2 lights or 3 lights?

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by uzj100, Dec 4, 2018.

2 lights or 3 lights?

  1. 2 lights

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  2. 3 lights

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  1. uzj100

    uzj100

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    What are your thoughts on 2 round lights versus 3 round lights on ARB??

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  2. atnolan94

    atnolan94 Go Pokes! SILVER Star

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    2. And if you get good lights it’s plenty of output.
     
  3. Manhattan

    Manhattan SILVER Star

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    2, 4 or 5... never 3
     
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    where is the none option, i personly prefer the LED bar on roof racks or semi hidden on front steel bumper

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    bamabrock Ain’t Life Grand SILVER Star

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    3 is just over compensating.
     
  6. Alibaster

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    There are four lights
     
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    3 is a bit too much.
     
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    Having 2 aux lights is good enough.
     
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    2 driving lights is plenty - remember you don’t want to block airflow through your radiator too much.
     
  10. LC4LIFE

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    ^I agree with this^ On a side note, I used to run two HID Hellas on the front bumper and then went to a cheapo 14 light bar for aestitics. I really miss the output of the HID's so now I am on the hunt to replace my light bar.
     
  11. Dissent

    Dissent Questioning my life choices...

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    I've actually been contemplating just 1x Baja Designs LP9. I can't afford 2 and the output should be plenty...may look a bit off though. :meh: I can name the truck "Cyclops"!
     
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    I have some of the large Aurora lights that are supposed to put out around 8000lumens each. Not what that Baja can put out, but a WHOLE lot cheaper than $1200/pair. I have multiple pairs that I will be testing in the near future, so I will bring that info back here too. Apparently, their performance lands somewhere between the ARB knockoffs and the Baja or Rigids. I did a quick and easy hand held test the other night and was super impressed.
     
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  13. uzj100

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    The 70 guys run 3 down under.

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