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Rigid lights: 4 dually's or a 10" bar

So I'm thinking of changing out my lights to some Rigid LED. I was thinking of what to go with and looking for opinions.

I can go with either a 10" E-Series flood/spot clear combo bar for $380, or I can go with two dually clear flood and two dually clear spot for $380.

The combo bar would give me 20 LED's in one light bar, and the dually's would give me 16 LED's in four lights. Poison Spyder makes a nice fairlead mount designed specifically for the 10" lightbar which would make mounting simple. For the dually's, I can mount to on the light tabs on my LoD front bumper and then would have to find another way to mount the other two lights [probably the same fairlead mount].

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What about a 4" or 6" in the middle and a dually on either side? Do they come in 4" or 6"?


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What about a 4" or 6" in the middle and a dually on either side? Do they come in 4" or 6"?
I know they come in 6". I'm thinking about getting one as a back up light.


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I think I'd like the setup I described above with the 6" on one switch and the 2 duallys on another. That way I could have the 2 duallys only, the 6" only, or all 3 at the same time. Sure you could get 4 duallys and wire the 2 middle ones together and the 2 side ones together and get the same setup, but if you're never gonna run the 2 middle ones separate, then why not just get a 4" or 6"?


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I have a 10" e series spot on the front bumper and 2 D2s driving patter on the windshield, it's like daytime
Planning on a 10" sr hybrid for a reverse light.
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one 10" led bar would alow for less wires to be run and give you some nice light output. If you were looking at the D2 dually's I'd vote for those.

mount up the 10" and you should be good.

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What are you trying to accomplish? A very broad area or more for cast distance? I would say d2 and 10 respectively.


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I've got some D2's on my windshield brackets. They are a driving beam and do a great job


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After some more looking at Rigid lights, I might go with a 10" SR and a set of Dually D2.

I'm looking at mostly flood/driving lights to put a lot of lot in front of the vehicle. But also looking at the combo 10" bars since they also incorporate a couple spot LED's.

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I have a 10" e series spot on the front bumper and 2 D2s driving patter on the windshield, it's like daytime
Planning on a 10" sr hybrid for a reverse light.
Check with XTORM , he's a vendor on here, to see what kinda deals they are running

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I have spot pattern Dually's on my windshield and thinking about putting a SR 10" flood pattern on a fairlead mount as well.

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I have spot pattern Dually's on my windshield and thinking about putting a SR 10" flood pattern on a fairlead mount as well.

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Getting ready to do the exact same thing after i saw MediaMaxim's rig.

Eventually pick up a KMA light bar and do a combo of 40" bar and a pair of D2 Floods.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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So I'm thinking of changing out my lights to some Rigid LED. I was thinking of what to go with and looking for opinions.

I can go with either a 10" E-Series flood/spot clear combo bar for $380, or I can go with two dually clear flood and two dually clear spot for $380.

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Which method would you pick?
What kinda lights do you have no? Wanna sell them? Pm me

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