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Old 23-08-2008
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I have these on the front of my JK not only do they look good they perform great as well.
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I find them OK - for the amount of time I actually use them and cost against the more more pricey ones I think they represent good value for money . . . .and as the man said 4X4 Mag gave them a good rap.
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sorry gents, lightforce all the way
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Originally Posted by kitrino_tj View Post
sorry gents, lightforce all the way
dont worry i hear ya mate but for a cheap spottie they do pretty well, of course they wont line up next to light force, but then again ur only paying $150 for 2 lights, wiring kit etc
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Just put a pair on the JK:

JK Wrangler | 2" Lift | 33" MTZs | TJM Front Bar | ARB Rear Bar
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I finally got a set of Combo 'Blues' a couple of months ago. Were easy to install, although I upgraded to a longer & thicker gauge of wire & an inline 30 amp fuse. The supplied wire seemed a bit thin & short.

I am very happy with them. They were put to the test on a recent trip to Thredbo. They prevented a few animal suicides on the road. They have great range & give off a bright white light. More than adequate for my needs. Great for the price - $150. They haven't moved at all either.

They haven't effected the cooling too much yet, as they don't take up too much room. It hasn't been hot either. The temp gauge did creep up more than usual on a long 4km hill climb, but was nothing to worry about. I'll have to have a Stockton day in the sand to test.

2000 WJ Ltd 4.7L V8

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i sell these at Repco, retail they go for $175

i was looking at them today, the square ones are hot fav's to go on the YJ
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A question in regards to comments of blue lights over standard

already have not looking to change, but if the blue light is alot better, would getting blue covers on the existing lights do the trick??
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