|February 2nd, 2013, 07:22 AM||#1|
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***Sold*** Lightforce 240 HID lights *SOLD*
Lightforce DL240HID / Light Force 240 XGT HID 35 W
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The 240HID KING OF THE HILL debuted in 2001 and was part of Rod Hall's campain for another in a long list of Baja 1000 wins. Hall, to this day, is the winningest driver in off-road racing history and when he took home yet another victory at the worlds longest point to point off-road race he credited LightForce with helping him keep his streak going. From the sands of Dakar to the deserts and mountains of Baja, our HID lights continue to be used by many racers competing today. Racers such as: Clyde Stout, the folks at JeepSpeed, Class 11's Eric Solozano and more! All of these drivers have specific needs for great lights, durable lights that turn night into day, can take a beating and will last race after race. The 240HID has an amazing list of features beginning with light output of over 1312 yards! Throw in a parabolic reflector that projects the maximum light available and 1/2 the weight of its competitors at a mere 3.4lbs and this light truly remains one of the most powerful 35 watt driving lights in the world today! The 240HID doesn't require a sophisticated wiring harness either, we have made the 240HID plug n' play with an internal ballast and ignitor- just plug it into your 12 volt system and you are on the move- literally!
Just bought these... but unfortunatly they will not fit where I planned to mount them. So sadly I have to sell them to buy something a little smaller.
These are super bright lights! In fact they are so bright and project so far that they could be used as those sky spot lights that you see light up the sky at night. These are flame throwers! If you want distance with a quality bright light, than these are the best lights for the job!
These have the internal ballasts, so they are easy to wire (positive and negative). I will even include a dual bosch relay/fuse setup to wire in so you can run a single switch or even wire them to come on with your high beams, however you wish.
These are a long range beam, but lightforce sells a focal ring kit to change the degree of the beam focus as well as a bunch of different covers that change the beam some. These include spread, combo and spot. They also come in a bunch of different filter colors like amber, yellow, light blue, marine blue, clear, red and green I think. These come with a set of clear non filter covers, but they are somewhat hazy from use. I'm sure they can be polished up if needed or just buy a new set of covers if you wish.
The previous owner had installed some kind of mounting bolts on the back of the housings to mount them from top instead of bottom. No big deal, just cosmetic and seem to be solid if you choose to use them that way.
I have a stubby bumper with a winch and winchgaurd/trail stinger. I planned to mount them on top of the fairlead in front of the winch, but they will be blocked by the gaurd hoop bar. Would have been perfect if I had no winch or a wider bumper to mount them outwards of the hoop.
Look around, these cost a pretty penny new. About $8-900 a pair and that doesn't include a wiring harness. The retail prices are usually listed per light. http://www.truckcustomizers.com/prod...ng-lights.html
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Last edited by snodevil; February 19th, 2013 at 11:40 PM.