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    LED Light Co

    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
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    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.

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    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?

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    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.

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    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
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    Paul,

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by P4trol View Post
    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..


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    I so hate you right now... just when i said I would not buy anything else???

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    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.

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    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
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