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Old 10-19-2012, 06:41 PM   #41
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Here is my setup. They are all Rigid Industries LED light bars

40" E-series up top
10" Spectre SR-series in hood scoop
(4) Dually D2s and 20" E-series behind grill
30" E-series in bumper

First, HOLY SHEEYUT! Second, night pics or gtfo. Third, that looks amazing and very tasteful.
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Old 10-19-2012, 06:43 PM   #42
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Here is my setup. They are all Rigid Industries LED light bars

40" E-series up top
10" Spectre SR-series in hood scoop
(4) Dually D2s and 20" E-series behind grill
30" E-series in bumper

I want to see a night picture with that
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:00 AM   #44
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I bet that light bar on the roof glares off the hood badly. Unless he has it set back far enough that it is cutoff by the roof.
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:07 AM   #45
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id go with blitzpro. 159 for a 21 inch bar. no crazy lumen output but for the price its pretty hard to beat.
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:15 AM   #46
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:17 AM   #47
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Here is my setup. They are all Rigid Industries LED light bars

40" E-series up top
10" Spectre SR-series in hood scoop
(4) Dually D2s and 20" E-series behind grill
30" E-series in bumper

Jurrasic Park anyone
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:19 AM   #48
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If someone cuts you off in traffic, you don't catch their hair on fire do you? I bet you can make it look like the sun is coming up!
Man, my 20" is too bright to look back at if its on. All those...
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Old 10-20-2012, 12:39 PM   #49
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Well after looking around, I might get the 21" bar from blitzpro. I know not a ton of light, but I don't need a ton of light.
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:41 PM   #50
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The 21s puts out more than enough light for everyone who is not racing lol. If need more light add more lol WOOT!
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:53 PM   #51
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Here is my setup. They are all Rigid Industries LED light bars

40" E-series up top
10" Spectre SR-series in hood scoop
(4) Dually D2s and 20" E-series behind grill
30" E-series in bumper

does anyone else feel like he may be afraid of the dark?
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Old 10-20-2012, 07:54 PM   #52
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Here are the pics, and no I am not afraid of the dark... I just like lights and 12volt electrical plus I wanted to build something different than anything I had ever seen before. Call it a waste, but hey, that is why we all buy our own trucks and build them the way we want not to someone else's standards or ideals.
The pictures done't really do the Rigid lights justice though as to how bright they are. The other really nice thing about the Rigids is how focused they are.

Now, I used to have Lightforce 170 Strykers with the HID upgrade on my old TJ and those definitely threw the light farther but they were no where neat as focused. I just did not want a 9" tall light on the truck and the Rigids fit nicely in the areas I put them.

Thanks for all the compliments and those that don't like it... eh.... Who cares.

High beams on only.



40" bar only. There is no glare from either the roof light or the hood light at all. You have more glare from opposing traffic with their headlights on. These lights are more focused than any standard light out there whether Hella, PIAA, KC, etc.



All the Rigid lights on





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Old 10-20-2012, 07:57 PM   #53
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Here are the pics, and no I am not afraid of the dark... I just like lights and 12volt electrical plus I wanted to build something different than anything I had ever seen before. Call it a waste, but hey, that is why we all buy our own trucks and build them the way we want not to someone else's standards or ideals.
The pictures done't really do the Rigid lights justice though as to how bright they are. The other really nice thing about the Rigids is how focused they are.

Now, I used to have Lightforce 170 Strykers with the HID upgrade on my old TJ and those definitely threw the light farther but they were no where neat as focused. I just did not want a 9" tall light on the truck and the Rigids fit nicely in the areas I put them.

Thanks for all the compliments and those that don't like it... eh.... Who cares.

High beams on only.



40" bar only. There is no glare from either the roof light or the hood light at all. You have more glare from opposing traffic with their headlights on



All the Rigid lights on





Pretty friggin sweet man. Looks cool with them all on
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Here are the pics, and no I am not afraid of the dark... I just like lights and 12volt electrical plus I wanted to build something different than anything I had ever seen before. Call it a waste, but hey, that is why we all buy our own trucks and build them the way we want not to someone else's standards or ideals.
The pictures done't really do the Rigid lights justice though as to how bright they are. The other really nice thing about the Rigids is how focused they are.

Now, I used to have Lightforce 170 Strykers with the HID upgrade on my old TJ and those definitely threw the light farther but they were no where neat as focused. I just did not want a 9" tall light on the truck and the Rigids fit nicely in the areas I put them.

Thanks for all the compliments and those that don't like it... eh.... Who cares.

High beams on only.



40" bar only. There is no glare from either the roof light or the hood light at all. You have more glare from opposing traffic with their headlights on. These lights are more focused than any standard light out there whether Hella, PIAA, KC, etc.



All the Rigid lights on





OMG! <3
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The 21s puts out more than enough light for everyone who is not racing lol. If need more light add more lol WOOT!
True I've been thinking though. I would probably go with the 15D
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Here are the pics, and no I am not afraid of the dark... I just like lights and 12volt electrical plus I wanted to build something different than anything I had ever seen before. Call it a waste, but hey, that is why we all buy our own trucks and build them the way we want not to someone else's standards or ideals.
The pictures done't really do the Rigid lights justice though as to how bright they are. The other really nice thing about the Rigids is how focused they are.

Now, I used to have Lightforce 170 Strykers with the HID upgrade on my old TJ and those definitely threw the light farther but they were no where neat as focused. I just did not want a 9" tall light on the truck and the Rigids fit nicely in the areas I put them.

Thanks for all the compliments and those that don't like it... eh.... Who cares.

High beams on only.



40" bar only. There is no glare from either the roof light or the hood light at all. You have more glare from opposing traffic with their headlights on. These lights are more focused than any standard light out there whether Hella, PIAA, KC, etc.



All the Rigid lights on






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That amount of light would prob just make zombies burn right up. I like!!!
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That is all kinds of awesome!!
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