Nilight 20 inch combo light bar

HemiAlex

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I did a ton of searching and I found that most led light bars are built in China. I’m not surprised by this but I really wanted to see what the bottom end of the spectrum is like.

I purchased a Nilight 288w 20” combo light bar from amazon with their matching 14g harness. It feels heavy but most people end up tearing into it and resealing it with silicone. I can live with that down the line. $45 plus a $10 Harness and I was able to install it in about an hour with soldering of the Deutsch connector onto the light.

When this fails, I’ll look into something more premium. I’m happy with the pattern and output but I don’t believe the chi com ratings for power consumption at all.

$55 well spent and it bolted on where my roller fair lead would have been.

I can’t wait to get it on a truly dark trail.

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How's it been holding up? I'm considering ordering a Nilite 52" curved bar. Worried about moisture build up as I'm up in Seattle area.
 

HemiAlex

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Two months of pretty constant rain and no issues. I’ve heard of people pulling them apart out of the box and just sealing them with good silicone.

It took 2 years for my knock off arb lights to finally get wet and stop working.

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