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Unread 10-21-2010, 12:49 AM   #1
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Rock Lights for a Lifetime

Finally we are here and ready to get you guys the Rock Lights you need. Both our Minime's and our Eons carry a Lifetime Warranty. 8 colors to choose from. 2 styles to choose from, Eons and Minimes.

Installation can be done in parallel. No more running each light back to a source. Just run the included 2 wire cable around your frame, tap each light into it, hook up the switch, fuse and give 'em some juice. No relay is needed. We can run a kit of 8 off a single 3 amp fuse.

Kit includes leds, horizontal & vertical stainless cases, self tapping screws, wiring, connectors, fuse & holder, and a lit switch.



Pic shows 6 of the Eons.


YouTube - MiniMe WaterTest

6 Minime's


2 Minime's as 3rd brake lights


4 Minime's tucked in the body mounts



Please visit our site for size and mount options. Jeep Forum discount code is JEEPFORUM. This is for 10% off all Skinny Pedal Products house products.
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Unread 10-21-2010, 06:56 AM   #2
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these would be great for late night oil changes!

nice work
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Unread 10-21-2010, 07:19 AM   #3
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I could see mounting some upwards into the engine and transmission and axle areas for work at night. Shining down like that would suck for maintenance.

Even some mounted in the engine bay to replace the factory light that some have and many don't.
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Unread 10-21-2010, 07:42 AM   #4
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Wholly freaking cow! I've seen trail lights before, but I love these, small, LED, low energy, bright light, compact (fits inside the body mount locations)!

And, affordable!

How long will the discount be available for? (Is this a limited time deal or something)...

I want the Eons, but the Mrs will take my manhood and toss it in a 7-eleven parking lot if I put this above other projects on my (her) list.
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Unread 10-21-2010, 09:24 AM   #5
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The JEEPFORUM code will remain in my system as long as I am a vendor. The sale that is going on right now will end in a month.
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Unread 10-21-2010, 11:06 AM   #6
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I could see mounting some upwards into the engine and transmission and axle areas for work at night. Shining down like that would suck for maintenance.

Even some mounted in the engine bay to replace the factory light that some have and many don't.
you read my friggin mind!!! My TJ has the under hood light... but we all know how useless those are... especially when your hood leans on the windshield frame
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Unread 10-21-2010, 11:12 AM   #7
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I'll grab some pics tonight. I went a little crazy with the ones on my rig. I have some in the usual areas and then some above the axles too. It looks great!! Also, other colors besides white show up a little better at night and are easier on the eyes. I have green and white on mine. You will see what I mean when I snap the pics.
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Are these effective as reverse lights at all? I definately will be needing some red ones as a 3rd brake light though once i get money.
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those are sick. i want them, but kinda expensive for me right now. but it definitely looks like good quality
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The 8 pack of minis are $130.00
A single mini is $15.41 each.
If I select the minis individually and add 8 of them to my cart it is a total of $123.28

The Eon 6 pack is the same way. You save by adding 6 individual Eons to your cart instead of the 6 pack.
The 8 pack of Eons, you do save a few bucks instead of adding 8 of them to your cart.

Did I miss something or is this to compensate for the wiring and connectors that come with them?
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The 8 pack of minis are $130.00
A single mini is $15.41 each.
If I select the minis individually and add 8 of them to my cart it is a total of $123.28

The Eon 6 pack is the same way. You save by adding 6 individual Eons to your cart instead of the 6 pack.
The 8 pack of Eons, you do save a few bucks instead of adding 8 of them to your cart.

Did I miss something or is this to compensate for the wiring and connectors that come with them?
Singles are just that single. You dont get any wiring or installation pieces. The kits come complete. Wiring, screws, yada, yada. Look at the first picture and you will see.
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these look great! how do they mount? do you have a video of them at night on the jeep? I have been burned before because pictures are deceptive
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and what is the difference between the two
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Those look sick. So the green are pretty good on the eyes? I was thinking about going with a different color as well. I see hte UV is 20 dollars more. The picture of it looks like it donst put out that much light but I imagine it looks pretty good in the dark. I will be taking advantage of this deal, any word on the red color? My jeep has a slight red theme going on already...
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Those look sick. So the green are pretty good on the eyes? I was thinking about going with a different color as well. I see hte UV is 20 dollars more. The picture of it looks like it donst put out that much light but I imagine it looks pretty good in the dark. I will be taking advantage of this deal, any word on the red color? My jeep has a slight red theme going on already...

I would say go UV if you were in the desert and wanted to see things light up. UV does cost a little more.

You would be completely happy with red. I run green on mine because my rig is green. So I understand the theme thing.
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