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Looking for a rear flood light

I have the one through AEV, just looking for something a bit brighter but no bigger. Any suggestions? I'm thinking just a Rigid Cube or?
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post #2 of 14 Old 02-01-2016, 08:23 PM
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Try looking at Auxbeam, you can also buy them on Amazon. I bought a pair of cubes for around $20 on Amazon and mounted them on my rear bumper and they work great.
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i second this... got some generic cube lights off amazon for about $20 and they work great.
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Try looking at Auxbeam, you can also buy them on Amazon. I bought a pair of cubes for around $20 on Amazon and mounted them on my rear bumper and they work great.
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i second this... got some generic cube lights off amazon for about $20 and they work great.
Thanks for this gents. I was wondering the same thing but have not gotten around to it yet.
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Thanks guys, we put a bunch of the cheep ones on our fleet of plow and salt trucks and they have worked great.
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I already have a switch for the AEV light I want to keep it that way, just want more light.
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SuperBrightLEDS should have affordable solution for your requirements. I am always pleased with them....


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I'm running two Baja Designs Squadron Sports in flood pattern on the back of mine.




Sure my rig has seen the trail, but I wheel it like a soccer mom looking for a parking spot at Nordstroms.
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I'm running two Baja Designs Squadron Sports in flood pattern on the back of mine.



I run 4 of these on front of my Raptor and love them, just thought it would be a over kill but they are definitely a great choice.
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I run 4 of these on front of my Raptor and love them, just thought it would be a over kill but they are definitely a great choice.
The sports aren't too bad for that application. If you were talking the Pro's maybe a teensy bit too much.

Sure my rig has seen the trail, but I wheel it like a soccer mom looking for a parking spot at Nordstroms.
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I put a single Rigid SRM2 Driving light on mine and it works awesome as a reverse light. It's very compact too.

I've tried a few of the cheapo Amazon specials in the past and always had issues with moisture, led burn out, etc.. Anymore I just opt to spend the money once. I've had great luck with Rigid. Not to mention they seem to outperform the other brands I've tried.

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oz-usa makes some of the best lightbars and they are affordable. I have run all their lights and no issues what so ever
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