Originally Posted by Julesfools
I have 4 KC Daylighters on my windshield light bar and just bought 4 KC more hilites for my Smittybilt SRC bumper that comes in next week. The more lights the better in my case. I live in the panhandle of Florida and night wheeling is the main wheeling I do, the lights do cast shadows but they have more pros than cons in my opinion. The lights help with the long dirt roads, pitch black trails, and the crappy stock headlights my YJ has. Ive spent $180 altogether, getting them from CL cut the cost down alot.
89 wrangler sahara: waterproof everything!, ammo can lock boxes, reverse spot lights, Light bar (4 KCs), 2" body lift, rc 4" lift, flareless, Discoverer ATP 33x11.50s
Lights are a personal preference I installed mine because I won a set and I do love the way they look. I always get the comments do you have enough lights on the jeep, and I always respond not yet. You want to buy me another set.
I got a set of KCs for cheap. They are great. I live in a rural area and any extra light is nice to have. If you do any night driving on or off road they are a benefit. On road they are not legal but they still help. I wouldn’t pay full price for a set but f you can get a deal on them I would say get them.
01 TJ, 34 Super Swaper 34x10.5 bias, Winch, locked, belly up, some armor, 4.0, 5spd
I keep 2 fog lights up front, regularly i point them outwards towards the shoulders for driving back roads with deer and they come in handy as work lights or as the name implies when its foggy, 2 should be good up front. Im against wheeling at night because id rather be at camp relaxing
93 4.0l 5 spd, 33s 4" lift
I have a 2 sets of HID off road lights on my Jeep, along with the fogs and headlights on the Jeep, 1 set mounted up on the windshield mounts pointed out and down, and 1 set up front pointed up and down range. I really only use them when I head up to my cabin in upstate NY. No street lights, plus no traffic plus lots of deer and animals = lots of light for me to see them with. But in reality that is the only time I really use them, of course I have been using them more and more at night around the house to light up the yard when doing work and the sun setting at all of 4 in the afternoon, grrr!
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I am getting a 22" double row led light bar... I found a really good price and they are bright as hell... I am amazed how bright they are... I have a video of the light bar vs. 2 daylighters... its not even close... if yall wanna see the video or check out the light bars, let me know... im glad to help
Well considering most of them are illegal on the road. It'd be a waste to get some if you never wheel with it. But I have two navigators and two kc's which I got those for about $130. I got them just in case I needed them and the fact that they look good. But I do use them. If I'm going mudding or something at night ill always pop them on. I don't always use them, but I doubt there's anyone who goes wheeling every night and uses them. In my opinion they are worth it.
Originally Posted by ZCherokee4x4 View Post
I've done that a couple of times for a couple people. Really helped them see what they were doing.
1991 YJ: Daily Driver
1992 YJ: Pile of crap sitting in the garage.
The wife gave me a set of black diamonds for a gift. On my old cheorkee they really help 'fill in the space'.. Not really great for seeing great distances but I don't need to see that far in front of me anyways.
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