Combo beam light bars !!

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Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Tue May 20, 2014 6:50 pm

We have a big stock of combo beam light bars for sale
Ranging from 6" at $150 to 42" at $400 , Pricing Includes gst !!!!
We also have led headlight replacements for h4 bulbs which come with a complete install kit and are $200 inc gst !!!
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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Tue May 20, 2014 6:51 pm

Here are the all new led headlight conversions !!
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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby snotgoblin » Tue May 20, 2014 7:05 pm

deals for 2 x 6 inch lights?

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Tue May 20, 2014 7:16 pm

Hi mate the best I could do on 2x 6" is 280 as we have minimal mark up in the smaller sizes ,

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby muddyhilux » Tue May 20, 2014 8:55 pm

go any led headlight conversions to suit h9 or h11 bulbs,lights on my 06 zx10r are absolute rubbish when it comes to morning ride to work on country roads
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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Mattman » Tue May 20, 2014 9:10 pm

Any pics of the headlight conversions with beam comparisons?

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby marmel » Tue May 20, 2014 9:11 pm

Are the head light conversions legal?

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Dannz71 » Tue May 20, 2014 9:30 pm

yeah just wondering on the h4 bulbs. do the still retain a good beam pattern? and are they legal

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Wed May 21, 2014 7:54 am

I have h7 and h4 at the moment but can supply almost any halogen ,
The dip rate it determined by the lense not the bulb I just have to check one European std tomorrow but if it complies then they are legal ,
A lot of new Audis etc run led or even lazer head lights ,
We own a Lux output meter so are going to do some comparisons between the h4 high output halogen bulbs and these , they are extremely bright on the bench and rated at 2200 L @100m , They are also the only light on the market with light on top and bottom and reflective cups also ,

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby kcinshaw » Wed May 21, 2014 3:39 pm

Hi Trundle, do you still have any of the sqaure led floods for sale? How much are they?

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby smurf182 » Wed May 21, 2014 4:27 pm

Trundle wrote:The dip rate it determined by the lense not the bulb I just have to check one European std tomorrow but if it complies then they are legal ,
A lot of new Audis etc run led or even lazer head lights ,
We own a Lux output meter so are going to do some comparisons between the h4 high output halogen bulbs and these , they are extremely bright on the bench and rated at 2200 L @100m , They are also the only light on the market with light on top and bottom and reflective cups also ,


Sort of, but the light source be it filament, arc or LED has to be in the right place in relation to the reflector and lens for the beam pattern and dip to be acceptable. This is why drop in HID kits are illegal. I would be very keen to see the beam pattern with these LED kits installed in a 7" round headlight found in all sorts of trucks like landcruiser and patrol.

Post up a pic of standard vs LED kits shining on a white wall and if the beam cutoff is good then I could be tempted to part with some cash.

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby jonossiksilvia » Wed May 21, 2014 6:13 pm

can i Please get the sizes and price for each bar size thanks?
Current 4wd: Surf Kzn185 ssrg factory Intercooled (yet to start build)
Past 4wd: toyota surf ln130, coil sas, 1uz v8 build

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Wed May 21, 2014 6:44 pm

smurf182 wrote:
Trundle wrote:The dip rate it determined by the lense not the bulb I just have to check one European std tomorrow but if it complies then they are legal ,
A lot of new Audis etc run led or even lazer head lights ,
We own a Lux output meter so are going to do some comparisons between the h4 high output halogen bulbs and these , they are extremely bright on the bench and rated at 2200 L @100m , They are also the only light on the market with light on top and bottom and reflective cups also ,


Sort of, but the light source be it filament, arc or LED has to be in the right place in relation to the reflector and lens for the beam pattern and dip to be acceptable. This is why drop in HID kits are illegal. I would be very keen to see the beam pattern with these LED kits installed in a 7" round headlight found in all sorts of trucks like landcruiser and patrol.

Post up a pic of standard vs LED kits shining on a white wall and if the beam cutoff is good then I could be tempted to part with some cash.

We had the wof Audit trainer guy have a look at them when he was here last week and he seemed to think they are all the go , il let you know on various vehicles as to the pattern qualities etc

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Wed May 21, 2014 6:45 pm

jonossiksilvia wrote:can i Please get the sizes and price for each bar size thanks?


6" $150
12"$200
25"$280
35"$300
42"$400
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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby jonossiksilvia » Thu May 22, 2014 6:25 pm

Trundle wrote:
jonossiksilvia wrote:can i Please get the sizes and price for each bar size thanks?


6" $150
12"$200
25"$280
35"$300
42"$400
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Hi

WAnting to get 1 but need to measure my truck but wont be able to till weekend.
So these are combo as in mixed spot and flood? Do u have any charts with distance measurements? Are they on off or do they have brightness settings?
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Current 4wd: Surf Kzn185 ssrg factory Intercooled (yet to start build)
Past 4wd: toyota surf ln130, coil sas, 1uz v8 build

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Thu May 22, 2014 6:32 pm

hi there mate they are on off and I have a chart will post a up pics soon
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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby greek_style » Sat May 24, 2014 6:29 pm

hey mate how much would it be to ship a 6" one and a 25" one to wellington cheers stoli :)
and how many lumens are these and what watt chips do they use cheers :)

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Re: Combo beam light bars !!

Postby Trundle » Sat May 24, 2014 8:45 pm

Hi mate our combo beam light bars use epistar leds , the more expensive cobra ones we sell use American made bridgelux leds and chip boards ,
They are 60 watt and 4000 l per plate so a 24 " one is 120 watt and 8000l
Freight would be $20
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