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CTDiesel

CTDiesel

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Does anyone have any other brands of lightbars they like for these? I'm really going aftermarket for this bad boy.
 
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i303

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I just mounted it. It was on my son's LJ we just sold yesterday. Rigid E2 30. Not hooked up yet.


Update: Hooked up now.
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Story time. My daughter and I had been not getting along well in her late teens and early 20s (big surprise). Recently she has been trying really hard. She doesn't know better on lighting and she bought me Nilights off Amazon. Super cheap. I normally would not look twice at Nilight because of their lousy mounts and they build up moisture from bad seals and such. However these were a gift from my baby girl so I was determined to make them work. You read all the horror stories about moisture penetration so I decided to open the light casings and do a better job of sealing them before trying to use them. Brand new out the box from Amazon "seller was Nilight" I opened the large light and no bullshit, over 2oz. of water came pouring out. WTF!!! Long story short, I was able to dry them out and reseal them with black silicone and checked to make sure they even lit up. I kinda have to use them because I don't want to hurt my daughters feelings.
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They are now mounted. I'll update as I get them finished.

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Eyellgeteven

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Story time. My daughter and I had been not getting along well in her late teens and early 20s (big surprise). Recently she has been trying really hard. She doesn't know better on lighting and she bought me Nilights off Amazon. Super cheap. I normally would not look twice at Nilight because of their lousy mounts and they build up moisture from bad seals and such. However these were a gift from my baby girl so I was determined to make them work. You read all the horror stories about moisture penetration so I decided to open the light casings and do a better job of sealing them before trying to use them. Brand new out the box from Amazon "seller was Nilight" I opened the large light and no bullshit, over 2oz. of water came pouring out. WTF!!! Long story short, I was able to dry them out and reseal them with black silicone and checked to make sure they even lit up. I kinda have to use them because I don't want to hurt my daughters feelings. View attachment 5611View attachment 5612View attachment 5613View attachment 5614They are now mounted. I'll update as I get them finished.

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Any updates? How do you like them? I was given what looks like the same set you have on the front for my bday...the little ones went in the front RxR bumper and I haven't decided where to mount the bar itself. You've got a decent solution...I'll have to think about doing mine that way.
 
PineCreek

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I use Nilight. I read the post about the water in them from M4RN13 and I’m sure that happened. I could see that. They do have suspect packaging.

All the light bars I have from them and wiring harness have been great so far. An occasional banged up package, but product always ok.

They started doing the black out background on the light bars. I have been switching to those.
They have really good attachments and other accessories too.

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