Blackhawk LED by TMX

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  1. TEXAS MOTORWORX

    TEXAS MOTORWORX Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    20" is 8800 lumens, 30" is 13200 lumens and 40" is 17600 lumens.


    No sir, these are all 6000k white.

    Negative.
     
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    So the brackets are gonna be the type that goes in the door jam? Not the roof mounted/drill in ones?
     
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    I believe they are gonna be the roof mounted ones, TMX feel free to correct me if I'm wrong
     
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    Maxx is correct.

    Thats the plan for now.

    I have some thin aluminum we are test fitting for the inside door mounts... If we can make it work, and feel confident it will hold a 150 square inch face going 80-90 MPH down the highway, we will most likely go that route. But that wont be ready for the Raptor run so its kind of on the back burner for now.
     
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    Man thats a combined 53000+- lumens from 3 blackhawks for less then the price of one xmitter prime! Nice work guys.
     
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    I'm interested. The Rigid 40 is out of my price range, but I'm looking at a Nighthawk option for my WSI rack which uses a 40"

    Have you got any night shots with comparison to the headlights?
     
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    Coming up this weekend...
     
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    Darn wish i had seen these lights about a week ago.i wld have definitely bought a 40''.but i just got one from a different company.i like that it has the 8 degree spot lense i really wanted mine to throw more light farther down range.but i would say the behind the grille step up for these bars kill the light output no matter what.Just wish a could find a good light bar to mount a 40'' bar to,then maybe i could buy one of your lights and find another place for the one a got now.i wonder if a 40'' would fit above the ford behind the grill.Has anyone tried that.
     
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    I Beta tested one of these, I think it was a flood. Now I have a combo flood/spot. Anyway this is the Beta bar. My stock lights are 55w 6k HIDs.

    First pick is my low beams only. Im about 20' from the wall
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    Both low and bar
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    Just bar
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    Are these going to match Rigids limited lifetime warranty? Not knocking, but I like their made in USA and warranty. Would pay more for these two points.
     

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