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Rigid Industries: 4 Duallys or 2 D2's?

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by 707tothe907, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. 707tothe907

    707tothe907 [OP] Superior Member

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    I want more light, and have money that needs spending. I currently have HID headlights and foglights, along with 3 7" Kragens.

    I just want to know what people think would be brighter, 4 duallys or 2 d2's.

    And pictures are always appreciated :)

    Also for specs: Dually throws 1300 lumens, while the D2 throws 2600 lumens.
     
  2. Icepuck72

    Icepuck72 Well-Known Member

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    I have the Dually's in amber as fog lights. They work really well. I couldn't justify the extra $'s for the D2's...but if you have the cash go for those. But the Duallys are really nice, too.
     
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    I vote D2's for sure, in the "driving beam" pattern. I currently have a pair installed but I got the "wide beam" pattern which was a mistake. I have two more pairs on order, driving beam. I am going to install all 6 in the front bumper. I am super happy with the D2 lights overall. They have a great color and they are surprisingly bright. I also have HID heads and fogs and the D2's complement them perfectly.
     
  4. sydwayz04

    sydwayz04 Well-Known Member

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    why not just get a 20" -30" light bar instead of a bunch of smaller ones (d-2's)
     
  5. Icepuck72

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    20" Rigid Bar is 700 bucks...30" is 1000. Pair of D2's is around 350 or so.
     
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