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Moisture in rigids

Anyone else have problems with getting moisture in there rigid lights I went the the wash bay and now my 20 and 30 are wrecked and they want me to ship them back to fix them but they are only like a week old thought they would just replace but apparently not.
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This is my e2 30 combo couldn't get them both in one post for some reason
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I sent mine in to be replaced no problem call them up the seal is bad!!


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I sent mine in to be replaced no problem call them up the seal is bad!!


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I had an issue with my pair of D2s in my fog lights, but fortunately they fixed themselves, one day there was moisture, and the light was flashing erratically, then 2 days later they were fine, and moisture was gone.
Also, they are really good at fixing their products, I got a 20" combo "Victory" bar from them 2 yrs ago, it worked for 2 weeks, then stopped abruptly. I sent it in, and got it back a week later, and haven't had another problem with it.

But I would say they just want to make sure what the problem is, before they send out a brand new bar.

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hmm thats wierd. for how much them bad boys are youd think they wouldnt have water in them a few weeks old. I was getting ready to purchase a 20" e series to compare to my $175 totron cree bar

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I also have Chinese look alike bars on my work truck haven't had any trouble with them so far but they are not as bright as the rigids that's for sure. I am just disappointed that they are brand new and two of them are ****ed maybe one could have been a factory defect but two seems like bad quality
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I'm thinking about ordering a 20" rigid combo. You think its worth it to pay for the e2 or go with the regular e series?

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I mostly just use my e20 my e2 e30 combo is so intense I don't really use it much and it's hard to get it aimed perfectly because it's such a spot beam I'd just go with the e20 myself really far beam and more usefull for on road I can only use the e2 when there is a mile of open road a head type thing whatever your looking for tho I guess I think you would be happy with the e20 combo
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Here is a pic of my truck with the lights on for a reference
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I think this is with them all on id give you a comparison but I won't be home for a week
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