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Hell I haven't even measured it. It fits between the two up and down bars on the brush guard. That's where I'm wanting to mount it
 

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Hell I haven't even measured it. It fits between the two up and down bars on the brush guard. That's where I'm wanting to mount it
I will post up some pics as soon as I make it home. I put mine just above my winch in the brush guard. Maybe I can talk the wife into send me a pic of it.
 

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24 in light bar.
 

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Here is mine. It is a 21". I make the L shaped brackets and just tek screwed the bar to the rack. I also did a few quick spot welds since the one tek screw didn't hold and I lost my bar going down a trail.
 

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10" sirius bar


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6" rigid industries
 

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JetSnake that looks like a diffused lense. How does that work for you?

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JetSnake that looks like a diffused lense. How does that work for you?

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Diffused it is! It does lack the distance a little more than I'd like, but it's like an explosion of light, if shines very wide, and very high, like way up in the trees. If I'm running some slower speed trails through the woods, it's perfect, with the light bar only, no head lights. But if I'm running some higher speeds, that's when I notice the shorter distance. Turning on the stock head lights takes care of the distance issue, but shines a yellow blob in the middle of the white LED light bar. So, I ordered a set of LED bulbs to replace the factory bulbs, I'm thinking they should be the same color as the light bar. Running the light bar and the LED bulbs in the stock head lights, I should be set.
 

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JetSnake that looks like a diffused lense. How does that work for you?

shmoky
Diffused it is! It does lack the distance a little more than I'd like, but it's like an explosion of light, if shines very wide, and very high, like way up in the trees. If I'm running some slower speed trails through the woods, it's perfect, with the light bar only, no head lights. But if I'm running some higher speeds, that's when I notice the shorter distance. Turning on the stock head lights takes care of the distance issue, but shines a yellow blob in the middle of the white LED light bar. So, I ordered a set of LED bulbs to replace the factory bulbs, I'm thinking they should be the same color as the light bar. Running the light bar and the LED bulbs in the stock head lights, I should be set.

Could you post a night pic? I'm curious what it looks like in an actual environment rather than trying to see if you can hit a stop sign 800 yards away. I've been watching videos on YouTube and I can't seem to remember the last time I need to light up a building on a trail at twilight. I wanna see how it lights up a trail or field. I'm debating on the diffused or driving because I want a swath of light and some distance. Not really liking what I've seen on the combo. It seems to leave a gap between the two beams. The son's stepson was clobbered by a Doe at about 30 mph. Not sure who pooped more. I want to see I don't have the same experience.
 

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Here's a vid I took when I got it, just holding it in my hand, but it gives you and idea.

 

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Installed 2, 14'' Epistar Light bars from Ebay, paid $75 for both of them with shipping included. Wired one light bar to low beams and the other to high beams.
 

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