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Old 01-26-2014, 09:38 PM
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Rigid sr30's in grille

I just finished my install of two rigid single row 30" bars in my grille! It really wasn't that hard, just had to bend the mounts rigid supplies and used aluminum angle for the fact it won't rust and the angle makes it stronger. Tied them into my upfitter switches and the work like a charm. Rigid sr30's in grille-imageuploadedbyag-free1390804700.120281.jpgRigid sr30's in grille-imageuploadedbyag-free1390804723.968745.jpg


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do these put out enough light to act like off road lights?
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do these put out enough light to act like off road lights?
I have a double row 20" and I would have to guess yes! My 20" is very bright. Would love to add more lighting (it's an addiction), but I don't want it to look tacky. Maybe some small ones in the fogs will be in the future.
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Old 01-27-2014, 07:04 AM
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Oh yeah. No way I can run them with on coming traffic. Here is a coyote I spotted with them I had no hope of seeing with the stock headlights and fogs!
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nice! this would be a good way to get off road lights if you don't want a cattle guard. check that, it would still clean up the front of a cattle guard. hmmm, got the squirrels in my brain running....
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:17 AM
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nice! this would be a good way to get off road lights if you don't want a cattle guard. check that, it would still clean up the front of a cattle guard. hmmm, got the squirrels in my brain running....
Yeah and it's a pretty simple install as well. The lights aren't cheap but from what I hear, you can't beat rigids warranty and the quality seems really good!
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To me they look super bright up close, I would like something with a lot of distance with some width. Mainly for seeing deer etc. How are they as far as distance goes?
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since I have been hunting out west for elk, I have been wanting some extra bright lights while driving around those windy mtn roads, good question on the distance
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They are great for distance. The pictures were just taken off my iPhone so that's what the issue was there. I could see the coyote plain as day about 150 yards out so they do work good long distance!


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Did hids in it tonight too! Headlights are ddm tuning 55w kit with 6000k, fogs are ddm tuning 35w 6000k.


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