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Old 02-05-2013, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default 23,000 lumens...about to provide light to the world! :D

My wife gave me the green light to order a 50" light bar and GenRight light bar mount! 23,000 lumens should help me make daytime of out of the dark! LOL Here's some preview pictures of the light bar on another Jeep back home and the GenRight light bar mount I ordered:






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That's a lot of light! I saw a demo of that light at the Off Road Show in Pomona.
Congratulations.
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Which light bar is that?

Reason I asks is because the only light bar I know is actually rated to those specs is the Baja Design OnX 51"...

In any matter, a 50" light bar is going to put out a lot of light
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Cool light, I would like to get one but the mount your using wouldent last long on some of the trails I run up here, both sides of my windshild frame are bashed in pretty good. Id have to build one off the cage.
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OK here's a bazillion dollar idea....
Make the same light but a bit shorter in length, put a rubber seal on the front of it, and mount it inside the windshield above the rear view mirror. Like the police lights in unmarked cruisers.
No brainer. Less chance of theft, out of sight out of mind, won't get ripped off by a low branch, keeps the beautiful sleek lines of the Jeep looking like the brick on steroids that it is, and stealthy.
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Which light bar is that?

Reason I asks is because the only light bar I know is actually rated to those specs is the Baja Design OnX 51"...

In any matter, a 50" light bar is going to put out a lot of light

I will have to get the name of the one on the black jeep...I am buying it from a friend who is importing lights and this is one of them! For the price I couldn't pass it up!


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Cool light, I would like to get one but the mount your using wouldent last long on some of the trails I run up here, both sides of my windshild frame are bashed in pretty good. Id have to build one off the cage.

Rigid Industries also has a light mount that is pretty solid. I am going with this one because the side arms are steel with adjustable arms to change the lighting angles if needed. It also has the horizontal support bar for the light as opposed to just the side anchors.
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So what WAS the price?
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OK here's a bazillion dollar idea....
Make the same light but a bit shorter in length, put a rubber seal on the front of it, and mount it inside the windshield above the rear view mirror. Like the police lights in unmarked cruisers.
No brainer. Less chance of theft, out of sight out of mind, won't get ripped off by a low branch, keeps the beautiful sleek lines of the Jeep looking like the brick on steroids that it is, and stealthy.
Don't forget my royalties.

Only issue is potential glare back on the driver from the windshield. There is a 30" and 40 inch that could be done that way and also a great idea for anyone interested!
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So what WAS the price?

$520 shipped! Sent you his contact information!


It's pretty stout and the light is rebuildable....rubber seal instead of glued and the light pods can be swapped out if they burn out!



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Only issue is potential glare back on the driver from the windshield. There is a 30" and 40 inch that could be done that way and also a great idea for anyone interested!
If you put a rubber seal on the front and had it against the windshield no light would escape to glare back.
I'm wondering about the heat tho'. LED's get warm at that intensity.

Thanks for the link. I sent him a friend request on FB.
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