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I was wondering if anyone could recomend any type of off-road lights for me. I was thinking of getting the Blazer lights. But the are only 55watt, and i want like 11-150watts. So if anyone can recomend sme for me i would greatly appreciate it.

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I would recommend Hella lights. They come in many different sizes and shapes to fit your needs...In Rectangular & Round from 5" to 8". Here is the JC whitney website, they also have other brands and include prices. You can order straight from them.
http://www.jcwhitney.com/catsubpic.jhtml?CATID=3219&BQ=jcw2
 

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Walmart has the Blazer lights. I know they come with H3 50 watt bulbs, but if you look closely walmart sells H3 100 watt bulbs for $5/each. You could buy the bulbs and put the 100 watt bulbs in and keep the 55's as spares for when you're on the truck.

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Thanx Britt for the website. I get all the JC Whitney catalouges but I have never saw that page on the net. We order alot of stuff from there too. Well I might just have to buy a pair of those lights. They look pretty nice.

Thanx 79W-150 for telling me I can get new bulbs for those Blazers. If I just dont get arund to ordering the ones off JC Whitney I will have to buy the Blazers and buy the 100watt bulbs for them.

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No problem man. I was lookin at getting them for my truck which is why I knew about the bulbs, 55watts isn't very much in the grand scheme of things, but I wonder how well the Blazer's will hold up to the abuse of offroad?

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Yeah, but i just might have to try them out. Like i said if i dont get those ordered off the net i will buy the Blazers and the 100watt bulbs. If i buy them i will tell ya and i will tell ya how good they hold up to off-roading. Thanx again.
 

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1320, How much do they run per pair? They look good, as does the dual stabilizer.
 

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procomps 6x9 front 8 inch up top 130 watts all the way around under $200 for all 8 light's
 

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I have the procomp 8 inch 130 watt lights on my truck and I love them. I believe they were $65 new and came with wires, relay, and switch.
almost forgot when I had to replace a bulb they said hella on the inside so I guess they are really made by hella.
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On 2002-02-18 22:09, redrider808 wrote:

procomps 6x9 front 8 inch up top 130 watts all the way around under $200 for all 8 light's

where did you get the 8 inch rectangular with 130 watts? i can only find them with 100.
 

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just got 130's for them.from autozone
 

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is your truck extended cab or reg. mine is a reg. and I drilled a hole through the floor board and then took up the plastic trim and ran my wires under it and then through a grommet that was already in the fire wall
 

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I run the explorer procomp stainless steel 6in lights. I think I paid about 80 bucks a pair. I run 2 pair onto my rollbar.
 

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OK, i was the anonymous writer just before, i as at school when i wrote it. I have a Cherokee, so i cant really run them down under the truck. So if any of ya know where to run them on a Cherokee then write me.

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