Review by Patrick of http://www.addictedtojeeps.com/

This is my first review of an AuxBeam Lighting product. This light set was sent to me by the AuxBeam marketing team, but this review will be an impartial product evaluation.

INITIAL IMPRESSIONS

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The mount for these lights is a simple, curved piece of aluminum that attaches to the bottom of each light using the supplied bolt, washer and a captured nut already in a channel in the bottom of each light’s housing. As you can see from the images below, this captured nut may be slid along this channel and then its bolt tightened at any spot to allow for some very flexible installation options when trying to fit these lights onto your vehicle.

I mounted these 4 inch LED lights on the corners of my Jeep’s after-market, stubby bumper. The new, lower mounts allowed them to sit very close to the bumper and not block the turn signal lights at all.

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(Note: since I already had wiring, a relay, and switches installed for a planned set of lights on my Jeep’s bumper, I did not use the supplied wiring harness.)

ACTUAL PERFORMANCE

These 4 inch light bars cast a wide, uniform flood pattern that almost overpowers our Jeep Wrangler JK’s stock headlights (with upgraded non-LED bulbs).

Base line: The image below is only the Jeep’s low-beams, reaching out approximately 100 feet.

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FINAL THOUGHTS

Overall, I’m very impressed with these AuxBeam 4 Inch 18 Watt LED Light Bars. They produce a blinding, uniform flood pattern that will be extremely useful for navigating our favorite trails after dark. They are an excellent value, providing a complete wiring harness and instructions for the price that some no-name manufacturers charge for just lights in an empty white box. If you’re looking for a set of affordable, excellent LED flood lights in a small housing that can be mounted almost anywhere, I highly recommend you try out these 4 Inch LED light bars.

(Free shipping, 30 day money-back guarantee, and a 1 year warrantee – I don’t think you can go wrong.)

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