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Pro Comp Off Road Lights

Was lookin at getting some off road lights to put on my Waag bar up front. I have been looking into the pro comp lights. Just not sure how they would mount onto the bar since the dont have a bolt in the bottom. Anyone have these mounted up on there truck or any suggestions on a pair that doesnt cost alot. Or someone selling some? I am looking at the black ones.
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ok that is one opinion is there anymore? KC are nice just not sure i wanna spend that much.
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hellas have really good lights... try summitracing, i think they have them
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My Procomps had a bolt on the bottom, had to mount them on the light tabs somehow. I had the fluted 5" black one's.
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what is fluted is that the ones that look like the kc ones?
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ok that is one opinion is there anymore? KC are nice just not sure i wanna spend that much.
23 year warrenty including bulb burn out....come on now..
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Yes Zach is right. Spend a little more on the KCs. I was gonna go the Pro Comp route, but decided against it when I saw them in person. The KCs are a quality piece. I got the 150W version and they're amazing. Sooooo bright, I just need a wide open space so I can aim them the way I want. The Pro Comps are crap compared to the KCs. And with the 23 year warranty, you can't beat it. They'll be the last auxiliary lights you'll ever buy. Summit has them for less than $120 shipped. You'll probably pay 75% of that with the Pro Comps and get an inferior product. There is a reason why they aren't that expensive. You also don't get a wiring harness I don't think. So there's another $20 for that. KCs have the awesome quality and the best preterminated wiring harness I've ever seen from a manufacturer. Definately fork up the cash for the KCs. You won't be disappointed!
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I paid $40 for my pair of Procomp lights and they never caused me any problems and I could see down the trails just as well as any other light. I could never see paying $150 for lights that I won't have for long enough to pay that much money for.
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ProComp lights are VERY nice for the price. buddy of mine has 7 all together and no problems with them. dont listen to everyone and buy what they say. do a little research and come to ur own conclusion.

and his are BRIGHT! nothing i can see would give me any reason not to get any. macromotive has em fairly cheap.
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Yes Zach is right. Spend a little more on the KCs. I was gonna go the Pro Comp route, but decided against it when I saw them in person. The KCs are a quality piece. I got the 150W version and they're amazing. Sooooo bright, I just need a wide open space so I can aim them the way I want. The Pro Comps are crap compared to the KCs. And with the 23 year warranty, you can't beat it. They'll be the last auxiliary lights you'll ever buy. Summit has them for less than $120 shipped. You'll probably pay 75% of that with the Pro Comps and get an inferior product. There is a reason why they aren't that expensive. You also don't get a wiring harness I don't think. So there's another $20 for that. KCs have the awesome quality and the best preterminated wiring harness I've ever seen from a manufacturer. Definately fork up the cash for the KCs. You won't be disappointed!


I personall own Procomp lights and KC lights. I CANT STAND my procomps they give me nothing but problems everytime i turn around.
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