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Old 10-17-2009, 01:31 PM   #1
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Anyone running Pro Comp 130 Lights?

I was wondering if anyone was running the Pro Comp 130 Series 8" lights. I was running Hella 500's, but wanted to go to something else and sold them. Are the Pro Comp lights pretty good? I am looking at going with an 8" lights, but not looking to spend a fortune on new lights. Thanks!!
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No one? :-(
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Old 10-17-2009, 03:28 PM   #3
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I dont think the pro comps are a very good brand for lights, the ones ive seen are cheap.
for lights spending a few extra bucks is worth the quality you will get. check out the lightforce lights.
hella makes a bigger version of the 500s...they are the 700s.
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Love the LightForce lights, but the pricing on them are really expensive. I can't see spending $200 on a pair of Lancers and then have to buy the wiring harness also. I also am looking at the KC Daylighters. AutoAnything has them for $108 a set.
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they are pretty bright. i had a buddy with a first gen with 2 pair.
Im just not a fan of the meta/chrome housing.
and making your own wiring harnes is alot cheaper than buying one pre packaged
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I have a set of KC Daylighters. I'm replacing them in the spring with 2 sets of KCs that I'm getting for free.
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I have a set of KC Daylighters. I'm replacing them in the spring with 2 sets of KCs that I'm getting for free.
Do you like the Daylighters? What KC lights are you going to?
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Do you like the Daylighters? What KC lights are you going to?
I like them. They work well for my needs. I think the new ones are Daylighters, but I'm not 100% sure. My cousin is currently doing an SAS and other various things, so come spring, he's getting a new custom bumper and giving me his current custom bumper and his 4 KC Daylighters. So I'm replacing mine since his are newer and in better condition compared to mine. He likes his a lot, but he's replacing his with some new concept that his buddy has developed I think.
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I like them. They work well for my needs. I think the new ones are Daylighters, but I'm not 100% sure. My cousin is currently doing an SAS and other various things, so come spring, he's getting a new custom bumper and giving me his current custom bumper and his 4 KC Daylighters. So I'm replacing mine since his are newer and in better condition compared to mine. He likes his a lot, but he's replacing his with some new concept that his buddy has developed I think.
So you are going from one pair of DAylighters to 2 pairs of DAylighters?
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So you are going from one pair of DAylighters to 2 pairs of DAylighters?
Yep. My cousin's 2 pairs are in better condition than mine and he's offered them to me, so I said I'd take them off his hands.
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Yep. My cousin's 2 pairs are in better condition than mine and he's offered them to me, so I said I'd take them off his hands.
Are you running relays to your current Daylighters? I was looking on AutoAnything and it looks like they sell two types of kits. The one kit is $108, but doesn't look like it comes with a relay and has a DIY wiring kit. The other kit is $134 and it comes with a relay and a preterminated wiring harness.
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I believe mine have the relay and a preterminated wiring harness, but I'm not 100% since they were already installed when I bought my truck. Mine's a 1st gen too, just an FYI.
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I was wondering if anyone was running the Pro Comp 130 Series 8" lights. I was running Hella 500's, but wanted to go to something else and sold them. Are the Pro Comp lights pretty good? I am looking at going with an 8" lights, but not looking to spend a fortune on new lights. Thanks!!
,Yep..I've been using 2 for over a year now.For $40 they put out a good amount of light.
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arent they sold as singles, not as a pair?
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I have the 6" Pro Comp 100W lights on mine. I like them. They are very bright. They happen to have a blue ring around the lens that matches my SWB.
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arent they sold as singles, not as a pair?
As far as i know,they're sold separate.
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