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Hi All, I'd like to do another LED light bar order to sell to BC4x4 members, but wanted to gauge interest before I did.

I'd do a bulk order of the 120w led bars, other sizes are available (36w to 240w) but 120 seems the perfect size for a truck bumper.

I just did my first order from this manufacturer for some friends and I and finally got around to mounting it on my truck. My quick opinion...I love it!. Even during the day its blindingly bright. These are good quality ip67 aluminum construction, and use 3watt high intensity LEDs. I'd likely order with the 60 degree flood reflectors, but I can get them with 30 degree spot reflectors instead if that's what people wanted.

120w Light bar installed on my truck- http://imgur.com/a/Uh9hQ#4

Night Time Comparison- http://imgur.com/a/IbJWg#2

Final cost would be ~300$ (+- a bit depending on how many I order) and pickup in Vancouver or shipping extra

This bar is built very similar to the rigid 20" E-Series LED Light Bar. ~7700 lumens. The main difference? The rigid bar is priced at 699$ US.

If your interested let me know. If I have a few people i'll put in an order and give you guys the first chance to buy one.

Ps, sorry if this is in the wrong forum, I know I don't technically have these for sale yet...but i will!

Cheers!
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id consider thinking abourt it if i had more info on the product, how similar to the rigid are they, cause the rigid ones are the cats ass
 

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Hi All, I'd like to do another LED light bar order to sell to BC4x4 members, but wanted to gauge interest before I did.

I'd do a bulk order of the 120w led bars, other sizes are available (36w to 240w) but 120 seems the perfect size for a truck bumper.

I just did my first order from this manufacturer for some friends and I and finally got around to mounting it on my truck. My quick opinion...I love it!. Even during the day its blindingly bright. These are good quality ip67 aluminum construction, and use 3watt high intensity LEDs. I'd likely order with the 60 degree flood reflectors, but I can get them with 30 degree spot reflectors instead if that's what people wanted.

120w Light bar installed on my truck- http://imgur.com/a/Uh9hQ#4

Night Time Comparison- http://imgur.com/a/IbJWg#2

Final cost would be ~300$ (+- a bit depending on how many I order) and pickup in Vancouver or shipping extra

This bar is built very similar to the rigid 20" E-Series LED Light Bar. ~7700 lumens. The main difference? The rigid bar is priced at 699$ US.

If your interested let me know. If I have a few people i'll put in an order and give you guys the first chance to buy one.

Ps, sorry if this is in the wrong forum, I know I don't technically have these for sale yet...but i will!

Cheers!
:)
Your bar looks good but the optics look nothing like a Rigid. As far as Ican tell other than framework theses two have little in common
 

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how can you possibly tell? more like you assume. right?
actually I have met and talked with one of the head engineers at rigid who spoke in length on the optics behind many of the light bars combined with different qualities of LEDs so I would say YOU are assuming that I am assuming which just make you an ass.
 

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I'm not saying they are junk but I don't see them being basically the same as rigid, if they are in someones price range go for it.
 
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