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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-23-2011, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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extra lights.

ok. what are some good lights. i like rigid LED bars but not the price. i thought about the 10 flood/spot. i thought about some warn. but want to know what els is out their.

i want something that can be bolted on to the front bumper.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-26-2011, 09:03 AM
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The Rigid's are a bit pricey but well worth it IMO, their quality is pretty tough to beat.

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The Rigid's are a bit pricey but well worth it IMO, their quality is pretty tough to beat.

yeah i think i decided on the 10” spot and flood. and put it wear yours is. of on top of that bar. i looked at the warn and just for 2 spot it’s almost $500. 2 flood are runing like $290. and for about the same pice or not much more as 2 flood you get both with the rigid.

is yours the 10”?

you’r rhino looks really nice man! do you have spacers or LT kit at all?
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also what all have you guys hit (like trees rocks that kinda stuff) and your lights taken the brunt of the impact? i know i took out a tree the was about 2.5 at about 28MPH. stock sport front bumper. did not even get a scratch.
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It's a Rigid 10" in the flood-spot combo and works well. I've since added 2 of Rigid's Dually D2's on the a-pillars. Haven't had a chance to try them out yet but they definitely seem like typical Rigid quality.

No spacers but just purchased a LoneStar +3 midtravel kit and will be installing in the next few weeks.







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nice! thanks for the help. thats exactly what i will be getting.. i looked at the worn and for 2 spot its like over $500 and like $300 for 2 flood. maymore money to go that route. thought about get one or maybe 2 of the d2s and putting them on the back of the cage use them as bed lights or my back up light or for what ever i need more light for. i could not put them wear you did. we have the j strong windshield and i would have to cut it all up. i want to learn to weld and i plan on getting a used welder this coming year. i thought about making some bars. kinda like brush bars that go from the front bumper to the cage. but not high more like use them to help protect the plastic and they would stay low mount to cage about the the upper cage bolt to the lower part. to wear if i hit a little tree or something it would put the front of the rhino over instead if hitting the wheel or hood. also what rear bumper do you have? and can you still use the dump bed? we use are rhino for work and play.
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It's an actual Yamaha bumper and yes I could dump the bed before I put the 4-seat cage on.

The Rigid Dually D2's were only around $190 a piece and appear to give out a lot of light.
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It's an actual Yamaha bumper and yes I could dump the bed before I put the 4-seat cage on.

The Rigid Dually D2's were only around $190 a piece and appear to give out a lot of light.
ok sweet. i have looked at rear bumpers but i see some you cant dump the bed. not good when you load fire wood or fill the bed to the top with dirt. lol and mom likes the 4 seater but to much work to take on and off. and we have 2 honda atvs we can take.

good to hear!
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post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-15-2012, 11:14 PM Thread Starter
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ok i have decided on lights. i’m going to get all will be in the rigid marine series they should look BA with the white rhino! so front is going to be 10” in combo spot and flood. and the dually or D2’s in flood and mount them on the back side of cage up high. for 1) more back up light, 2) see whats in the bed. and 3) if wee have to pull a atv or other sideXside out and have to do it from the rear. the reverse lights are not much when you need light to help do something. i got this idea when i was looking at videos of the lights on you tub and someone had them on their jeep for this reason.

hey mtoma do you think the bar you have on front bumper would fit on the top right above wear you have it? or would it hit the hood stop it from opening?

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I'll check when I get home tonight. The rigids aren't too deep so I think you'd be ok.

I just put mine where it is to protect it a bit more.
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