed more light downrange. I went with RI HyperSpots. Their 5* pattern does an easy 1/4 mile eye lighting up. Plus with the tight beam, I am not blinded by the light reflecting by the road signs.

With 26,020 advertised lumes plus the LED headlights, the front end is covered.

Rear lights would be helpful when camping, it is a low priority right now.

For working on the Jeep I have a LED stick with a magnetic personality. It has a octagon shape so I aim it while putting it on the ground and a hook to hang it. After getting the HyperSPots and had the 10* cubes left over, I made a 20ft cable with out of a cube harness and a spliced 4pin trailer plug onto it. Took a piece of scrap wood and put on steel L-brackets that I flattened. Then using the cube's bracket with a magnet 3M stuck on it, could use them anywhere for road work or even stick them under the hood. I sold the setup, but I think I might do it again with some cheapo cubes or a mini bar.

I was thinking of rock lights, but anything where mud would go on them is useless to me. The country mile of dirt road takes care of that haha.


Here are the hypers at about 50'. Just remember that most of the cubes have the same rated lumens, but change the beam pattern. The wider the beam the less bright they will seem because it is spread out. If you have a MagLight, rotate the head and you see what I mean. Also, the pattern is round, not cut off like headlights. There will be some wasted light that the top of the pattern will be lighting up. Then the bottom of the pattern will be hitting the road. Mounting them higher will reduce the effect but not by much. My 50" is a spot/flood combo. When face of it is vertically leveled, the hood is lit up and it starts at the washer nozzles and goes forward. With the bedlined hood, it is not a big deal. But when it was silver, it was quite distracting.
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So I will assume your Jeep is not the one in the picture since you are asking about lights. I do a lot of off roading when we take our trips out west. Colorado in the summer and Arizona desert in the winter. I have Truck Lites Brand LED headlights and they are great, a 52” Rigid combo light bar on my roof rack facing forward, two Rigid cubes on each side along with four in the rear, two up high and two straight back. This setup does a great job off road and I am very happy with it. I do plan to add more forward and side lighting as well as some rock lights. All said my Jeep is used about 70% off road and we do a lot of return trips to the pavement at night. My wife and I both enjoy the outdoors and we both do a lot of prospecting in the desert. This is the primary use of my Jeep. The attached photo kind of shows the lighting at night.
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I have a 50 inch bar, two pods up front and 2 in the rear. I use them all the time due to where I live in new jersey. honestly. upgrade your headlights/foglights and go from there...
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I have a 50 inch bar, two pods up front and 2 in the rear. I use them all the time due to where I live in new jersey. honestly. upgrade your headlights/foglights and go from there...
I upgraded from stock to the Mopar leds, heard they were really good. I'm thinking about some round foods for the front and when I get my new rear bumper/tire carrier a couple of those little led cubes with flood beams mounted on that.
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I had a 21” LED bar on my bumper and four side shooters (2 on each side) they were all very helpful but not super practical for my daily driver. I recently went back to a stock setup and I’m going to upgrade headlights and fogs and go from there. I’ll tell you what, my LED bar was used the most since the stock lights blow and it was great. Just got sick of the look. Probably will just end up going back to either single bar above the windshield we’ll see.


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So I will assume your Jeep is not the one in the picture since you are asking about lights. I do a lot of off roading when we take our trips out west. Colorado in the summer and Arizona desert in the winter. I have Truck Lites Brand LED headlights and they are great, a 52” Rigid combo light bar on my roof rack facing forward, two Rigid cubes on each side along with four in the rear, two up high and two straight back. This setup does a great job off road and I am very happy with it. I do plan to add more forward and side lighting as well as some rock lights. All said my Jeep is used about 70% off road and we do a lot of return trips to the pavement at night. My wife and I both enjoy the outdoors and we both do a lot of prospecting in the desert. This is the primary use of my Jeep. The attached photo kind of shows the lighting at night.
In the desert at night does it help you more to be able to see further out or to have a wider part illuminated closer in?

I just assumed it would do the most good to have flood/work lights that showed you a very wide area in front of you and rely on the highbeams for visibility directly in front. I just couldn't find anything like that. Everything seems to be a fog/driving beam almost if most of these are used on city streets.
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When we did a night run over Engineer Pass last summer I most appreciated my PIAA driving lights. I also had PIAA fog lights, PIAA A pillar lights all along with the JW Speaker Headlights. The headlights and driving lights made it feel like daytime. At least while driving straight ahead.
Which model driving lights did you get? Did you ever feel like you weren't getting enough light on the sides? Like for ditches or shoulders of very narrow roads?
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I have found my need for light comes up most often when I am least expecting it. Typically that has been when plans go south and you're caught somewhere at a time you didn't think would happen. Those instances I've used both my hood 20" single row and the bumper 20" double row led and still wanted a little more. I plan on adding some rigid side shooters and maybe a light bar up top (thinking radiance from rigid). As for other lights I have and use a lot: rock lights (KC Cyclones), underhood work lights, and red footwell led lights that activate with the dimmer. The footwell lights are perfect because they give just enough light to something on the floor (like when something rolls off the dash onto the floor) without it blinding you to the road at night.
The rock lights have been amazing in all kinds of situations. Pouring down rain and pitch black night, jacking up the Jeep in the snow, simple situations when I've working underneath and wanted more light and setting up camp in the dark. My lights have a magnet (25#) that lets me move them about a little. I love this mod.

The light under the hood is vital. You don't have one otherwise. It takes up one of my spod hookups, but it is worth it.


This was one of the trials I was running and got caught at night. We had a lot of light in front of us, but not enough off to the sides. I highly recommend a rechargeable spotlight for any off road adventure.


Hope this helps in some way. Good luck on your choices!


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Wow, those rock lights look super handy. I can definitely see how they would be useful on occasion. How easy were they to install? All the undercarriage lights I've seen until now have been goofy LED strips that light up blue or something. Thes are definitely neat though. Hood light is a good idea too.
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Which model driving lights did you get? Did you ever feel like you weren't getting enough light on the sides? Like for ditches or shoulders of very narrow roads?
I have PIAA LED LP530 in the bumper for fog lights, PIAA LP550 on the A pillars. They can be aimed to the sides to widen your vision for ditches and shoulders. The PIAA LP570 driving lights are mounted on the bumper with the JW Speaker 8700 Evolution J Headlights.
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Which model driving lights did you get? Did you ever feel like you weren't getting enough light on the sides? Like for ditches or shoulders of very narrow roads?
I have PIAA LED LP530 in the bumper for fog lights, LP550 on the A pillars. They can be aimed to the sides to widen your vision. The LP570 driving lights are mounted on the bumper with the JW Speaker 8700 Evolution J Headlights.
Nice, I'll probably pick those driving lights up when I have the cash handy. A little more than the halogen kits I was eyeing. Already have fogs. Think those and a set of Rugged Ridge rock lights could be plenty for me. I pack light and don't really "set up camp" so the rear lights could be handy for backing up but they'll have to wait. I mostly just want to go out west to the desert but even when I don't get that far it's always hot and my Catoma tent, alcohol stove/pan kit and my pack are all I need to comfortably camp for 4-5 days.
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Nice, I'll probably pick those driving lights up when I have the cash handy. A little more than the halogen kits I was eyeing. Already have fogs. Think those and a set of Rugged Ridge rock lights could be plenty for me. I pack light and don't really "set up camp" so the rear lights could be handy for backing up but they'll have to wait. I mostly just want to go out west to the desert but even when I don't get that far it's always hot and my Catoma tent, alcohol stove/pan kit and my pack are all I need to comfortably camp for 4-5 days.
I do a lot of boondock camping so I have under hood lights, auxiliary backup lights. Winch lights. Lots of interior lights. Lights under each door. Lights in the rear compartment and even on the rear tailgate window. Lights on the rear fold down tailgate table. Of course everything is LED.
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My headlights and tail lights are JW Speakers, with KC lazer floods on the front, I also have a 12" single row light bar on the rear EVO fascia for back up lights. Just recently I added a spare rocklight to the interior rear to light the cargo area and another two under the hood



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Wow, those rock lights look super handy. I can definitely see how they would be useful on occasion. How easy were they to install? All the undercarriage lights I've seen until now have been goofy LED strips that light up blue or something. Thes are definitely neat though. Hood light is a good idea too.


I put a magnet on the back of each one so install/positioning is easy. I had to fab the wiring harness myself to get exactly what I wanted. That being said they offer a kit that has the harness and switch. You can easily lengthen each attachment site to accommodate your particular needs if you so desired. I've had a light or two pulled off the mount location (from sagebrush) and it just hangs there instead of ripping the whole harness to shreds.


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I mounted a pair of ARB 7 inch LED Intensity Flood Lights on my light bar.

Not cheap, but probably one of the most fun mods, after upgrading my sound system, that I've done. Obviously for off-road use only, but I usually can get away with running them the last mile or two before I get home. Over the Labor Day weekend we were in some remote areas of southeastern Oregon, so I got to run them on highway there as well. You get used to them pretty fast.

I'm thinking about getting a pair of cube LEDs to light up the sides.

Running trails at night is a very different experience from the day. The more light the better.

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To answer your questions about night driving in the desert off road I have both flood and long range lighting and both have their advantages. All my perimeter lights and rear lights are flood and my light bar is a combo beam. For my application they work great. I do plan to add rock lights and some additional perimeter lighting for night clean up. Like I said we do a lot of prospecting and I like to stretch my daylight into the night and I don’t like picking up creepy crawlers.
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Just to add two cents from an experience I had recently here in Las Vegas. Night run with about 25 Jeeps and it was dusty. Very dusty. My friend says Vegas is where water goes to die.

The best lights I had were my fog lights. I turned off everything else. As soon as I hit the switch on the sPod is was blind time.

So, have something just in case you are not in the lead because in those conditions my fogs were the lights that worked best. Oh, I have factory LED fogs.
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This is the video I found on YouTube that showed me the way I wanted to set my lights up on my rig.


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I get a lot of compliments on my 50" LED light bar. But honestly, the most useful lights I have on my JKU and my Ram are some cheap LED fog lights that I wired up as backup lights. Not only to they allow me to see what's behind me at night, they warn idiots in parking lots that I'm backing up!
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My next mod is going to be a set of Rigid Side Shooters on KC side mounts. Question: I plan on a two way switch where I can turn them on independently, but I'd also like to have the ability to tie them into my high beams. Where is a good place to tap in, and what color is the wire for the high beams? Anybody? Thanks!
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