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Unread 12-07-2013, 02:47 PM   #1
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Side mounted light bars... Done!

I was finally able to mount my lightbars on the rear part of the roll-cage. I've been waiting three weeks for the correct clamps to get here. The wiring has been done, so I just had to clamp them on and fire them up. I will check this evening to see how effective they are with the top on, but the idea is to use them in the warmer months when the top is off. Let me know if y'all have any questions... Told ya I'm an LED addict!









The last pic is from outside, looking in the rear passenger side window.


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Love the idea. Especially because I run without my top all summer. I'd like to see how effective the light is when you get a chance! Also what LEDs did you use? And more information on the clamps? Thanks !
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Love the idea. Especially because I run without my top all summer. I'd like to see how effective the light is when you get a chance! Also what LEDs did you use? And more information on the clamps? Thanks !
The lights are 8" Vision X "Xmitter Prime Xtreme" lightbars set at 40* beam pattern. The clamps are universal 2-1/4" lightbar mounts that I bought here: http://www.visionxwholesale.com/univ...25-round-bars/ I think I have seen similar mounts on the rigid industries website. I will check back in with how well they work a bit later.



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Unread 12-08-2013, 06:21 AM   #4
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Very cool setup. Nice work. Looking forward to seeing top off night pics as well
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