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Old 07-07-2009, 03:29 PM
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Off road light?s

I have a 2006 f350 crew cab and im looking for lights to mount on a back rack well 7 lights. 5 facing forward and 2 facing back. im looking at KC Daylighters but i dont know if i schould get all 7 as daylighters or if there is a better way to set up the lights or different kind of Kc lights to get? any advice would be a help and if you know where i can get a discount for buying 7 that would be great too thanks
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Old 07-07-2009, 03:32 PM
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The daylighters are great, not to spendy either. i would do 2 driving forward 2 long range and one fog forward, then do 2 driving backward, or maybe fog depending on what you wanna use them for. What are your use for these lights? off road? towing? trailer? work?
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you have alot of options... what do you plan to use the lighting for ?
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well the front ones would be used for working, off road, or additional lighting for seeing at night. the ones facing back wards would be used for almost the same thing work and extra backup lighting at light
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Then i would go 3 long range forward and 2 driving forward, and 2 driving backward.
if you want i can get you a price on them all.
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thanks for the advice and if you could get me a price that would be great i dont knwo if there is discount somewhere for buying 7 lights but still the price would be great
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KC makes 100 watt daylighters and 130 watt ice blues, also they make 3 different housings. chrome, black, and titanium. Also they have slimlites or regular. Which ones do you want
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i would say the daylighters with a chrome housing and the regular not the slim lites
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100 watt or 130 watt ice blue?
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the 100w daylighters. whats the difference between the daylighters and the ice blue?
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