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Old 04-17-2015, 11:12 AM
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Curved led light bar size

Now that there are a lot of companies making relatively cheap led light bars, i've decided its a good time to look into buying one. I am trying to find out what the largest size for a curved radius light bar to be able to fit across the top of the windshield would be. 50" is too small for a curved bar. I have seen that they come in many different sizes 50", 52", 54", 55", 56", and 60" are some of the ones I've found. 54 is the largest I have seen a pic of mounted to an f250 but it still looks like it doesn't span the entire windshield or roofline. Also is there a specific number of output watts I should be looking for? They seem to range from 240w to 300w
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Go out and measure the width of the windshield you want to take up.

Some sellers have diagrams that show the length from bracket to bracket, others don't. You could just shoot them an email to ask for dimensions if need be. From there you can compare your desired length from your measurements and gauge what size bar you want.
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Go out and measure the width of the windshield you want to take up.

Some sellers have diagrams that show the length from bracket to bracket, others don't. You could just shoot them an email to ask for dimensions if need be. From there you can compare your desired length from your measurements and gauge what size bar you want.
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