Whether you are planning to mount your light bar on your truck's roof or in a cargo area, you should first measure the space available to mount your lights. Make sure the car you buy is one inch smaller than the space available, to allow for cooling. A combination light bar will let you mix beam angles and serve the real purpose on job sites. However, if you're only looking to add light to your cargo area, you might consider installing a fixed light bar.
Besides ensuring proper installation, you should also consider the weight of your light bar. If you install it directly on the plastic of your bike, it may shake or flicker, affecting the beam. Therefore, mounting it too low will increase your risk of damaging your light bar. Another important thing to remember when mounting your light bar is to make sure it's mounted on a protected area to avoid any damage. Most bull-guards include a mounting spot that is protected from impact.
LED lights can come in a variety of colors and intensity. LED light bars are rated IP67, making them waterproof. You can find larger bars on the market, but they are expensive. You can get a cheaper option by going with one with deflectors. You can also find LED light bars that last for 50 000 hours. Although cheaper options might be cheaper, they might not last as long.
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