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Old 03-31-2013, 07:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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50" LED Light Bar

I am about to make a purchase of a 288w, 6000k LED light bar.
The decision I need to make is to go with a Spot beam, Flood beam, or a combination of the two. Does anyone have any experience with these and/or suggestions?
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on a 50" bar I'd go with a combination pattern.
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The one I am looking at has 12 flood LED's on each end with spot beams taking up the rest in the middle. Seems life a good way to go?
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Spot pattern. I spent a long time testing them and the spot pattern throws a lots of wide useful light. The food lights do flood but the lights is not as deep and useful. Spot is best. IMO
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