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Price - You are correct. These lights are not cheap. They are not junk either. They come with a lifetime warranty, the very best components that we can source, and a large amount of the machining, assembly and development all being conducted in San Diego, CA. You won't find lights built to this quality, from a company with a heritage like ours, all with pre and post sale support that we put literal blood, sweat, and tears into.

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That being said the incredible part of our marketplace is that there are tons of choices at different quality/price points, which is great for the consumer and it also helps calibrate the price for the manufacturers.





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There's a drop-down to include toggle switches you install in the cab or just wire to the aux switches. And yes, each set of lights can be switched independently. But it looks like they only include wiring for hooking up to 2 switches, which seems odd to me.
Looks like these are using Delphi Weatherpack connectors as well.
Overall, this seems slightly cheaper than some of the similar kits available for the Raptor, which are usually about $100 more.
I am not a big fan of Weatherpack although they were fine in their day (80s). They are very bulky. I'm starting to dig on the Deutsch connectors.
 

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This is one that we planned to develop, and are still interested in. We unfortunately have not been able to get our hands on a model that has the bull bar. Once we do, we will almost certainly be developing this kit.
Is a kit planned for the 2x lights show under the bar? It looks like they’re mounted directly to the bumper.
 

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I am not a big fan of Weatherpack although they were fine in their day (80s). They are very bulky. I'm starting to dig on the Deutsch connectors.
Non an uncommon stance. We use the Weatherpack connectors due to the very common availability for those people that might need a connector on the fly. The beauty of our MoistureBlock wiring is that you can chop the connector off and put whatever connector you want on the light without worry that you will create an opening for moisture to seep up the cord.

Is a kit planned for the 2x lights show under the bar? It looks like they’re mounted directly to the bumper.
That will be determined once the engineers physically get in front of a bull bar unit. As of now, they have only had digital files for that particular mounting point. If anyone knows of a bull bar equipped vehicle near San Diego, we'd love to get a head start.
 

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Non an uncommon stance. We use the Weatherpack connectors due to the very common availability for those people that might need a connector on the fly. The beauty of our MoistureBlock wiring is that you can chop the connector off and put whatever connector you want on the light without worry that you will create an opening for moisture to seep up the cord.


That will be determined once the engineers physically get in front of a bull bar unit. As of now, they have only had digital files for that particular mounting point. If anyone knows of a bull bar equipped vehicle near San Diego, we'd love to get a head start.
Sorry, I should have clarified that I’m interested in the two lights but not the bull bars.
 

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