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Old 12-11-2013, 02:50 PM
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Light bar and 4 KC lights.

My wifes car has xenon headlights and at night they really light up the area even on low beam. My 2007 F-250 probably has halogens but I think they're terrible at lighting the roadway and shoulders. So I wanna put a light bar on the front with 4 lights. KC offers "driving" and "long range" lights. The "driving" is for use with your high beams and the "long range" is for off road only. They also have a "flood" light but the candlepower is very low, around 35,000. I don't know if that would be a help for my low beams or not. What have you guys done?
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I would recommend getting two driving and two long range for an overall lighting setup. The driving lights would mount to the outsides to light the shoulders and the immediate area in front of your truck. The long range lights will be useful for lighting the highway where your headlights won't reach.
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CJC your saying to aim the driving lights low and a little to the shoulder? That's what I was considering. I was hoping by doing so I wouldn't be blinding the oncoming traffic. Thanks for your reply!
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Yes, exactly! Anytime!
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