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post #1 of 10 Old 08-21-2014, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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NEW LED light Bar

I just installed my new LED light Bar I thought I would Share it!!!!!

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post #2 of 10 Old 08-21-2014, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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The light bar goes from:
-Low Beam(so you don't blind the guy in front of you)
-High Beam(so you can bind the guy in front of you)
-Flashing (strobe light ) *Great for driving fast on dusty roads
-Colored Side to side
-1 Color side to side(night rider look)


Just kinda fun as it does more that just turn on and off!!!!

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Strobe light and flashing red and blue would get me in trouble.

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Strobe light and flashing red and blue would get me in trouble.


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The light bar goes from:
-Low Beam(so you don't blind the guy in front of you)
-High Beam(so you can bind the guy in front of you)
-Flashing (strobe light ) *Great for driving fast on dusty roads
-Colored Side to side
-1 Color side to side(night rider look)


Just kinda fun as it does more that just turn on and off!!!!

Interesting. Who makes it?
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Its made with USA CREE led's and its put together in China...

The red and blue get people out of your way!!

I have this same light bar on my jeep now. I was off roading and driving fast down dirt roads all weekend putting it to the test!!! It did great!!!!

The best is the flashing white led as I was following my buddy during the day and I was getting dusted out. It gets your attention quick!!!

It super bight!!! Its cool cus you have a low and high beam!!!

Its just not a on and off light bar!

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288W LED straight Double Row Light Bar Cree LED/Remote Color Changing

2.Input voltage:DC10-30V
3.5W CREE LED from U.S.A
4.Life-span:Above 50000 hours
5.Cup material:PC+ABS;lens Materials:Japan Mitsubishi PMMA
6.Optional beam:Spot/Flood/Color Changing
7.Color temperature:6500K-7000K
8.Body material.:6063 Aluminium alloy
9.Hardware accessories:304 stainless steel
9.Hardware accessories:304 stainless steel
10.Operating temp:-40℃~+85℃

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Moved to the general board to share with more people....

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