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That's awesome, I can't get over the marker lights in the grille. I want to do that with mine (I know I know) But I feel it'll be too "poser" like. How are those A-pillar lights mounted?
And is that one of them rigid industries LED bars?
Aye they are expensive. Mine was $700 and change before shipping.
Having said that though, I could almost go without the two hood mounted lights now that I have that LED bar. Those lights up there are LightForce Striker 170s HIDs. They run around $400 for the pair. Add to that the cost of the mounts ($100ish) and we're in the ball park of the LED. Kinda.
Haha yeah man, but I've sure noticed a difference in housing quality between mine ($44 for four. Haha) and my buddy's Hella's. And his cost 6 times more. But they point the light like 6 times better. hahaha
You can never have too many lights though! And the single ones are nice if you ever need to drive with them pointed in a direction other than forward. my two outers are ditch-lights, for deer and such. Centers I point down if it's foggy.
Heh yessir. Those LightForce's aint going away any time soon. There are a few cool things about them I don't want to give up; the pattern is adjustable from super spot to wide flood (just twist the housing), they accept any color filter (I've got a set of amber for fog and light blue for dust, as well as clear), and they're super light weight; I noticed with heavier housing lights there tends to be lots of jitter when going over the rough stuff at speed (I do lots of desert running in my Raptor). With the ultra light weight LightForces, there's been zero jitter even under the heaviest stress.
Its all good. I guess the saying 'you get what you pay for' proves true again.
Ha you definitely do. I want to buy better ones but I like the shape of mine on my truck. Not sure if anyone makes nice rectangular, high powered lights. and it also entails "buying" or "purchasing". My wallet fire hasn't gone out yet.