Ironman 4x4 | Putting the Lighting Game on Notice

O Ironman

Ironman 4x4 America team member
Supporting Vendor
Aug 30, 2019
Wilsonville, Oregon

Ironman 4x4's Tri-Force technology
We wanted to re-define what LED lights and light bars are on the market. We set out to bring a seamless blend of performance and value with our line of LED lights. We developed Tri-Force technology, which is the 3 pillars of performance that go into all of our LED lights. Bringing a new standard in off-road lights in performance and value.

After extensive testing in the Australian outback and seeing the shortfalls in beam pattern from other lights on the market, we developed EPR Tech. Starting with the bucket depth and shape all the way down to revamping the polishing process, we left no stoned unturned. The result; the most usable beam patterns on the market that cover the ground in a seamless blanket of light. The symmetrical beam is a mixture of optimal proportions of side to side and foreground lighting with a hyper long-range center beam for when you reach higher race type speeds.

We wanted to stand out, in the look of our lights and also with the quality and durability. The engineering of the CDS (Corrosion Defense System) coating came about after months of R&D that consisted of ultra-violet, salt spray, and vibration testing; all while watching the competition fall apart. The impressive look of our gunmetal color has been upgraded with a precise mixture of hardeners and flex components that far exceed the fade and chip resistant capabilities of any other light coatings on the market.

Applying similar manufacturing processes from high-end watchmakers, we developed what we believe to be the highest optical clarity and UV fade resistance lenses to date. You can be assured the entire light output produced from the LED chips and reflectors are not getting hung up by the lens.

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Apr 28, 2020
Orange County, CA
What's the difference between the non-kit and kit part numbers for the Ironman Night Saber lights. I couldn't tell what was included in the "kits" on the website product listings.

For example, what's the difference between ILBSR002K and ILBSR002 ? The product pages are exactly the same except for the mention of "kit".

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