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This is not true...the light is included per the product description. Not saying it's inexpensive, but it isn't $1460 for the lightbar for the SDs.

Rigid product description
Thanks Savage...I was going by the picture. That puts the lightbar back on the table.
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Ya but theyre stupid expensive ...
How does that old saying go.....?

"The sting of poor quality outlasts the thrill of lower cost" or "You wanna play, you gotta pay" or "You get what you pay for"... etc, etc.
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How does that old saying go.....?

"The sting of poor quality outlasts the thrill of lower cost" or "You wanna play, you gotta pay" or "You get what you pay for"... etc, etc.
I agree you only pay for quality once. However im all about bang for buck.
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They want $760 for just the bracket then another $700 for the 20" lightbar.


No they don't look at the fine print IT COMES WITH THE LIGHT BAR.
You need to be straight on your facts first. Did it not seem odd $700 for a bracket?



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In stock and ready to ship is the all new LED light bar kit for the 2011 & 2012 Ford F250/350. This kit comes with all the hardware needed for a no drill install. The light is also included. Utilizing existing bolt holes this kit will mount a 20" E-series light bar in the lower grill opening. Includes full color instructions.
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Wow, those lights are crazy bright!! No wonder they are $1,400....wait....theyr'e NOT, theyr'e only $700
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Come on guys, cut me some slack. I have a 20 month old and a two week old, so pretty much running on empty.
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I have very close to silverbullet's set up. Randy Ellis Design light bar with 2 - 8" stainless steel KC driving lights (802) on upfitter 1 and 2 - 8" stainless steel KC distance lights (800) on upfitter 2. It works great for the money IMHO. All the light I need. Each light is 130W.

The RED bar is very good quality.

Technically, the distance lights are not DOT and are illegal but I have not had any issues yet. I always shut them down as soon as I see anyone oncoming, but I drive a lot of dack roads early in the AM. It is really nice to be able to see FAR ahead and in the ditches for animals.

Wish I had time to check out your other thread but work is nutz right now......



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drive a lot of dack roads early in the AM.
alot of dack roads huh? are you from Bahston, mass?
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alot of dack roads huh? are you from Bahston, mass?
daaaaaack! LOL Alberta actually, similar to back roads in the rest of the world. My sister lives in bahston though

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Hanma makes these lights also,they are a company in china. I know china bad quality,but not really what you think.They have some customers here that have tried thier product with good reviews.They are at least half the price off the rigid series,but almost identical in design. LED Light Bar 120W
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Hmmm - same specs ? need to do some resezrch - thanks for the link !
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Yeah but if that light breaks down who's going to back it up.

My 6" Rigid light for my atv hasn't failed me in two years in allot of rough driving. And if it did I know they'd back up their product.

My 20" Rigid I got off of ebay to save some $$$.

Just picked up two of their marine dually's for the rear of my truck for when I'm backing up to my trailer and things. I'm having them linex'd to get rid of the white housing.
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looks like im goin with the vision x tungsten halogens. prolly the 6500 series.. and likely 2 euros for the outters and one spot in the center. also they are HID upgrade capable with internal ballasts if the need or itch ever arises.
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anyone have pics of either 7" or 9" round lights on the front of their truck? tryin to decide on what size to roll with...and im thinkin the 7s for cost saving measures if performance will be similar but wont looks funny
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