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PIAAS + PSC = :-(

Tried to get my PIAAS to work with the BFH and Brawler bar but no luck. So i guess the only option i have is to wait and get some LED duallys or a LED bar. Anyone want to buy some piaas





Mounting them above the bar is not an option. So ill keep looking ...
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Go with Vison X evo prime series... Won't regret it..

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I flipped the bracket and the fit but it renders the winch usesless without damaging the lights from a side pull......

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Ill look into those Andre thanks man
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What model PIAAs are those?

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What model PIAAs are those?
they are 510's
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Ill look into those Andre thanks man
No problem, smaller enclosure, 10 watts LED's, way more lumens, speak to Rick Freeman - Vision x superstore in AZ, get you great deals than what listed on the website.

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Same with my Deltas and the BFH Comp.
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Had the same issue ...looking to eventually pick up a rigid light bar.

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Not sure if it would be an acceptable look for you - but have you considered using those clamps that mount lights off a tube? They clamp to the tube and give you different options for different angles instead of just straight up or down. These are some quality clamps, not like a piece of steel strap that cinches down as you tighten the bolt.

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Not sure if it would be an acceptable look for you - but have you considered using those clamps that mount lights off a tube? They clamp to the tube and give you different options for different angles instead of just straight up or down. These are some quality clamps, not like a piece of steel strap that cinches down as you tighten the bolt.

Wish I could just remember the name of who makes them ....... sorry!
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Not sure if this is gonna be a link or a picture, but something like this:

http://www.trail-gear.com/images/180125-k-alt1.jpg



I just thought the one's I remember seeing had more adjustability to them, not just a single fixed mounting point. Same clamp style though.

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Not sure if this is gonna be a link or a picture, but something like this:

http://www.trail-gear.com/images/180125-k-alt1.jpg

Poly makes those, ballistic fab, BTF, etc. - that would a cool idea with OD clamps, there you go dirty..

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Thanks guys, I have seen those but I do not want to put them on the bar.
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I know it would be a more extreme approach to the problem, but I've still been considering taking a page from the ST build. Replace the headlights with those 2 in 1 headlight/signal lights. Then open up the factory signal hole and install my PIAAs into the grill.

The 510s should work for this as they are only around 3" in diameter vs the larger 520s at 6".

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I know it would be a more extreme approach to the problem, but I've still been considering taking a page from the ST build. Replace the headlights with those 2 in 1 headlight/signal lights. Then open up the factory signal hole and install my PIAAs into the grill.

The 510s should work for this as they are only around 3" in diameter vs the larger 520s at 6".

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Im a idiot they are the 520's after looking at them again i sold the 510s a while ago
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Having a foglight setup that high will be at huge risk of blinding other drivers especially those in front of you at lights and such. Fogs dont have a clean cut off pattern like headlights and tend to shine higher than the centerline of the light. Just something to think about.
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WTF you can't have 2 different brands of lights on your jeep. What if the light streams cross!?!

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