I'd rather spend $2k on these than a light bar across the roof. I was never a fan of the roof mounted light bar.
$$$$$$$!?All these fancy high dollar lights out there...and yet they all still use garbage Cree emitters. If I can't swap dedomed Nichia 519a 4500k emitters into any aftermarket lights, I don't want em. They are the best LED emitters available right now, and only flashlight nerds like me know about them. I hope one day to have a Bronco headlight assembly to tear down and see if I can swap the emitters to something warmer like the 519a emitters. /end nerd rant.
I have taken apart cheap Chinese light bars before, but swapping emitters on one of those bad boys would be a monumental task. I haven't tried yet with any offroad lights, but I've modded a few flashlights with these and they output a BEAUTIFUL beam. If you want to go down the rabbit hole, check out reddit.com/r/flashlight. I truly dream of a day that emitters like these would be adopted enmasse for car headlights and offroad lights, but we're not there yet. If I had the time and resources, I would start my own operation towards this effort.Learn something new everyday! Any pod light or bar you can recommend ? Or do you just look for ones that can be modded for max performance?
You aren't wrong but I'd say 99/100 people that are buying lights are in it for #2 not #1In my opinion lights are a piece of safety equipment and should be carefully considered as such.
People spend a lot of money on here to make their bronco look ‘cooler’ but less functional.
No contest. I'd take 2 of these over a bar.Soooo... you can get a full 50'' KC lightbar, or two of these.