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Old 08-19-2011, 03:34 PM   #1
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Vision X vs Rigid Industries

I've seen some threads when I searched...but nothing recent. Went to both of their sites and they seem like quality stuff.

Any recent experiences? I was planning to put some PIAA 510's on my N-fab, but may look at some LED's instead.
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LEDs are great they are both quality companies and they draw way less power than standard HIDs even. Vision X actually makes the pro comp lights if your looking for a price break. you can get bars from both companies with custom lenses so that there narrow beam in the center and flood on the edges or whatever you want it to be.
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This was beat to death a month or so ago. I don't have a link to the thread.
We have some a bit of side by side tests and the Rigid is the brightest.

HERE is a comparison on some brands.

Here's a video test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-B5DLyDICtc
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I'll be getting the rigid industries bar sometime in the near future.
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I have the rigid industries Dually D2's in my bumper and i love them
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I have the rigid industries Dually D2's in my bumper and i love them
OK, that was my next post..

http://www.rigidindustries.com/D2-p/d2.htm

Looking at these too. Where in your bumper? Beam patterns are diffused, driving and wide. Wouldn't diffused and wide kinda be the same?

Which beam pattern do you have?
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