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Old 06-23-2013, 06:21 AM
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found a cheap brand of LED lights, anyone use them?

I found a company that makes LED lightbars and such, and they are a very intriguing due to the price of them. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with them.

Blitzpro.com | Providing quality lighting and automotive parts | LED Lighting

I want to buy the Hawk21s for a bullbar and the Hawk6D for moujnting to the rear of the frame behind the rear bumper for extra reverse lighting. opinions?
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I've never heard of them Gregg, but I am definitely interested in some feedback from those who have.
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Blitz Pro LED light bars - Page 23 - Toyota FJ Cruiser Forum

looks like water intrusion was or is an issue and warranty can be slow

just based off of this thread Blitz Pro LED light bars - Page 23 - Toyota FJ Cruiser Forum
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There is a company called digi diode that makes led bars google them they have a few teaser videos I watched of them beating the snot out of them and still working. I don't have personal experience but they are more affordable then the big names.


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IMOP, these look really bulky, unless thats not a factor their decently priced, check out plashlights.com i'm looking into this company
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you know, honestly keep the suggestions coming. There are obviously a few "cheaper" brands than the Rigid lights, The more options we have in front of us, the more the consumer can decide which is best for him/her!
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You should check amazon i got a 21.5" light bar thats brighter than snot and it seems to be good construction after the month that i have had it

Heres one i found thats real cheap
Amazon.com: LED Work Light Lamp Off Road High Power ATV Jeep 4x4 Tractor 27W Round 30 Degree Round Spot Light: Home Improvement Amazon.com: LED Work Light Lamp Off Road High Power ATV Jeep 4x4 Tractor 27W Round 30 Degree Round Spot Light: Home Improvement
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does anyone know what size LED lightbar we can fit in the center opening of the bumper? is it a 30"?

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anyone know what size can fit in the center opening of the bumper?
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I know a 20" will fit. Rigid makes a bracket for my 2012 for that size.....which I bought to use with my 'import' brand of LED bar.

Hanma and Aurora are the top import brands. Aurora has very close ties to Rigid.
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