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Lights
1st October 2012, 11:34 AM
www.ledlightco.com.au

We are a direct importer/wholesaler of LED work/reverse lights, driving lights & light bars.

These can be used on anything and have an input voltage of 10 - 30 volts dc. Being fully water and dust proof the uses are endless.

Can be mounted in any position.

I stock a big range of led lights in square or round.
Flood/spread or focus/spot beam patterns available.


We provide a tax invoice with each purchase and will ship same day as payment is received.

Unlike alot of other online businesses, we do actually have a Bricks And Mortar Store where goods may be inspected and purchased. We are generally open 8.3 - 5 Monday to Friday and most Saturdays 9 - 12.


For a comprehensive list and pictures of every product please visit our website.


Cheers,
Paul

MudRunnerTD
1st October 2012, 12:54 PM
Hey Paul,

Nice thread mate.

Guys i know Paul pretty well and often drive with him. When i do the hard and extreme stuff it is often with Paul. He plays hard and has searched for products that will stand up to the kind of abuse that we will give them.

Welcome mate, i hope your Vendors thread gets some traffic.

Cheers MR

Winnie
1st October 2012, 01:01 PM
Unreal pricing! Will definitely keep you in mind when shopping for a work light. Do you find the square or round lights to be better, or are they pretty much the same?

Lights
1st October 2012, 01:33 PM
Thanks MudRunner.

KRISTOFFA - One of my cars runs a round light and the other runs a square. Light output I would say is almost identical. The square housing has a slightly deeper back on it so if wanting to mount it in an area with only a small amount of space then I would go the round. Build quality is the same as is the waterproof rating.

Cheers,
Paul

Irvs
1st October 2012, 05:00 PM
I would think the only technical difference would be better heat dissipation on the square lights as they have more surface area to get rid of heat from.

Excellent thread mate, will be coming back when I'm looking for a light bar

P4trol
1st October 2012, 06:18 PM
Paul,

Can you do the light bar in wide instead of spot?

Lights
1st October 2012, 08:01 PM
Paul,

Can you do the light bar in wide instead of spot?

G'day. I only stock the spot beam in these lightbars.
As with all LED's they are not a pure spot beam unlike a halogen or HID driving light. You still get an amazing spread of light.
Below is an example..
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/a4cb8fb9.jpg

Cheers,
Paul

Bloodyaussie
1st October 2012, 08:17 PM
I so hate you right now... just when i said I would not buy anything else???

Bloodyaussie
6th October 2012, 06:35 PM
I met Paul on Thursday and is a very friendly chap who is a keen 4wd'er .

I ended up going for a 30inch light bar and the discounted forum price was decent discount on the retail price.

He was happy to chat away about his products and 4wding in general and stands by his product.

I have not tested it properly in the field yet but testing during daylight was impressive.
http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x260/jpgpz/IMG_2750.jpg

threedogs
6th October 2012, 07:02 PM
You'll find the "spread" beam on the twin row bars are 30 degrees and "spot are 15 degree
single row are 8 degree but halve lumens and amps etc
You lose light on the spead, most opt for spot beam. Goes out far enough for night driving on bush tracks
not so good on HWY great side vision but

Lights
8th October 2012, 12:15 PM
Good to meet you the other day.
The 30" bar came up a treat. Looks as though it doesn't obstruct your field of view which is a bonus. I bet there will a few more night drives coming up!

threedogs: The beam pattern on our single row lightbars is approximately 25 degree. It all depends on whether or not the light uses a reflector or refractor and also the depth the led is mounted at.
Our single row LED light bars use a 5w cree LED as apposed to the majority of dual rows which use 3w LED's so the current consumption is not quite half and the light output is not half either.
However, there are other manufactures out there still using 3w LED's in there single row lightbars and you are correct in saying the current consumption and light output would be very close to half of a dual row.

Cheers,
Paul

bigguwesty
8th October 2012, 01:50 PM
Hi Paul.
I have sent you a pm regarding the 15W round light


Sent from a device which doesn't always agree with my thumbs...

threedogs
8th October 2012, 04:10 PM
No probs understood single were 5watt, Didn't want to step on toes, one I'm able to get are 8 and 15 degree single row, But I'll butt out.

Bloodyaussie
8th October 2012, 04:22 PM
No probs understood single were 5watt, Didn't want to step on toes, one I'm able to get are 8 and 15 degree single row, But I'll butt out.
Yeah watch it John or I'll come round and make you drink a beer and tell stories!!????

Lights
8th October 2012, 04:42 PM
No probs understood single were 5watt, Didn't want to step on toes, one I'm able to get are 8 and 15 degree single row, But I'll butt out.

All good mate. You haven't stepped on any toes.
I wasn't having a go at you at all in my reply and I'm sorry if it came across that way.

Lights
8th October 2012, 04:46 PM
Hi Paul.
I have sent you a pm regarding the 15W round light


Sent from a device which doesn't always agree with my thumbs...

Thanks for the call today.
I got your pm today (or should I say I noticed that I had one today). Sorry about that.
Let me know how you go with everything and don't forget to shoot me an email.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
9th October 2012, 12:02 PM
Also guys, note that when you go to our website some of the prices will be different (more) to what I have put up on here.
Put your order through as normal and I will override the price and give any refund of over payment straight away. If you have any questions regarding the ordering process (very simple) let me know.

Thanks,
Paul

wildgu6
12th October 2012, 11:10 PM
G'day Paul and welcome mate, and cheers to Dazza for gettin you onboard.
Top thread you got going, great lookin products and pretty damn good pricing.

My dumb Q is, whats the diff' between LED & HID ???

Also Interested in one of these babys..27 Watt Flood Beam Square Housing LED Work Light.
Do i just order through the LED Light Co website ?? Now that was another dumb Q.... I just read how to order.

Great lookin website to by the way, Good work.
Enjoy the forum buddy as well as the sales

Cheers Pete

Lights
15th October 2012, 09:57 AM
G'day Pete.
Sounds like you figured it out. Order off the website and I'll pack and send it for you the same day.

As for the difference between LED & HID..
There are alot of technical differences between the two, however I wont go into explaining the technical side (Conductor material, how semiconductors work, electrons) but give you a couple of points on the two.

LED - Light Emitting Diode. No filament that can burn out or break and last much longer than the arc tubes of HID's. When turned on the light output is instant. A much larger spread of light. Low current draw. No ballast that can fail.

HID - High Intensity Discharge. Have a warm up time of 5 – 15 seconds until reaching maximum brightness. They throw light further into the distance. Can update a set of existing driving lights with an aftermarket kit.

I hope that gives you a bit of an idea.

Cheers,
Paul

wildgu6
15th October 2012, 05:45 PM
Cheers for that Paul,
That was exactly what i was looking for, plain and simple, certainly cleared that up for me,
Will get the order off as soon as poss'.
Might even get down there one day to say G'day, lived there for about 20yrs before jumping the border.

Stay safe mate, Enjoy

Lights
16th October 2012, 09:24 AM
No worries Pete.
Anyone is always welcome to come into the shop, take a look around and have a chat.

Lights
16th October 2012, 09:25 AM
Just arrived..
LED flex lights. 3W and 5W available.
Check our website for more pictures, information and specs.
http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-reading-lights/

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/P1060054__72067_1348661888_1280_1280_zps0e80f44b.j pg

bigguwesty
17th October 2012, 01:29 PM
Well I paid for 2 15W square lights yesterday morning.. received them about half hour ago.. Great service..
And top light. Solid construction.. And bright as..
Very happy and look great on my work light mount..


Cheers from Westy

Westy's Accessories.

Lights
18th October 2012, 08:36 AM
Thanks Westy.
Glad you're happy with them. They will compliment your light mounts nicely.

Thanks again mate.

bigguwesty
19th October 2012, 09:32 AM
Just spotted this in the local rag
http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/images/imported/2012/10/72.jpg
So Paul's pricing is 1/2... Great work mate


Kallen Westbrook
Owner of
Westy's Accessories (http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/showthread.php?15134-Westy-s-Accessories.-A-small-back-yard-builder.)

Lights
1st November 2012, 03:12 PM
G'day guys.
We now have in stock 10" lightbars. Perfect for mounting where space is at a premium!
Check our website for specs and pricing.

Cheers,
Paul

Bloodyaussie
1st November 2012, 04:09 PM
Oh you are a pr!ck Paul..... need some more gear off you soon but have to take care of some other stuff first......... why do you tempt me so!!!!

Lights
2nd November 2012, 09:55 AM
Sorry mate.
Just letting you guys know of another great product we are now stocking :biggrin:

Lights
7th November 2012, 02:18 PM
..........

wildgu6
7th November 2012, 04:27 PM
Haven't forgotten about making the order Paul, just been out of work, when get back on top of things, will get the order off.

Cheers Pete


Tappn the App Beers on Tap

Lights
8th November 2012, 09:01 AM
Not a problem Pete. Whenever you're ready.
We always have plenty of stock on hand, ready to send out.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
9th November 2012, 08:10 AM
All Aurora lightbars come with a full wiring harness (including relay) and two pairs of mounting brackets.

We can also supply O-style mounts for mounting directly to bullbars with no mounting tabs required. Various sizes available.

Cheers,
Paul

DX grunt
5th January 2013, 10:37 AM
All Aurora lightbars come with a full wiring harness (including relay) and two pairs of mounting brackets.

We can also supply O-style mounts for mounting directly to bullbars with no mounting tabs required. Various sizes available.

Cheers,
Paul

If I wanted to mount a light bar on the cab roof of my ute, how would I do it, and which product/s would you recommend to do it?

Rossco

growler2058
5th January 2013, 10:44 AM
If I wanted to mount a light bar on the cab roof of my ute, how would I do it, and which product/s would you recommend to do it?

Rossco

Maybe a single bar roof rack rocky

DX grunt
5th January 2013, 10:49 AM
Maybe a single bar roof rack rocky

I understand what a single bar roof rack is....but..... rocky?????

DX grunt
5th January 2013, 11:08 AM
Hi Paul, again.

This is what I'm thinking of....

I have the IPF 900 driving lights (both spot) with the chrome front, (these ones take an H3 halogen lamp), on the bull bar and was thinking of mounting a 40" Aurora light bar on the cab roof.

I've checked your website out and have chosen the 40" because of the 1600m, projectable light distance.

I live/drive on mainly long, flat country roads, and the long distance the light projects is my reason for choice.

Let me know your thoughts on this combination. I'm open to suggestions.

Rossco

bigguwesty
5th January 2013, 11:41 AM
I think you'll be happy with the 40". My father fitted on to his truck (I mean truck) and recons its absolutely ridiculous. It out does his rally 4000's...



Kallen Westbrook
Owner of
Westy's Accessories (http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/showthread.php?15134-Westy-s-Accessories.-A-small-back-yard-builder.)

the evil twin
5th January 2013, 12:20 PM
Agree with Westy (and his Dad)... Since you last saw my truck I have put a 40" single row in place of the HID Roo Lites. I put it on the Roo bar not the roof but that is of little consequence for what you mention.

The light bar is sooooo much better in practical terms that I am kicking myself for not doing it sooner.

Bloodyaussie
5th January 2013, 12:39 PM
I have had a 30inch on for some months now and the light is inpressive..... I really dont know why I would bother with your normal spotties anymore

MudRunnerTD
5th January 2013, 03:37 PM
I am running a 42" bar on the roof over the B pillar. It's simply awesome. I will admit though you kind of get used to that level of light and want more....... Until you have to turn it off for oncoming or something..... Then OMG! Pitch Black!

I would say though I am looking to fit some 170s spots on the front bar with maybe some 55 hid to penetrate the middle of my field a little more.

It really is Liquid Light though. Love it.

Lights
7th January 2013, 12:05 PM
Hi Paul, again.

This is what I'm thinking of....

I have the IPF 900 driving lights (both spot) with the chrome front, (these ones take an H3 halogen lamp), on the bull bar and was thinking of mounting a 40" Aurora light bar on the cab roof.

I've checked your website out and have chosen the 40" because of the 1600m, projectable light distance.

I live/drive on mainly long, flat country roads, and the long distance the light projects is my reason for choice.

Let me know your thoughts on this combination. I'm open to suggestions.

Rossco

G'day Rossco.
Thanks for your enquiry.

The amount of light the 40" Aurora LED lightbar emits, will more or less make your other lights non existent. This includes your spotties! At 19600 lumens of light they are amazing.
The use of quality 5w led's and the reflector design gives you an even light all over. Like Darren (MudRunnerTD) said, it is like liquid light.

As for mounting, well there are many ways this can be done. The simplest and tidiest setup would be to run a single rack for the lightbar. If you can find something that sits nice and low it will make for a nice and slimlime setup. Otherwise if the rack sits high enough you have the option to mount the lightbar underneath the rack.
They come with two different sizes for the mounting feet so you will have an option that best suits your needs.

If you have any further questions let me know.

Cheers,
Paul

DX grunt
7th January 2013, 12:09 PM
G'day Rossco.
Thanks for your enquiry.

The amount of light the 40" Aurora LED lightbar emits, will more or less make your other lights non existent. This includes your spotties! At 19600 lumens of light they are amazing.
The use of quality 5w led's and the reflector design gives you an even light all over. Like Darren (MudRunnerTD) said, it is like liquid light.

As for mounting, well there are many ways this can be done. The simplest and tidiest setup would be to run a single rack for the lightbar. If you can find something that sits nice and low it will make for a nice and slimlime setup. Otherwise if the rack sits high enough you have the option to mount the lightbar underneath the rack.
They come with two different sizes for the mounting feet so you will have an option that best suits your needs.

If you have any further questions let me know.

Cheers,
Paul

If I mount it on the 'roof rack', how much light will reflect on the white bonnet? Is it going to be a hazard to me?

What about if I mount it on top of the pod? Will the same thing occur?

Rossco

Lights
7th January 2013, 12:23 PM
I have a 30" mounted on my Sierra, DIRECTLY above the windscreen. Actually it's on the windscreen surround! It does light the bonnet up and I originally thought it might annoy me but it's fine for me. The advantage you have is that you can position the light back further than I could and this will allow you to eliminate the majority (if not all) of the light that could reflect off the bonnet. It won't be an issue. There are plenty of people out there now running lightbars on the roof with no issues whatsoever.

Cheers,
Paul

MudRunnerTD
7th January 2013, 12:40 PM
If I mount it on the 'roof rack', how much light will reflect on the white bonnet? Is it going to be a hazard to me?

What about if I mount it on top of the pod? Will the same thing occur?

Rossco


Hey Rossco,

i have mine over my B Pillar on the GQ and i have Zero reflection on the Bonnet. Darkness. The light just misses the top of the bull bar and i have no dark patch in front of the car at all. If you were to mount it to the front of your Pod above the roof of your cab it would be in the same position as mine. Great spot. To make sure it is on and working i look at the top of my Snorkel and the light reflects of that.


Cheers MR

Winnie
7th January 2013, 12:49 PM
Hey Rossco,

i have mine over my B Pillar on the GQ and i have Zero reflection on the Bonnet. Darkness. The light just misses the top of the bull bar and i have no dark patch in front of the car at all. If you were to mount it to the front of your Pod above the roof of your cab it would be in the same position as mine. Great spot. To make sure it is on and working i look at the top of my Snorkel and the light reflects of that.


Cheers MR

As if you can't tell by the fact that you've got almost 20,000 lumens in front of you?? Hahahaha

DX grunt
7th January 2013, 12:58 PM
As if you can't tell by the fact that you've got almost 20,000 lumens in front of you?? Hahahaha

What you've just said means 'squat' to me - I'm not an electrical nurd. lol

I love pics and vids. That's what's leaning me towards buying the stuff. Plus with the potential of 1600m distance, it is perfect for the long stretches of country driving that I do.

Winnie
7th January 2013, 01:29 PM
He said he looks at his snorkel to make sure it's on. I was a smart ass and said as if you can't tell just by looking in front of you? Haha got it now??

Bloggsy
7th January 2013, 01:41 PM
What you've just said means 'squat' to me - I'm not an electrical nurd. lol

I love pics and vids. That's what's leaning me towards buying the stuff. Plus with the potential of 1600m distance, it is perfect for the long stretches of country driving that I do.

Ross, Did you check out my pics on the WPC Forum? That's one of Paul's 30" single row light bars (not the Aurora ones), so not as bright what your looking at, but perfect for what I want. Mine is mounted on the roof coming off the front of a Rhino Sportz bar with some brackets and just forward of the B pillar. The only reflection I am getting is off the antennas on the bullbar, but that doesn't bother me.

MudRunnerTD
7th January 2013, 01:55 PM
Believe it or not you get used to the amount of light and look for more. I have seriously a number of times checked to to make sure its all on!!!!! Spoilt for light.

Rossco i am considering fitting some 170 Lightforce with 55W HID conversion in 2 Spots to the front of mine to give me a bit more straight down the guts for those long flat drives mate. The LED Light bar will take care of the Shoulders and you will see anything sitting on the road or beside it for a loooong way but i would like a little more straight out the front....Cause i can ;)

Winnie
7th January 2013, 02:26 PM
I've got lightforce 170s with HID but can't remember if I got 55W or 75W hahaha, bloody bright as, got one spread one spot and don't reckon I need any more lights

DX grunt
7th January 2013, 03:55 PM
don't reckon I need any more lights

Well don't say any more then! lol

Just Kidding. Of course I appreciate your input. I still didn't get your last quote. lol

Bloodyaussie
7th January 2013, 05:18 PM
I've got lightforce 170s with HID but can't remember if I got 55W or 75W hahaha, bloody bright as, got one spread one spot and don't reckon I need any more lights

Thats what someone without a light bar would say... just like a motorcyclist who says why would you need anything bigger than a 250cc

MudRunnerTD
7th January 2013, 05:20 PM
Thats what someone without a light bar would say... just like a motorcyclist who says why would you need anything bigger than a 250cc

Exactly RIGHT!

Winnie
7th January 2013, 05:25 PM
I know but if I don't think I need one then that's more money saved! Hahaha =]

GUIIIpatrol
24th February 2013, 04:40 PM
G'day. I only stock the spot beam in these lightbars.
As with all LED's they are not a pure spot beam unlike a halogen or HID driving light. You still get an amazing spread of light.
Below is an example..
http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/a4cb8fb9.jpg

Cheers,
Paul


What setup is used in this picture please Paul?

Bloodyaussie
24th February 2013, 05:18 PM
What setup is used in this picture please Paul?

I think that might be the same as mine and that is the 30inch...... ???? not 100% but it is not smaller than that.

GUIIIpatrol
24th February 2013, 06:01 PM
Another question, has any one seen an angled pair that could be mounted on the slanted parts of a bullbar? So that the LED's were mounted like in a step pattern so the light would still go forward but the housing would fit the profile of the bullbar.

Thanks for the reply Bloodyaussie.

MudRunnerTD
24th February 2013, 06:08 PM
The great thing about a LED Light bar is that it has an Amazing Spread on it. I dont think you would need to place 2 on angles like that. 1 in the middle between the 2 stanchions would be perfect.

If you really wanted to do that then maybe a couple of 12" LED bars for each side and a larger one in the middle but not sure you'd need it mate? There is No Ht spot in a Light bar field and it is a great spread as you can see above.

Lights
25th February 2013, 09:12 AM
What setup is used in this picture please Paul?

Hi. The picture is of a 40" lightbar. It has a total of 9600 lumens.
Alternatively you have the option of the Aurora light bars. Yes, they are more expensive however they have double the lumen output if comparing the same length bar. So the 20" has 9800 lumens.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
25th February 2013, 09:17 AM
Another question, has any one seen an angled pair that could be mounted on the slanted parts of a bullbar? So that the LED's were mounted like in a step pattern so the light would still go forward but the housing would fit the profile of the bullbar.

Thanks for the reply Bloodyaussie.

Personally I think you would be better off with one longer light bar in the middle. This will also give you more penetration of light (distance). One mounted on either side is a great setup however better suited as flood lights off to the side as opposed to a forward facing light.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
27th February 2013, 11:14 AM
Due to our increased buying power we have a price plunge on single row light bars using CREE LED's..

10" $90
20" $150
30" $250
40" $290

As with all of our products we will still be sending these out with FREE FREIGHT!

Cheers,
Paul

PutPut
28th February 2013, 12:02 AM
Hey man, prices look good. I went to your website and got lost :( I am confused with the price difference for the advertised light bar on here for $290 and one on your site for $850 or something is there a big difference in the quality of build? What reflector tech do you use?. Also do you have any lights where the brackets are alloy like the bars or other HIDs? I have found with the mix of both alloy and steel everything goes rusty in between and ceases up after a while. My last set I got ripped on as it wasnt covered by a warranty and the brackets were cheap chinese stuff. Oh and what cree thing is it? 3 or 5w. sorry for all the questions. I rather buy 1 bar for $800 with a decent warranty that will last me a while if a better build than buy a cheaper one 2 or 3 times. but tempting to buy a few at this price and just change them up when I knock em around.

bigguwesty
28th February 2013, 05:04 PM
Hey man, prices look good. I went to your website and got lost :( I am confused with the price difference for the advertised light bar on here for $290 and one on your site for $850 or something is there a big difference in the quality of build? What reflector tech do you use?. Also do you have any lights where the brackets are alloy like the bars or other HIDs? I have found with the mix of both alloy and steel everything goes rusty in between and ceases up after a while. My last set I got ripped on as it wasnt covered by a warranty and the brackets were cheap chinese stuff. Oh and what cree thing is it? 3 or 5w. sorry for all the questions. I rather buy 1 bar for $800 with a decent warranty that will last me a while if a better build than buy a cheaper one 2 or 3 times. but tempting to buy a few at this price and just change them up when I knock em around.

I think the site gets updated slowely. Best to call him and Paul will sort out a great member deal and free postage.

Kallen Westbrook
Owner of
Westy's Accessories (http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/showthread.php?15134-Westy-s-Accessories.-A-small-back-yard-builder.)

PutPut
28th February 2013, 06:49 PM
I have no doubt he will give a great price for a member..... My concern is not a price point it is a quality one. As I said I dont mind paying the 7 to 8 hundred like some of the others are charging if I know the product will last. $290 for a 40 inch light bar is a good price my worry is how long will it last? What is it made of? Are you guys involved in the engineering or merely a distributor? The brackets not being rude look weaker than 2 blocks of lego cemented by my 2 year old sons poo poo. I like i am sure every other user of this forum am simply looking for the best deal as a consumer..... as I said quality over dollars any day.

twisty
28th February 2013, 07:17 PM
I've considered driving lights before but couldn't justify the prices. Now I can!

I understand the laws are; an even number of forward facing lights (six max) and not above original light height. Is this right? Or am I just taking the fun out of it?

I don't do a lot of night driving and I don't think I need tar melting bunny burners. My brakes work and stopping from 100kph takes about 100 metres (on dry tar) so seeing that extra 900 metres isn't really needed. But those grey grasshoppers can be hard to see, waiting to pounce in front of me to test my reaction time! From what others have said I think 6000-8000lm should be enough.

So would you recommend a pair of 35 Watt LED LAMP x 16 LED (the square ones), or a pair of 10' light bars? Output is about the same with colour temp 5000K and 6000K (does this make much difference?).

Either way, LED driving lights for under $200, hard to pass up!

MudRunnerTD
28th February 2013, 09:22 PM
Hi PutPut, Paul is a very good friend of mine. He is a Hard Core 4wder at the Extreme end of our hobby. He sells a heap of high quality lights. I know his Aurora light Bars are high end.

Paul did Allot of research and r&d before settling on a range of LED bars. Nothing that Paul is selling is comparable to the eBay Junk.

I will send him a message and ask him to drop in here and further explain his current special as your questions are reasonable.

I assure you though Paul has a Shop Front business selling TV Antennas and fitting supplies and is in the Import /export business and is very well connected there. Paul sells heaps of his gear here and all over MudRhino Forum too where the Membership expect the Best.

Cheers MR

Lights
1st March 2013, 09:49 AM
Thanks for the questions guys. I will attempt to reply to every one of them. If there is one that I have missed please let me know..


Hey man, prices look good. I went to your website and got lost :( I am confused with the price difference for the advertised light bar on here for $290 and one on your site for $850 or something is there a big difference in the quality of build? What reflector tech do you use?. Also do you have any lights where the brackets are alloy like the bars or other HIDs? I have found with the mix of both alloy and steel everything goes rusty in between and ceases up after a while. My last set I got ripped on as it wasnt covered by a warranty and the brackets were cheap chinese stuff. Oh and what cree thing is it? 3 or 5w. sorry for all the questions. I rather buy 1 bar for $800 with a decent warranty that will last me a while if a better build than buy a cheaper one 2 or 3 times. but tempting to buy a few at this price and just change them up when I knock em around.

Hi PutPut. No need to apologise for the questions.
We sell two different brands of light bars. The Aurora's which are one of the best single row 5w light bars on the market and a cheaper version. Customers want different products/prices so we cater for that.
Under our 'Categories' you will find 'Aurora LED Light Bars' and for the cheaper alternative take a look under 'LED Light Bars'.
The stainless used in the manufacture of the brackets for the work lights, is not high grade 316L and they are not guaranteed to remain corrosion free forever. The body is made of powder coated aluminium alloy, which stands up exceptionally well on motor vehicles but could become flakey when the primary use is on a fishing boat.
I have sold many of these lights to recreational fisherman and also to commercial operators. So far they have all been more than happy to replace them, IF the need arises, as opposed to paying $400-$600 per light.
We are not the manufacturer nor are we engineers. However, we are a family run company with over 35 years of experience in the electronics industry. That is not combined experience either. We have been importing electronic goods for over 20 years and understand the needs for quality goods. We like to work on the principle of, if we wouldn't use it ourselves we won't sell it. All of our products are tested on our own vehicles before we import them and if we are not happy with the product (regardless of price or manufacturer) we don't bring it in.

The majority of our work lights use 3w CREE LED's.
The Aurora light bars use Osram Oslon LED chips.
As you've probably figured out, if you want the best, Aurora is the way to go. To give you a bit of an idea take a look at this video http://youtu.be/IXw-8Ad1sm0

What you also need to take into consideration is the amount of light output each bar is offering. To save you the hassle of looking each one up individually I'll put a brief summary below.

10" 2400 lumens 10" Aurora 4800 lumens
20" 4800 lumens 20" Aurora 9800 lumens
30" 7200 lumens 30" Aurora 14800 lumens
40" 9600 lumens 40" Aurora 19600 lumens
50" Aurora 24600 lumens



I've considered driving lights before but couldn't justify the prices. Now I can!

I understand the laws are; an even number of forward facing lights (six max) and not above original light height. Is this right? Or am I just taking the fun out of it?

I don't do a lot of night driving and I don't think I need tar melting bunny burners. My brakes work and stopping from 100kph takes about 100 metres (on dry tar) so seeing that extra 900 metres isn't really needed. But those grey grasshoppers can be hard to see, waiting to pounce in front of me to test my reaction time! From what others have said I think 6000-8000lm should be enough.

So would you recommend a pair of 35 Watt LED LAMP x 16 LED (the square ones), or a pair of 10' light bars? Output is about the same with colour temp 5000K and 6000K (does this make much difference?).

Either way, LED driving lights for under $200, hard to pass up!

Hi twisty.
I have sold a number of 35w LED lights to some guys that do alot of Navruns etc. They have roof mounted them and angled them out to the side slightly and are more than happy with the performance. In terms of distance, personally, I wouldn't use them as a driving light.
In my honest opinion you would be better off with a light bar. It is a bit of a grey area in terms of running them in pairs. Myself and many others have not had any issues.
Depending on your mounting options, obviously will change what light will suit your requirements.


I hope I have answered all questions.
If anybody has anymore please do not hesitate to ask or get in contact with me.

Best regards,
Paul

PutPut
4th March 2013, 02:09 PM
Thanks for the reply mate. Sorry to ask all the questions I am merely trying to get a proper understanding what was on offer for such a great price I didnt want to confuse the product.

bigguwesty
4th March 2013, 04:08 PM
Thanks for the reply mate. Sorry to ask all the questions I am merely trying to get a proper understanding what was on offer for such a great price I didnt want to confuse the product.

Don't be sorry mate. You have probably helped others out to.

Kallen Westbrook
Owner of
Westy's Accessories (http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/showthread.php?15134-Westy-s-Accessories.-A-small-back-yard-builder.)

Lights
5th March 2013, 10:17 AM
As I said PutPut, no need to be sorry mate. I'm more than happy to answer any questions people have regarding the products I sell.
It's all part of the service.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
18th March 2013, 04:44 PM
We have a new shipment of 20", 30" and 40" CREE LED light bars. These are now available in a combo beam pattern.
All sizes from 10" to 40" in stock.

Paul

Lights
9th April 2013, 10:09 AM
New shipment of stock and an even larger order means great things.
Price drop on single row, 5w Aurora LED light bars.

6" $158
10" $200
20" $395
30" $599
40" $695
50" $895

These prices include free delivery Australia wide.

We take any method of payment and offer same day shipping. All lightbars in stock ready for immediate delivery.

For all specifications and pictures see http://www.ledlightco.com.au/aurora-led-light-bars/

Paul

healy
9th April 2013, 06:55 PM
Thanks for the light bar mate can't wait to test it out looks great

Lights
10th April 2013, 09:15 AM
No problems healy. Glad we could help you out and I hope you get plenty of use out of the light!
Best of luck with the Patrol.

Cheers,
Paul

Dirk Diggler
10th April 2013, 08:05 PM
The auroras look like a close copy of the rigid's, might have to pick up a couple!

MudRunnerTD
10th April 2013, 09:32 PM
Hey Paul I posted this in the Pimp Healys ride thread but thought I'd post here to mate.


So Paul kindly supported the recent rebuild of Healys GU with a very generous donation of a quality 10" light bar for use as a camp light / reverse light! Kick butt reverse light!!

28097

Thanks Paul and please thank your dad Peter too for your support mate.

LED Light Co is Family owned and run and has an actual store front in Geelong.

Good on you mate.

28098

Lights
11th April 2013, 08:45 AM
Thanks Darren.
Was more than happy to help a forum member out. Let's hope Healy has many years of trouble free motoring.
A very impressive contribution from all forum members that helped out on the day also. It's great to see there are still great people around.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
11th April 2013, 08:50 AM
The auroras look like a close copy of the rigid's, might have to pick up a couple!

They are one of the best, if not the best light bar on the market.
If you are close by or would like to make a trip down you are more than welcome to come in. We have everything you see on the website in stock, lots of products on display and happy for you to take the products outside to see where/how/if they will be suitable for your vehicle.
Always great to have forum members coming in even if it's just for a chat.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
13th April 2013, 08:35 AM
Guys, first in best dressed on the below deal..

40" double row Aurora light bar $600.
50" double row Aurora light bar $750.

Very limited stock available!

Cheers,
Paul

Swampy
13th April 2013, 09:26 AM
Awesome pricing, can u please tell me if they are 3 or 5 watt? Thanks

Lights
13th April 2013, 09:50 AM
Hi Swampy.
The double row Aurora's are a 3w LED. The single row Aurora's are a 5w LED.

By the way, that price includes shipping.

Thanks,
Paul

MEGOMONSTER
13th April 2013, 03:38 PM
Hi Swampy.
The double row Aurora's are a 3w LED. The single row Aurora's are a 5w LED.

By the way, that price includes shipping.

Thanks,
Paul

Even though the double 3w has more LED, but does the 5w put out as much light in the single. Just interested in what your thought is. Or details.

Lights
14th April 2013, 07:39 PM
Hi Megomonster.
The 3w double row Aurora's have 14400 lumens and the 5w single row Aurora's have 19600 lumens.
So obviously a difference however the double rows at $600 are amazing value.

Cheers,
Paul

Swampy
14th April 2013, 08:53 PM
Thanks for the reply, are you able to get the 5 watt double row? And if so how much can you do them for? Thanks

MEGOMONSTER
14th April 2013, 09:04 PM
Hi Megomonster.
The 3w double row Aurora's have 14400 lumens and the 5w single row Aurora's have 19600 lumens.
So obviously a difference however the double rows at $600 are amazing value.

Cheers,
Paul

Wow, thanks Paul, I thought it would be the case but not by that much.

At $695 for a 40" single row 5w Aurora is just as good a value, if not better.

Lights
15th April 2013, 08:52 AM
Thanks for the reply, are you able to get the 5 watt double row? And if so how much can you do them for? Thanks

Hi Swampy.
I don't stock the 5w double row. I can get them in for you and I've got an order in place at the moment so could possibly add to my order however as it is not a line I normally stock I would require a deposit.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
1st July 2013, 10:00 AM
Just arrived new range of LED light bars.

LIGHT BAR 14" 60 WATT 6 X 10 WATT CREE LED'S COMBO BEAM $135

A high light output Light Bar at an affordable price

10W X 6 Cree LEDs 5400lm
Colour Temperature 6000-6500K
Working Voltage DC 9V-32VDC
Current Draw 4.26 amps at 12V. 2.2 amps at 24V
Operating Temperature minus 30 to + 50 Degrees C.
Waterproof grade IP67
Body material : Diecast Aluminium
Lens material : PC (polycarbonate)
Beam angle 8 (Spot) and 120 degree (Flood) = Combination
LED life 30,000 + Hr
Totally electrically Protected against RFI/EMC interference (Radio Noise)
Bolts in Stainless Steel
Double Insulated Cable
These produce a massive amount of light and are virtually indestructible.
Can be mounted in a multitude of positions with brackets supplied.

LIGHT BAR 22" 100 WATT 10 X 10 WATT CREE CHIPS COMBO BEAM $175

A high light output Light Bar at an affordable price

10W X 10 Cree LEDs 9000lm
Colour Temperature 6000-6500K
Working Voltage DC 9V-32VDC
Current Draw 7.1 amps at 12V. 3.6 amps at 24V
Operating Temperature minus 30 to + 50 Degrees C.
Waterproof grade IP67
Body material : Diecast Aluminium
Lens material : PC (polycarbonate)
Beam angle 8 (Spot) and 120 degree (Flood) = Combination
LED life 30,000 + Hr
Totally electrically Protected against RFI/EMC interference (Radio Noise)
Bolts in Stainless Steel
Double Insulated Cable
These produce a massive amount of light and are virtually indestructible.
Can be mounted in a multitude of positions with brackets supplied.


LIGHT BAR 30" 140 WATT 14 X 10 WATT CREE CHIPS COMBO BEAM $349

A high light output Light Bar at an affordable price

10W X 14 Cree LEDs 12600lm
Colour Temperature 6000-6500K
Working Voltage DC 9V-32VDC
Current Draw 9.94 amps at 12V. 4.98 amps at 24V
Operating Temperature minus 30 to + 50 Degrees C.
Waterproof grade IP67
Body material : Diecast Aluminium
Lens material : PC (polycarbonate)
Beam angle 8 (Spot) and 120 degree (Flood) = Combination
LED life 30,000 + Hr
Totally electrically Protected against RFI/EMC interference (Radio Noise)
Bolts in Stainless Steel
Double Insulated Cable
These produce a massive amount of light and are virtually indestructible.
Can be mounted in a multitude of positions with brackets supplied.


LIGHT BAR 42" 200 WATT 20 X 10 WATT CREE CHIPS COMBO BEAM $435

A high light output Light Bar at an affordable price

10W X 20 Cree LEDs 18000lm
Colour Temperature 6000-6500K
Working Voltage DC 9V-32VDC
Current Draw 14.2 amps at 12V. 7.1 amps at 24V
Operating Temperature minus 30 to + 50 Degrees C.
Waterproof grade IP67
Body material : Diecast Aluminium
Lens material : PC (polycarbonate)
Beam angle 8 (Spot) and 120 degree (Flood) = Combination
LED life 30,000 + Hr
Totally electrically Protected against RFI/EMC interference (Radio Noise)
Bolts in Stainless Steel
Double Insulated Cable
These produce a massive amount of light and are virtually indestructible.
Can be mounted in a multitude of positions with brackets supplied.


LIGHT BAR 50" 240 WATT 24 X 10 WATT CREE CHIPS COMBO BEAM $499

A high light output Light Bar at an affordable price

10W X 24 Cree LEDs 22000lm
Colour Temperature 6000-6500K
Working Voltage DC 9V-32VDC
Current Draw 17 amps at 12V. 8.5 amps at 24V
Operating Temperature minus 30 to + 50 Degrees C.
Waterproof grade IP67
Body material : Diecast Aluminium
Lens material : PC (polycarbonate)
Beam angle 8 (Spot) and 120 degree (Flood) = Combination
LED life 30,000 + Hr
Totally electrically Protected against RFI/EMC interference (Radio Noise)
Bolts in Stainless Steel
Double Insulated Cable
These produce a massive amount of light and are virtually indestructible.
Can be mounted in a multitude of positions with brackets supplied.

Contact me to place an order and I will over ride the price on our website and also send your order out freight free.

Ben-e-boy
1st July 2013, 12:35 PM
Hi,
What kind of housing are these in?I have seen a few in mining applications up to 7 inch and they weigh more than my 22inch 5w as they have a large heat sink and housing. These dont look any where near the size, how well do they dissipate the heat.

Cheers
Ben

Lights
1st July 2013, 02:14 PM
Hi Ben and thanks for your enquiry.
The housing is made of diecast aluminium. There is a picture of the dimensions of these lights on our website with each 10w lightbar however the body is 76.39mm high and 86.5mm deep. The pictures do not give a good indication of the size of these lights.
They are not small like a typical 5w lightbar housing. There are some small 10w lightbars available however our manufacturer is staying away from this design at the moment after testing some and the housing becoming very hot. LED's will last a very long time providing they are kept cool and the heat generated is dissipated appropriately hence the bigger housing.
$$ for lumen output they are great.

Cheers,
Paul

vxcruiser08
11th July 2013, 07:55 PM
Just ordered a set from Paul for my Prado (don't hurt me). 2 x 10" & 1 x 20" both single row Aurora 5w led bars. Paul was extremely helpful and answered many of my questions promptly.

Will post a some photos of the setup once it's all in!

AB
3rd August 2013, 07:36 AM
Hi everyone, Paul has now become a basic vendor sponsor so please welcome him to the forum and best of luck with your products mate!

NissanGQ4.2
3rd August 2013, 08:23 AM
Welcome Paul, good to see you jump on board as a paid vendor :)

Lights
3rd August 2013, 08:30 AM
Thanks guys.
If there is anything at all I can help anyone with or answer any questions let me know. Always happy to help.

Thanks again,
Paul

bigguwesty
3rd August 2013, 09:14 AM
Good to see mate

Kallen Westbrook
Owner of
Westy's Accessories (http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/showthread.php?15134-Westy-s-Accessories.-A-small-back-yard-builder.)

MudRunnerTD
3rd August 2013, 09:15 AM
Do you sell Lights?

Drewboyaus
3rd August 2013, 09:26 AM
Do you sell Lights?

Boom-tish!


Tip tip tip......tap tap tap....

Ben-e-boy
3rd August 2013, 09:33 AM
Do you sell Lights?


He sells long arms :p

Lights
3rd August 2013, 09:49 AM
I sell tyres Darren..
x6 37" BFG Krawlers to be exact.

Ohh, and I sell lights every now and then :wink:

MudRunnerTD
3rd August 2013, 09:55 AM
I sell tyres Darren..
x6 37" BFG Krawlers to be exact.

Ohh, and I sell lights every now and then :wink:


And! ANYTHING to do with getting a great TV reception ;) need a TV aerial or coax, terminals, cables, hdmi, digital, ANYTHING! Paul is your man!

gingerboy
3rd August 2013, 11:49 AM
Hi Paul,
I'm toying with fitting some of the LED light strips on the interior of my 09 GU right side barn door and have seen a kit for sale on EBay which has everything you need. Do you sell these as well or do you sell/recommend the strips and other necessary parts separately?
Cheers.

Lights
5th August 2013, 09:12 AM
Hi Paul,
I'm toying with fitting some of the LED light strips on the interior of my 09 GU right side barn door and have seen a kit for sale on EBay which has everything you need. Do you sell these as well or do you sell/recommend the strips and other necessary parts separately?
Cheers.

Thanks for your enquiry.
We do not sell a kit which includes everything with our light strips. The main reason for this is there are many ways in which lights can be connected and everybody has a different idea/reason as to how they want things done.
We do have a wiring harness that we sell with some of our lightbars which you could use, however some small amount of modification may be required depending on your application.
There are two harnesses available. One with switch and fuse for $17 and the other with switch, fuse and relay for $24 (normally $29).
We also have an LED strip available that can be cut every three LED's allowing you to custom make a length. They are not on our website at the moment but I can do these for between $13 to $19. Price is dependant on how many LED's you want per length.

If you have any further questions let me know.

Cheers,
Paul

Drewboyaus
24th September 2013, 02:33 PM
Dropped in to see Paul today after catching up with some clients in Geelong and picked up a ripper 35W LED work lamp for a great price while I was there. Can't wait to mount it up....
Thanks Paul. I'll be back!
Cheers,
Drew.

MudRunnerTD
24th September 2013, 03:51 PM
Dropped in to see Paul today after catching up with some clients in Geelong and picked up a ripper 35W LED work lamp for a great price while I was there. Can't wait to mount it up....
Thanks Paul. I'll be back!
Cheers,
Drew.

How's his beard Drew!!!! Insane!!!!

Bloody ugly bum!

Drewboyaus
24th September 2013, 04:37 PM
How's his beard Drew!!!! Insane!!!!

Bloody ugly bum!

I reckon Kris could use Paul's photo as his avatar instead of Ned!!
Its a ripper!

NissanGQ4.2
24th September 2013, 05:33 PM
And! ANYTHING to do with getting a great TV reception ;) need a TV aerial or coax, terminals, cables, hdmi, digital, ANYTHING! Paul is your man!

Cool..........Paul next time you're in Sydney can you swing pass my place and fix my TV reception. Digital TV was the worse thing they ever done...... Pixilation, Dropouts it really su!ks. I want my analogue back!

Lights
30th September 2013, 01:30 PM
Dropped in to see Paul today after catching up with some clients in Geelong and picked up a ripper 35W LED work lamp for a great price while I was there. Can't wait to mount it up....
Thanks Paul. I'll be back!
Cheers,
Drew.

Thanks Drew. It was nice to meet you and have a chat.
For the price and light output you cant go wrong!

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
30th September 2013, 01:32 PM
Cool..........Paul next time you're in Sydney can you swing pass my place and fix my TV reception. Digital TV was the worse thing they ever done...... Pixilation, Dropouts it really su!ks. I want my analogue back!

Send me a pm with some details and basic description of your setup and problems and I will be more than happy to give you some information on how to fix your problem.
Also let me know your suburb and postcode via pm.

Thanks,
Paul

bigguwesty
30th September 2013, 03:31 PM
Was going to call you then I checked my wallet.. Wife stole the dam cc again..

Lights
30th September 2013, 03:52 PM
Bugger mate.
Whenever you're ready give me a call. Hope everything's going well for you!

Cheers

Lights
28th November 2013, 09:53 AM
While stocks last..

10" flood or spot beam light bar $82 delivered!
Specs and pictures in below link.
http://www.ledlightco.com.au/light-bar-10-30-watt-6-x-5-watt-cree-chips-flood-beam/

Lights
29th November 2013, 09:44 AM
We have had a new shipment arrive today. First new product is an 18w mini light bar. Forum price is $23.75 including free shipping!

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/Random/18w_zps3f5c9cbd.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/Random/18w_zps3f5c9cbd.jpg.html)

bigguwesty
29th November 2013, 10:27 AM
We have had a new shipment arrive today. First new product is an 18w mini light bar. Forum price is $23.75 including free shipping!

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/Random/18w_zps3f5c9cbd.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/Random/18w_zps3f5c9cbd.jpg.html)

Very cool. How long is this??

Lights
29th November 2013, 11:39 AM
Hi Kallen.
The 18w lights are 160mm long 60mm deep and 45mm high.

Cheers,
Paul

bigguwesty
29th November 2013, 02:10 PM
Hi Kallen.
The 18w lights are 160mm long 60mm deep and 45mm high.

Cheers,
Paul

Awesome. I might grab a couple.

Any new spot light style lights..

Lights
29th November 2013, 02:35 PM
You mean like this...

Second new product is a 60w LED driving light. Forum price is $210 a pair including free shipping!

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/Random/60w_zps3ee14781.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/Random/60w_zps3ee14781.jpg.html)

bigguwesty
29th November 2013, 02:56 PM
You mean like this...

Second new product is a 60w LED driving light. Forum price is $210 a pair including free shipping!

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/Random/60w_zps3ee14781.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/Random/60w_zps3ee14781.jpg.html)

Pretty much.. 7" are they??

Lights
29th November 2013, 02:58 PM
Yes, they are 7" and around 5100 lumens. We have spot and combination available. The spots unlike a lot of other LED lights are a VERY tight spot.

bigguwesty
29th November 2013, 03:03 PM
Yes, they are 7" and around 5100 lumens. We have spot and combination available. The spots unlike a lot of other LED lights are a VERY tight spot.

Awesome. Might get a pair to..

Clunk
29th November 2013, 05:14 PM
While stocks last..

10" flood or spot beam light bar $82 delivered!
Specs and pictures in below link.
http://www.ledlightco.com.au/light-bar-10-30-watt-6-x-5-watt-cree-chips-flood-beam/

Pm sent mate

Dazzalco
29th November 2013, 05:25 PM
PM sent to you mate

Lights
30th November 2013, 08:47 AM
Thanks guys.
All PM's have been replied to.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
30th November 2013, 08:51 AM
Third is not a new product however has an updated price. 10w single LED. Available in spot or flood $25.60 including free shipping!

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/ms-2310c-spot-1_zps1629b03c.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/ms-2310c-spot-1_zps1629b03c.jpg.html)

Lights
4th December 2013, 09:08 AM
Exclusive offer for 2 days only or while stocks last..

20" combo beam light bar $130 delivered!
Specs and pictures in below link.
http://www.ledlightco.com.au/light-bar-20-60-watt-12-x-5-watt-cree-chips-combo-beam/

Lights
5th December 2013, 01:02 PM
Arrived this morning..

16w flood or spot flush mount light $41.50 with free delivery Australia wide.

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/16w-flush-mount-wmark_zps5ee67c12.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/16w-flush-mount-wmark_zps5ee67c12.jpg.html)

rusty_nail
5th December 2013, 01:06 PM
looks like they are meant to be mounted into somthing, any idea what? looks like a solid product!

Lights
5th December 2013, 01:47 PM
They can be mounted in anything you like.
Tailgate, bumper, caravan, B-pillar of an extra cab? It's up to your imagination really.

93patrol
11th December 2013, 09:58 AM
Hey paul i was wondering if you sell the HID ballasts as Ihave 3 spotties that have died and need their ballasts replaced would be able to give me a price if you do.
if you are wondering about my light setup theirs pictures in members rides of the wagon i picked up

cheers
Shane

Lights
11th December 2013, 01:54 PM
Hi Shane.
Thanks for getting in contact with me.
We only deal in LED products. I wish I could supply you with a reliable contact but majority of people I have spoken with regarding HID's have purchased cheap kits off the internet.

Best regards,
Paul

Lights
11th December 2013, 02:08 PM
Exclusive offer for 2 days only or while stocks last..

30" combo beam light bar $175 delivered!
Specs and pictures in below link.

http://www.ledlightco.com.au/light-bar-30-90-watt-18-x-5-watt-cree-chips-combo-beam/

FNQGU
11th December 2013, 03:03 PM
Paul, I am thinking of a single row light bar to fit on top of an ARB bulbar using the standard aerial mounting points. What would be the best size?

Lights
12th December 2013, 09:09 AM
Paul, I am thinking of a single row light bar to fit on top of an ARB bulbar using the standard aerial mounting points. What would be the best size?

Hi BenK.
Using the standard aerial mounts can be tricky at times because of the spacing and the different mounting options between light bars. The 30" that I posted up above should work because the mounting feet are infinitely adjustable. If you wanted something smaller then you could also make the 20" work. Both of these use a 5w CREE LED.
If you were after more light output then I would suggest our LED lightbars that use a 10w CREE LED http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bars-10-watt-single-row/
The feet mount on the end of the lightbar and may require a custom mounting plate between the two aerial mounts.
Don't pay attention to the pricing on the website as NP members get a great discount and free freight.

If you have any other questions let me know.

Best regards,
Paul

nissannewby
13th December 2013, 04:08 PM
Hey mate.
With the members discount do we order through here or just advise you ordering through your site? Also if I order in the next week will it be delivered before Chrissy?
Cheers.

bigguwesty
13th December 2013, 05:26 PM
Hey mate.
With the members discount do we order through here or just advise you ordering through your site? Also if I order in the next week will it be delivered before Chrissy?
Cheers.

I usually ring Paul and order direct.
As for postage, from Geelong to mount gambier usually takes 2 full days..
I'd say order first thing Monday and you'll have it easy..

Clunk
14th December 2013, 01:13 AM
Thanks for your super quick service again Paul, picked up the wiring harness for the light bars from work today, so will have to see if I get some time this weekend to have a crack at getting it all installed.

Lights
14th December 2013, 09:55 AM
Hey mate.
With the members discount do we order through here or just advise you ordering through your site? Also if I order in the next week will it be delivered before Chrissy?
Cheers.

Hi nissannewby.
You can give me a call and I can process your order over the phone. Alternatively, you can send me a PM with your order, postage details and contact phone number and I will create an invoice and give you a call.
It's a busy time of year with the post but as Kallen said, if we can get it out to you on Monday everything should be fine.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
14th December 2013, 09:57 AM
Thanks for your super quick service again Paul, picked up the wiring harness for the light bars from work today, so will have to see if I get some time this weekend to have a crack at getting it all installed.

Not a problem at all Adrian. Thank you.
Good luck with the install.

Best regards,
Paul

fracster
14th December 2013, 09:02 PM
NP members get a great discount and free freight.

If you have any other questions let me know.

Best regards,
PaulDoes that include us poms?.................:tongue:

Clunk
16th December 2013, 12:14 AM
Does that include us poms?.................:tongue:

Font be silly......... You get nuffink !!!!!! Lol

Clunk
16th December 2013, 12:17 AM
Pretty impressed with the light out put of these little suckeres....... Thanks Paul.

37993
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Lights
16th December 2013, 08:42 AM
Does that include us poms?.................:tongue:

Hi fracster. I would like to say yes but.. Unfortunately not.
Although if you were interested and the overall size of the product you wanted was small, I could look into a discounted freight price for you.

Thanks,
Paul

Lights
16th December 2013, 08:44 AM
Pretty impressed with the light out put of these little suckeres....... Thanks Paul.

37993
37994

Thanks for the photo's Adrian.
They look great mounted there. We were out Friday night for some testing and you are right.. For their size they are a great little light.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
20th December 2013, 08:54 AM
Special on dual row, 3w LED, combination beam 40" Aurora lightbars 17360 lumens!!

1. 50,000+hours average lifespan
2. 5years of continuous use
3. 96% optical/reflector efficiency
4. 9-36 Volt DC Input
5. 100% optically clear
6. GE LEXAN lens
7. Instant on/off, no warm-up
8. Operating Temp: -40 ~ + 155 deg
9. Dual-oversized heat sink
10. Low power consumption
11. IP68 Rating
12. Military standard breather
13. Unique Durable Mar/UV resistant paiting technology
14. Sealed waterproof connector
15. Pass Chinese Military Standard GJB 150&US MIL810-STD
16. High Temperature, Low Temperature, Temperature shock, UV, Humidity, Salt Fog, Sand and Dust, Vibration, Altitude, CE&Rohs certification


Limited stock, free shipping Australia wide!

$595

fracster
27th December 2013, 11:51 PM
Hi fracster. I would like to say yes but.. Unfortunately not.
Although if you were interested and the overall size of the product you wanted was small, I could look into a discounted freight price for you.

Thanks,
Paul
Just seen this Paul, thanks for the offer.

I`m currently speaking to a few guys about purchasing a decent consignment from you. Will contact you via pm if enough interest is shown.

Thanks again.

Lights
1st January 2014, 03:47 PM
Not a problem at all Adrian.
I'm more than happy to help in any way I can.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
13th January 2014, 03:06 PM
We have a new range of single row 5w LED light bars in stock..
These are available in 13, 19, 25 & 37 inch. These are excellent value for money with the 37" light bar being sub $190 inc GST.

Check our website for full specifications and pictures. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bar/

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/79810635-b27e-419f-9bad-f0a99a08daba_zps7ae49911.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/79810635-b27e-419f-9bad-f0a99a08daba_zps7ae49911.jpg.html)

Free freight for Nissanpatrol.com.au members.

bigguwesty
13th January 2014, 03:16 PM
We have a new range of single row 5w LED light bars in stock..
These are available in 13, 19, 25 & 37 inch. These are excellent value for money with the 37" light bar being sub $190 inc GST.

Check our website for full specifications and pictures. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bar/

http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d157/Bozz82/79810635-b27e-419f-9bad-f0a99a08daba_zps7ae49911.jpg (http://s35.photobucket.com/user/Bozz82/media/79810635-b27e-419f-9bad-f0a99a08daba_zps7ae49911.jpg.html)

Free freight for Nissanpatrol.com.au members.

Dam that's cheap..!!!!

Shaun 4x4
24th March 2014, 08:16 PM
PM sent, is Paul still around?

Bloodyaussie
24th March 2014, 08:21 PM
Yes he is... good mate of Mudrunner and down in Geelong!!!

NissanGQ4.2
24th March 2014, 08:22 PM
is Paul still around? He is still around, he was logged in a few weeks ago. He should get your pm as an email anyway even if he doesn't log in 2 the forum

MudRunnerTD
24th March 2014, 08:57 PM
Yeah h is not going anywhere. I will send him a text mate.

bigguwesty
24th March 2014, 08:57 PM
Easiest to give him a call..
Let him know your from here and get good discount..

Lights
24th March 2014, 09:12 PM
Pm has been replied to.
Thanks gents!

Shaun 4x4
25th March 2014, 10:06 AM
Hey Paul you have a new pm.

Lights
25th March 2014, 03:29 PM
Thanks Shaun.
I have sent you an email.

Cheers,
Paul

Shaun 4x4
25th March 2014, 04:24 PM
Thanks Paul.
Order is done and paid for. Now hurry up and post it. Only joking, kinda. ;)

Cant wait to test these bars out, most ive ever had was an old dingy pair of lightforce spotties.

Also thanks for the help MudRunner

Drewboyaus
25th March 2014, 05:11 PM
Paul,
Looking for some ligh bar options around the 30inch mark.......what do you reckon? I cant decide beween buying one of the Aurora bars or the cheaper ones........

Lights
25th March 2014, 08:47 PM
Thanks for your enquiry Drew. I have sent you a pm and will be in touch with you tomorrow morning.

Cheers,
Paul

bigguwesty
25th March 2014, 09:33 PM
Paul,
Looking for some ligh bar options around the 30inch mark.......what do you reckon? I cant decide beween buying one of the Aurora bars or the cheaper ones........

From seeing a few 10w bars and the aroura mate, the aroura wins hands down..

Although the 10w has it in the power, the arouras reflector and lenses efficiency allows a better light output from a smaller unit..

My mates are running the 10" (I think) aroura and it out does his narva spotties.

Drewboyaus
25th March 2014, 10:23 PM
From seeing a few 10w bars and the aroura mate, the aroura wins hands down..

Although the 10w has it in the power, the arouras reflector and lenses efficiency allows a better light output from a smaller unit..

My mates are running the 10" (I think) aroura and it out does his narva spotties.

Yeah, I know the Aurora is a better unit but I'm not sure if I want to spend the extra coin.

bigguwesty
26th March 2014, 10:44 AM
Yeah, I know the Aurora is a better unit but I'm not sure if I want to spend the extra coin.

Yea fair enough.

Shaun 4x4
5th April 2014, 09:01 PM
Got my auroras installed and wired up now.

Can wait to test them out tonight, oh and stuck one of your stickers up on the rhino bar Paul :)

http://i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd483/Shaun0305/Navara%20ST-X%20550/20140405_152142.jpg

http://i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd483/Shaun0305/Navara%20ST-X%20550/20140405_152203.jpg

MEGOMONSTER
5th April 2014, 10:45 PM
Got my auroras installed and wired up now. Can wait to test them out tonight, oh and stuck one of your stickers up on the rhino bar Paul :)

Looks good, Shaun, bet you can't wait to light em up.

Shaun 4x4
6th April 2014, 09:31 AM
Went out last night with them. OMG these thing are unreal!

Clunk
6th April 2014, 11:06 AM
Went out last night with them. OMG these thing are unreal!

Photos or it didn't happen

Shaun 4x4
6th April 2014, 07:20 PM
High beams I think. Lol
http://i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd483/Shaun0305/Navara%20ST-X%20550/20140405_203204.jpg

40" aurora
http://i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd483/Shaun0305/Navara%20ST-X%20550/20140405_203141.jpg


I think I need to angle it up a little more to get that focus spot further up the road.
Must say I get no glare of the bonnet at all which I awesome.

Shaun 4x4
6th April 2014, 07:22 PM
Are my picture coming through all messed up cause they are showing up all weird on my end.

Winnie
6th April 2014, 07:24 PM
They've shown up but very blurry

Shaun 4x4
6th April 2014, 07:32 PM
Yer I know the night ones are blurry. Phone at night on the steering wheel not very good. Lol

What about the one off the bars they are coming thought all pixelated and the first one all messed up?

Winnie
6th April 2014, 07:39 PM
Yeh that first picture is retarded... haha

Shaun 4x4
6th April 2014, 07:47 PM
I blames photo bucket mixed with ipad. Lol

Lights
7th April 2014, 09:55 AM
Hi Shaun.
The first photo as most have mentioned is pixelated. From what I can make out it looks good and you have it far back enough for there not to be (or have minimal) reflection off the bonnet.
In regards to your comment about aiming the bar up.. I agree. Angle it up so the focal point is further up the road and you will most likely get a couple of hundred meters further throw. I noticed the road you were on has a small hill so if you have a road that's flatter it will give you more of an idea as to where it needs to be angled.

Cheers,
Paul

Shaun 4x4
7th April 2014, 10:40 AM
I get no glare at all off the bonnet. Its great.

Will have a play with the angle this weekend and see how far it really goes. :)

c_lewien
7th April 2014, 07:42 PM
Hi Paul,

I will be in touch in the next couple of days to place an order.

Regards,

Cameron

Lights
8th April 2014, 10:24 AM
Not a problem Cameron. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.

Thanks,
Paul

Harps
14th April 2014, 04:43 PM
Got my light bar today very happy great service highly recommend to anyone who is after light bars

bigguwesty
6th May 2014, 05:58 PM
Once again ya can't complain about the service Paul.
After a mid day order it's on my door 2 working days later.

Have just bolted on the 20" aroura.. Will take pics later tonight. Excited..

FNQGU
6th May 2014, 06:00 PM
Where are ya putting it Westy? Bullbar or Roof rack?

bigguwesty
6th May 2014, 06:43 PM
Bull bar. Fits nicely between the uprights.
Was also looking at the 40" for the roof rack.. But that'll have to wait..

MEGOMONSTER
6th May 2014, 08:43 PM
Just got a 20" Aurora light bar for a mate and his Pajero.
He has asked me to post up about his great experience with the guys and their help and their great products.
Will post pics, as soon as he gets them installed.

bigguwesty
6th May 2014, 08:53 PM
High beam

44214

Light bar.

44215

MEGOMONSTER
6th May 2014, 08:58 PM
High beam <img src="http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=44214"/> Light bar. <img src="http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=44215"/>
Looks great Kallen.

FNQGU
6th May 2014, 09:03 PM
All I can see is a white blur in the middle of the shot... Is that some new sort of SA bushland?

bigguwesty
6th May 2014, 09:14 PM
Lol. Yea it's the boring habitat...

Lights
12th May 2014, 08:47 AM
Thanks for the feedback guys. Much appreciated.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
28th May 2014, 08:56 AM
We are now stocking curved light bars.

21" $379
31" $470
41" $599

All in stock and free delivery Australia wide.

Specifications can be seen here.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bars-curved-double-row/

Cheers,
Paul

TPC
6th June 2014, 10:26 AM
Have placed order for 20" Aurora Lightbar, look forward to getting it.

Lights
6th June 2014, 11:18 AM
Thanks Tony!
It'll be sent today.

Cheers,
Paul

MEGOMONSTER
6th June 2014, 11:36 AM
Have placed order for 20" Aurora Lightbar, look forward to getting it.
You'll love it, my mate always talks about it. Lol

lucus30
6th June 2014, 06:26 PM
Maybe some body can explain to the uneducated. What's the difference between the auroras and a normal light bar?

MudRunnerTD
6th June 2014, 06:53 PM
Maybe some body can explain to the uneducated. What's the difference between the auroras and a normal light bar?

Quality and light output. The Aurora is the benchmark mate. Paul is away this weekend but. Am sure he will give you a better comparison when he gets back Monday.

bigguwesty
6th June 2014, 08:39 PM
The difference lays with the reflector efficiency and transparency of the lense.
So the 20" 5W led aroura has a higher lumen output compared to the 20" normal 10w led bar.

That's where your price difference is..

Hodge
7th June 2014, 08:18 AM
My mates order from these guys came in last week, and it blew us away. What would be a good light for the rear wheel carrier bracket from these guys??

bigguwesty
7th June 2014, 08:58 AM
Hay mate. I put the 15W spots square lights on my poles..
They throw a good amount of light for reversing but it's not blinding for camp ground light..

Hodge
7th June 2014, 09:23 AM
Hay mate. I put the 15W spots square lights on my poles..
They throw a good amount of light for reversing but it's not blinding for camp ground light..

Cheers mate, just ordered one. Now for the bracket, and the rest of wiring.

Lights
10th June 2014, 10:33 AM
Sorry for the late reply, however I was away all weekend.
In short, the difference between the Aurora's and a lot of the cheaper light bars is..

More lumens per watt than most other manufacturers.
Goretex breather which helps prevent moisture/condesation buildup.
Circuitry which regulates the heat output of the LED's resulting in longer life and consistently higher light output for longer.
Quality of the stainless.
They come with a full wiring loom including switch, fuse and relay.
Two sets of mounting feet.

We offer different lightbars to suit peoples requirements and budget. The cheaper light bars are excellent value for money and we do not hesitate in recommending any of the products we stock. Just because it is cheaper does not mean it is junk.

On a side note, I did some testing of the 31" curved lightbar this weekend and it was excellent in the bush and out on the open roads.

Cheers,
Paul

TPC
10th June 2014, 10:25 PM
Fitted my light bar tonight and I am very impressed.
Thanks for the fast delivery too.

Lights
11th June 2014, 01:28 PM
Thanks for the photo's.
Most people don't realise how good LED's are until they try them.

Hodge
12th June 2014, 05:02 PM
Light arrived super quick shipping and free ! Top service. Cant wait to get it going.

45701

Sent from my SM-G900I using Forum Runner

Lights
18th July 2014, 01:15 PM
Cheaper cost price means cheaper sell price.

New price on dual row curved light bars..

21" $299
31" $399
41" $499

These are in stock and ready to go out with free postage.

boots
6th August 2014, 04:51 PM
Hi Paul . Really happy with the led work lights I got from you , arrived next day with express post and a huge thanks for doing that for us , your customer service is A1. As for the lights wow they are great . another happy customer .

Lights
11th August 2014, 10:16 AM
Hi Paul . Really happy with the led work lights I got from you , arrived next day with express post and a huge thanks for doing that for us , your customer service is A1. As for the lights wow they are great . another happy customer .

Not a problem! Glad to have helped you out and great to hear you are happy with the product.

Cheers,
Paul

Lights
21st August 2014, 02:03 PM
We have a new style of light bar due to arrive very shortly.

Currently available in 10" with a full selection of 6,10,20,30,40 & 50" arriving shortly. Very similar specs to the Aurora LED light bars but at a more affordable price.

Check them out here.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/affordable-aurora-style-led-light-bars/

Avo
21st August 2014, 06:49 PM
sent you a pm mate

Avo
22nd August 2014, 09:35 PM
Hats off to you mate...Guys,i sent a pm and asked for a ph#,quick response and a phone call answered all the question...Needed it sent express as I am pressed for time,and I might say got a hefty discount on that aswell...getting a good deal is great but the service I received is what makes a good deal.....Thanks Paul...Now all I have to do is wait....

Lights
23rd August 2014, 08:32 AM
Thank you for the feedback Neil and thanks for your order.
I have sent you a pm with tracking details.

Cheers,
Paul

Avo
28th August 2014, 07:14 PM
Your a legend Paul..Received today at lunch time and already fitted,ready to hit the road tomorrow..

Lights
9th September 2014, 10:58 AM
NEW Aurora style light bars.

After numerous requests from our customers to source a more affordable, high performance alternative to our Aurora range of Light Bars we have a new range available.
Very similar specs to the Aurora LED light bars but at a more affordable price.

Check them out here.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/affordable-aurora-style-led-light-bars/

growler2058
18th October 2014, 02:17 PM
Gday Paul. Looking at getting some of these from you http://www.ledlightco.com.au/7-inch-round-light-bar-driving-light-spot-beam/ 1 spot and 1 flood or combo. What else do I need to fit them. Do I need a loom? Im not very auto elect switched on (no pun intended)

Lights
20th October 2014, 02:31 PM
Thanks for your enquiry.
We don't stock them in a flood so the second light would be a combo beam. All you would need is a dual outlet wiring harness http://www.ledlightco.com.au/wiring-loom-basic-2-light/
That way there is no need for a custom loom and installation would more or less be plug and play.

Cheers

growler2058
20th October 2014, 05:55 PM
Thanks for your enquiry.
We don't stock them in a flood so the second light would be a combo beam. All you would need is a dual outlet wiring harness http://www.ledlightco.com.au/wiring-loom-basic-2-light/
That way there is no need for a custom loom and installation would more or less be plug and play.

Cheers

Beauty i'll order this week, cheers.

lhurley
29th October 2014, 07:58 PM
I just installed a 20" combo aurora style light bar. Its bright. Like holy hell its bright. Cant wait to give it a good run

Quick thanks to Paul for his help, really appreciate it.

TPC
29th October 2014, 09:04 PM
I just installed a 20" combo aurora style light bar. Its bright. Like holy hell its bright. Cant wait to give it a good run

Quick thanks to Paul for his help, really appreciate it.
There is a rule saying you have to put up a comparison photo. :)

lhurley
29th October 2014, 09:13 PM
There is a rule saying you have to put up a comparison photo. :)

I was thinking about doing that, but i got to excited and just ripped off my spotties and installed the light bar.

Ill try grab a photo in the morning to see how bright it is.

Lights
10th November 2014, 09:22 AM
We are currently running a special on Genuine Aurora light bars..

6" Flood $129
6" Combo $129
10" Combo $175
20" Combo $316
30" Combo $449
40" Combo $529
50" combo $649

Sale ends 14/11/2014

Call 0352481621 to place your order or order directly off the website.

Paul

nissannewby
7th December 2014, 04:06 PM
Pm sent mate.

nissannewby
8th December 2014, 12:17 PM
Another happy customer. Got the phone call this morning had a good chat with Paul and the light bar is on its way.

Lights
12th January 2015, 01:05 PM
G'day guys.
We have a special on dual row 42" light bars until 15/1/2015
Normally $399
Sale price $299 including freight to Victoria.
All other states send me a message with your postcode and suburb/town and I will price the freight cost.

Product description can be seen here.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bars-curved-double-row/

Cheers,
Paul

MudRunnerTD
12th January 2015, 02:50 PM
G'day guys.
We have a special on dual row 42" light bars until 15/1/2015
Normally $399
Sale price $299 including freight to Victoria.
All other states send me a message with your postcode and suburb/town and I will price the freight cost.

Product description can be seen here.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-light-bars-curved-double-row/

Cheers,
Paul

Wow is that for the curved bars mate?

Lights
13th January 2015, 08:15 AM
Yes it is Darren.

bigguwesty
4th February 2015, 09:33 AM
Once again mate awesome service.
Ordered on close Monday night and here this morning..
Cheers

Lights
4th February 2015, 08:55 PM
Thanks again Kallen. Pleasure to deal with.

Cheers,
Paul

shina
12th February 2015, 08:34 PM
Fitted the lights up they are AWESOME Paul very happy mate.......be in touch soon for some LED spot lights

Cheers Shane

Lights
13th February 2015, 09:25 PM
Thanks for the feedback Shane.
Glad to hear you are happy!

Cheers,
Paul

MudRunnerTD
13th February 2015, 09:40 PM
We should have played in the mud tonight Paul.

Clunk
13th February 2015, 09:45 PM
We should have played in the mud tonight Paul.

Hey MR, please keep your kinky shenanigans off the forum, there's a time and a place and this isn't it

Lights
16th February 2015, 08:37 AM
I know Darren! Once the 4by is back on the road it's all go. Should be a good winter.

SpecialDave
30th April 2015, 03:26 PM
Too Easy! So just got of the phone with Paul....

After spending several days faffing about on eBay and realising the 99.9% of the light bars all get pushed out of the same factory and the CREE chips they all claim to have are cheap knockoffs, i was reading this particular thread today over lunch. The mention Liquid light and the overwhelming support for Paul and his product resulted in the phone call...

Given the late hour of the trading day Paul will be shipping me tomorrow a 40" Aurora Style COmbo Beam Light Bar - Which of course he discounted!

So I'm contemplating either calling in sick tomorrow or at least going home early - I'll be waiting for the mailman with tool in hand!!!!!

Thanks Heaps Paul - Review of said light to follow......

Cheers

Dave (DG)

Lights
1st May 2015, 09:19 AM
No worries Dave. Happy to help out where I can.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to give me a call.

SpecialDave
5th May 2015, 10:55 PM
Post sales support a1 plus answered all of my ludicrous questions...
So 40" of affordable daylight on tap is now nicely mounted under my roof tray. The stupid winds we got today in Melb did give me some occasional him as I crossed the bolte bridge but otherwise this light is almost invisible when unlit.

I'm very pleased with my super tidy wiring and It was fortunate that I discovered the missing clutch access cover plate on my firewall now rather than half way across a stream ;)

Next will be a pair of hid spots for highway but to be honest - this bar alone will do me find in bush with all other lights off!

And of course some work lights for the rear.....

Pics I took this evening of standard headlight, standard headlights with high beam and then same but I flick the switch that forces a godlike voice to declare "let there be light"....

bigguwesty
6th May 2015, 05:11 AM
Post sales support a1 plus answered all of my ludicrous questions... So 40" of affordable daylight on tap is now nicely mounted under my roof tray. The stupid winds we got today in Melb did give me some occasional him as I crossed the bolte bridge but otherwise this light is almost invisible when unlit. I'm very pleased with my super tidy wiring and It was fortunate that I discovered the missing clutch access cover plate on my firewall now rather than half way across a stream ;) Next will be a pair of hid spots for highway but to be honest - this bar alone will do me find in bush with all other lights off! And of course some work lights for the rear..... Pics I took this evening of standard headlight, standard headlights with high beam and then same but I flick the switch that forces a godlike voice to declare "let there be light"....

There a bloody good bar are they not. Love my 20" bar.
Out does my basic spotties.

SpecialDave
6th May 2015, 11:10 AM
I left it on out the front and ran inside to proudly show my wife - when she came out to look the old nissan pulsar parked in front of me had melted...
he he

They are great I'm now contemplating a couple of cheap "hid" ebay spots (ie around $100) but for my reverse + work light plans i'll absolutely be giving paul a buzz... any reports of UFO's around the Greensborough (aka Utesville) or MillParkistan Soutmorangistan regions should be disregarded - Just me and my light bar having fun!

bigguwesty
6th May 2015, 12:27 PM
I left it on out the front and ran inside to proudly show my wife - when she came out to look the old nissan pulsar parked in front of me had melted... he he They are great I'm now contemplating a couple of cheap "hid" ebay spots (ie around $100) but for my reverse + work light plans i'll absolutely be giving paul a buzz... any reports of UFO's around the Greensborough (aka Utesville) or MillParkistan Soutmorangistan regions should be disregarded - Just me and my light bar having fun!

I use his 18w 6" work light bars on my spare wheel work lights. They are blinding when front on.
Throw a really good spread of light.
And look neat to.

Patrol'n
6th May 2015, 08:38 PM
Damn, I'm awful tempted by one of the light bars, and I'd just about talked myself into clicking buy now on an ebay cheapie....

Lights
19th June 2015, 11:48 AM
50 Watt single LED.
These offer an amazing amount of flood and even distribution of light. Available in Spot or Flood. Limited stock available.
Check out the specifications on our website..

59010

Lights
8th July 2015, 10:17 AM
90w 7" & 150w 8.5" driving lights now in stock http://www.ledlightco.com.au/led-driving-lights/

59511

Lights
18th August 2015, 08:15 AM
Number plate brackets now in stock.
These will allow you to fit a set of driving lights or light bar to a vehicle without a nudge bar/bull bar.

Will get some photos and pricing up in the next few days.

MudRunnerTD
18th August 2015, 08:21 AM
A Big Congratulations to Paul and Rachael on becoming Parents for the first time a week or 2 ago. Nice work mate. Enjoy fatherhood.

Lights
18th August 2015, 12:50 PM
Thanks Darren.
No other feeling like becoming a parent. We are loving it!

rusty_nail
18th August 2015, 12:56 PM
congrats mate!!!!

Clunk
18th August 2015, 01:46 PM
Big congrats to you and yours Paul

Lights
19th August 2015, 09:15 AM
Thanks guys!

DX grunt
26th August 2015, 07:27 PM
G'day Paul.

My bitumen melter arrived today. lol.

Now the 3.5hr drive to pick it up and 3.5hr drive to get it home. lol.

Perks of living in the bush.

I can't wait!!!

Thanks heaps.

Rossco

Lights
28th August 2015, 09:50 AM
No worries Rossco.
Enjoy mate!

AB
7th September 2015, 07:37 PM
Hi folks,

Lights has decided to stay on for another season as our forum sponsor so thank you mate, we all appreciate your support!

Feel free to check out his products as I know a lot of members have given a lot of positive feedback on not only his products but his customer service ;)

MudRunnerTD
7th September 2015, 09:06 PM
I went and saw Paul today and grabbed a twin light to fit to my DRZ 400 as a hunting light for a trip later this month. Great guy, great service, great price,

He has got a couple of new products that have just come in that look awesome.

I tell you guys the light he has are solid. No junk. High quality products. No hesitation buying from his range. I will be going to see him to fit out the GQ in the coming months.

DX grunt
9th September 2015, 05:49 AM
My IPF900's came off the bull bar the other day in preparation for Thursday's bracket installation for.....
http://www.ledlightco.com.au/aurora-light-bar-40-200-watt-40x5w-oslon-chips-combo-beam-with-ar-optics/

Nexus
19th September 2015, 01:42 PM
Hi,

Any chance you'll be getting these in?
http://www.szaurora.com/1_l.aspx?id=1067

Lights
21st September 2015, 08:37 AM
Thanks for the enquiry.
That's not a light we will be stocking. The light in the link you provided is listed as 5". The images show it to be 160mm which is 6.3"

We do have a 7" 90w driving light.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/7-inch-round-driving-light-18-5w-high-intensity-led-spot-beam/

If you are wanting a 5" driving light I would suggest a set of these.. http://www.ledlightco.com.au/5-inch-round-light-bar-driving-light-spot-beam/

Cheers,
Paul

nissannewby
13th October 2015, 10:35 AM
Pm sent mate.

nissannewby
5th November 2015, 10:04 PM
Just some more feedback. Have dealt with Paul in again in the last couple of weeks. I do wish that alll my dealings with suppliers/shops went as well as they do with Paul and his business.
Thanks Mate.