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Tundrapart light bar

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by supralight, May 2, 2011.

  1. supralight

    supralight [OP] Well-Known Member

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    What's up with this light bar? I've not seen anything about this light bar on TW, though, I find it looks good, it's larger than the N-Fab light bar.

    Also, lights come with it if you look at the website - Edit: ok reading again, I don't think so.

    Any review good/bad of this bar? And any reason why we only see N-Fab on TW and not this one? Good buy? Thank you.

    http://tundrapart.com/lightbars/tacoma-light-bar/
     
  2. PLC721

    PLC721 Well-Known Member

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    4 lights and a light bar for 200 bucks? i doubt the lights have much to offer
     
  3. supralight

    supralight [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Yes, but the N-Fab is 165$, not much cheaper...

    I don't really have an interest in the furnished lights, it's just that I find the Tundrapart fits better the front of the truck (could be wrong)...

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    1TUFFTRD WTF

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    Looks pretty good to me
     
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    eccracer104 >Insert Clever Title Here<

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    I prefer the look of the Nfab over this one.
     
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    Last time I checked... Off road lights were for WHEELING which is done away from street lights and oncoming traffic.
    I am cool, and do not seek your approval;)
     
  7. supralight

    supralight [OP] Well-Known Member

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    No problem about that, though, my truck is also one of my daily drivers, so wathever happens, it will always mainly be on-roads even if I was to off-road once a week.

    Also, If I am to pay 200 bucks for a bar, why wouldn't I get the best one?

    That is mainly what I am asking for. I might find the TundraPart prettier, if ppl tells me that the N-Fab is a better bar, I'll still go for the N-Fab. Please comment.
     
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    "Offers the complete light bar system where you can order the light bar, fog lamps, relay wiring kit, and switch package."

    I'm assuming you have to purchase the lights separately. I could be wrong...

    Then again, after reading it a third time, I'm still not sure. Their page sure isn't top notch.
     
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    supralight [OP] Well-Known Member

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    ^ another nice option, thanks for the head's up.
     
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