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post #556 of 660 Old 08-27-2013, 08:19 PM
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Will they support you after the sale?

Also think about what happens if you have issues with your lights. Will they stand behind them if you have problems? Do they have a warranty, or are you stuck with the 30 day return limit, etc, etc.


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post #557 of 660 Old 08-27-2013, 11:57 PM
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Also think about what happens if you have issues with your lights. Will they stand behind them if you have problems? Do they have a warranty, or are you stuck with the 30 day return limit, etc, etc.
Sounds like you're just trying to sell product.

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post #558 of 660 Old 08-28-2013, 11:38 AM
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Sweet looking rig ufuentes!

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I am running a 50" Double row & the 6LED driving lights from them.. these are great!





also installed in my rear bumber a pair of the 4 led driving lights


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I think he was replying to the post about dhgate.com That place seems shady.
XJMike, you are correct. My only point is that there are trade-offs to everything and each individual needs to make their own buying decision based on what is important to them. That decision is based on many things...quality of product, price, availability and lead time, and customer service. To some, it's all about price, and there's nothing wrong with that, but there could be trade-offs with that.

To correct IEcrawlerTJ01's incorrect assumptions .
  1. We do not sell Hanma lights.
  2. We have a 1 year warranty, not 30 days.
  3. We do provide a "No-Worry 30 day Inspection period" whereby if you don't like the lights for ANY reason, we will take them back and even pay for return shipping. We also pay for return shipping on an warranty issues for 1 year. And even after that, we'll do what we can to keep you happy in the unlikely event something goes wrong.

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http://www.sammoon.com.cn/products/2...ar-sm-936.html

Just thought I'd share this, not sure if anyone else has any feedback on the manufacturer, but they look legit? Someone with greater understanding of all this feel free to share/clarify, I just want a 20" for in between my front tow hooks.

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Just something to consider. That light only has one point of mounting. I purchased two of the many pods that mountain a similar fashion. On mine the bracket mounted to the back of the Pod by sliding between some grooves and has one very small bolt attaches the bracket to the light. One of my lights broke at that bracket rendering it useless. The other light as well as a replacement have been fine. Just thought you would like to know.

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Just something to consider. That light only has one point of mounting. I purchased two of the many pods that mountain a similar fashion. On mine the bracket mounted to the back of the Pod by sliding between some grooves and has one very small bolt attaches the bracket to the light. One of my lights broke at that bracket rendering it useless. The other light as well as a replacement have been fine. Just thought you would like to know.
Thats why I got the model I did because I'm gonna mount them on windshield brackets and needed a single mounting point.

And I got SPOT beam so hopefully wont have as much glare on my hood

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A nine inch seems like it will be huge on the windshield a pillar. I know the six and seven inch round lights are massive at least in my opinion. I have the two by two pods on mine in spot variety and they are perfect

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It will be coming out four and a half inches in either direction from the center point of your windshield mount . That just seems like a lot to me. I feel like it would be sticking out in the wind

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It will be coming out four and a half inches in either direction from the center point of your windshield mount . That just seems like a lot to me. I feel like it would be sticking out in the wind

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A nine inch seems like it will be huge on the windshield a pillar. I know the six and seven inch round lights are massive at least in my opinion. I have the two by two pods on mine in spot variety and they are perfect
With the mount you can slide the mounting point in either direction. I mocked the one up he had and I didnt think it looked bad, didnt come near to stickin out as far as my mirror either, which was my concern.

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Post up some pics when you get em mounted! Other concer would be the leverage that would be placed on the bracket with a large portion of the light off to one side. My bracket was plastic maybe those are metal and will be less of a concern. Like I said, lets see some pics when you got it all done! Good luck!

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Mounted a 21" bar on my F-250. I modified a Rigid mount for it to fit.


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Part of my newest order came in today. Still waiting on a couple more boxes.





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I'm interested to see some light output pictures.

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Part of my newest order came in today. Still waiting on a couple more boxes.
How long is that bar?

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