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LED headlights?

Discussion in 'Aftermarket Accessories' started by Pender1, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. Pender1

    Pender1 Full Access Member

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    I know this is old, but did you, or has anyone else, tried them yet because I thought about it also
     
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    Those look neat, but I wonder if they'll even fit.
     
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    They make the 4x6 also that should fit, by looks like you may have to rewire it a bit. We had similar to these on our trucks in Iraq and they worked great.
     
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    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    We run these lights on our C-series work trucks, they work great. I also run the 4x6 version on my car, they work great too. If my Burb every hits the streets again, it will also get a set of the 4x6. The 4x6 lights did need re-pinned, but the larger ones plugged right in and worked.
     
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    smoothandlow84 I'd rather be draggin' frame

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    I have always been concerned about the ability for those leds to focus the beam. My led light bars on both razors have both the spot and flood patterns. While offroad they light up the night...on road a more focused beam would be
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    I'm still wanting to see in person just how well they work on a square.
     
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    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Beam pattern is good. This is with the brights on, low beams still have good output but don't blind oncoming traffic.

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