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#6496757 - 10/15/16 04:53 PM Boat Led head Lights...
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Want to replace these lights with new led lights. And recommendations?







24 inch across is good. I would like to find two 12 inch lights center mount, that way I can adjust each out, or in. I can find any 12 inch center mount, found these 9 inch ones...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T8U...YBJ0NFDD097DWPD

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#6496784 - 10/15/16 05:24 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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If I flip the bracket around, looks like this...That is 19 inches across...



I think this 20 inch curve light would easily mount...
https://www.amazon.com/Eyourlife-Driving...ight+bar+curved

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#6496821 - 10/15/16 05:51 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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Rigid /thread

Barney Who put a set on his Pro-Drive, holy cow they are bright. I am having Rick Acouin build me a boat and that is what I am going to use, nothing else to consider.
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#6497075 - 10/15/16 08:08 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: David Maas]
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Rigid /thread

Barney Who put a set on his Pro-Drive, holy cow they are bright. I am having Rick Acouin build me a boat and that is what I am going to use, nothing else to consider.


This 20" light would be good...But $1K for lights? eek2

http://www.rigidindustries.com/led-lighting/87221

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#6497264 - 10/15/16 11:07 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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Guy get a rigid spot flood combo light. Use bull bar clamps to mount it. I've got on my Excel a 20in spot flood facing front a 10in spot flood facing front and right and two duallys facing front and left. Shoot me a pm and il tell u some tips.

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#6497265 - 10/15/16 11:09 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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Don't even waste your money on anything other than rigid

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#6497443 - 10/16/16 08:41 AM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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Ridgid. However since you have a mudbuddy you are used to replacing stuff, so go with the Chinese crap.

FYI, you want a spot/flood combo
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#6497473 - 10/16/16 09:13 AM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo...t-bar-54w/1520/

Never had a problem with them on my rig. Had to build the enclosure around for protection from timber.




I did a ton of research to find those lights and would recommend them. At that price it's hard to go wrong as long as they last. I hunted all winter with them and they are very, very bright...haven't had any issues. I chose the two lights instead of one bar so I could slightly angle them out and get wider coverage. I have them fastened tight enough so they won't move, but I can adjust if I put enough force on them. They are switched on my accessory panel via my trolling motor plug. I bought the amber covers in thoughts it would help in deep fog. The jury is out on if it helps or not. The amber covers do act as good dust and road debris protectors. cool2
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#6497540 - 10/16/16 10:05 AM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: BarneyWho]
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Ridgid. However since you have a mudbuddy you are used to replacing stuff, so go with the Chinese crap.

I don't have Judd type money like you to throw at lights, just something else for someone to steal. You realize you could have had 2 yetis for those lights? grin

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#6497554 - 10/16/16 10:15 AM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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I paid 150 bucks for this one. It was damaged while being shipped. I called and told them the box was smashed and a bracket was broken. They sent me a brand new bracket and a brand new light bar as well. I couldn't be happier with both of them. My new Polaris came with the 54 inch curved and it is the shizzle.
This is the 150 dollar one.
https://youtu.be/9bZLdSgmdLU
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#6497691 - 10/16/16 12:28 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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A pair of Rigid spot or flood are $150 on Amazon
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#6497929 - 10/16/16 04:24 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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I have the new Prodrive 12" 120 watt LED light kit and it is awesome. It's a spot/flood light and is everything I need for a bow mounted stand alone light. It is pricey but comes as a kit with everything needed to install.. light, mount, wire, connectors, switch, qd plugs, hardware, etc.. I also have a bunch of Seelite LEDs for bowfishing and Seelite interior LEDs that are fantastic. I'd recommend anything Seelite.

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#6498059 - 10/16/16 05:47 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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You need a rigid e series 20in spot flood. The pair of lights on amazon are the duallys I use those as my side lighting.

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#6498064 - 10/16/16 05:51 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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A step above the end series would be the e2 hyperspot, no need for it, the normal entries is plenty. I will have a used pair of duallys soon as I get the time to swap another pair of lights out with a 6in bar

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#6498302 - 10/16/16 08:18 PM Re: Boat Led head Lights... [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: BarneyWho
Ridgid. However since you have a mudbuddy you are used to replacing stuff, so go with the Chinese crap.

I don't have Judd type money like you to throw at lights, just something else for someone to steal. You realize you could have had 2 yetis for those lights? grin


I have Plashlights.com cubes on my Ranger and they've been good ones. I bought the cheap 22" curved bar for the ProDrive. I'm going to try a $50 light of Amazon before I spend Guy money on a more expensive bar. wink
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