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Old 06-10-2017, 11:46 AM
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So getting the windshield replaced on my truck today... that meant removing the light bar and pillar lights.

Now.. do I put the 54" AuxBeam back on OR do I upgrade to Rigid. The AuxBeam is a fine product for the price but the quality isn't as great as Rigid. I don't like the brackets as it gives me limited adjustability...

Thoughts?

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Old 06-11-2017, 07:08 AM
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I also like the Auxbeams and havent had a problem with the 7-8 I have
Rigids just cost way to much.
Check out Blackoak LEDs IMO ,,,same quality as Rigid,,half the price
I have a 10?12" on one of the quads and it takes a BEATING,has been under water dozens of times

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I'll be doing Baja Designs Onx6 bars, 2 of them. Being a dealer it makes sense, plus the chase rack/roof rack combo I want accepts Dual Onx6 bars
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.Oh I get it, You were just self promoting yourself. I walked right into that huh
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No it was actually a real question. I couldn't decide wether to re-use my AuxBeam bar (after I had taken it off to repair my windshield) or to upgrade. I ended up deciding to do a HUGE upgrade and ordered a new chase rack that supports dual bars.

I didn't like the brackets for the AuxBeam I was using. SURE it works but not a lot of adjustability (it is a cheap bar/bracket that is). So I wanted some opinions
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