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Warn SDB dual beam lights?

Anyone have any experience with these? Good? Bad? Moderate? How would they compare to KC 130w driving/long range Slimlites?

They sounds like the perfect thing for me since I find myself wishing I had driving beams like I used to, but also use my long range lights a lot too.

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my thoughts that these lights are gonna be expensive as fawk.

WAAAAAY FAWKING EXPENSIVE...

i would say find two sets of lights and you can probably buy em for cheaper...
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i bet those things will cost $200 a pair! warn stuff like that is hella high!
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I've seen the prices. I'm just asking about their performance. Anyone used them?
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i bet those things will cost $200 a pair! warn stuff like that is hella high!
ya right, look at my link...
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I've seen the prices. I'm just asking about their performance. Anyone used them?
ive heard nothing but superb things about them and warn products are always super quality. you would have no performance complaints, I would bet on it...
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I would get something higher than 55w (didn't lok at the site) becuase I'll be upgrading my Hellas to 100w bulbs soon. The 55w bulbs aren't quite bright enough.
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buy KC drivings to add onto the long range...
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I don't have a place to mount them. And I don't want a light bar.
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PIAA sells the best dual beams. Quite pricey though...
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I'll have to take a look at them.
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Warns were 455.99 if anyone is too lazy to look
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I can get the 210HB for $350 or the 160HB for $310 on EBay.
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http://www.piaa.com/Lamps/Lamp-pages/940T.html
http://www.piaa.com/Lamps/Lamp-pages/940.html
http://www.piaa.com/Lamps/Lamp-pages/p-4000.html
http://www.piaa.com/Lamps/Lamp-pages/p-3000.html

I can't find the ones I was looking to buy, wierd couldn't even find them on their own site. lol
It's a dual beam that looks like the 520 series.
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here is a set on ebay for a good price. I like the idea of them.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2-War...spagenameZWDVW

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good find! looks like they just put it up today. they weren't up when i searched this morning.
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ouch, four hundy for those lights!! True they are Warn and Warn makes some outstanding products, but dayum, that's a lot of cash!
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