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Old 27-10-2008
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yes most definitely...

dad has IPF 900XS's (currently being swapped over to the new grand), and IPF have just released blue covers for them, and they work like a treat, and dont look to bad either.

they reduce the glare off street signs and all that when high beam is being used...
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I just bought 2 pairs of the combo kits of the Blues for the JK.
I used 3 of the lights, a wide in the middle and 2x spots each side of the wide on my my ARB Bar, perfect fit.

Awsome light throw, especially for the price. I know Lightforce are better but they are also a lot more expensive and more of a theft target and more $$ lost when one breaks.

I was going to mount the leftover wide beam to the rear as an auxiliary light but its a bit too big for this purpose. I guess I have a spare if one breaks.
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ive just had the square lights fitted to mine...
havent been able to test them yet, mind you, picking up the car tomorrow arvo after work so mite go for a run somewhere dark and try em out for size ay.

if i remember correctly, lightforce are mainly Xenon or HID which as we all know arent cheap... i didnt think they had a halogen option? or am i just dreaming....
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im running the narva 175 pencil beams. Great on the highway at night, do the job ok in the bush at night also. Great value for money!
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Hi guys, im new to this site .i have just bought a second hand jeep cherokee 97 and was looking around the site for some light info .
dumb question time Were can i buy the narvas from and watt size [ get it ]are the round ones ie 100mm -200 mm or do they they come in differrent sizes ????
i was looking at buying a set of driving lights with a budget of about $200 ish so these sound good .

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Hi guys, im new to this site .i have just bought a second hand jeep cherokee 97 and was looking around the site for some light info .
dumb question time Were can i buy the narvas from and watt size [ get it ]are the round ones ie 100mm -200 mm or do they they come in differrent sizes ????
i was looking at buying a set of driving lights with a budget of about $200 ish so these sound good .

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Most Repco stores sell the Narva range, if they don't have them in stock they can get them, ask to browse their Narva catalogue, heaps to choose from.

Alternatively most will strongly recommend 'LightForce' lights as far superior, although I have now experience with them I have seen them in action and they are bloody impressive, but like most high quality items, you pay for the quality

Welcome to the site and good luck with the lights.
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i have used them liked them a lot , switched to hella compact 4000's they are a NICE light
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Got the 175mm combo set in clear today for $135 (ebay).

Do any of you boys have a recommendation about how far apart to place them for optimum use?

Would you put broad beam on passenger side & pencil on driver's side, or placement makes no difference?
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