Blackhawk LED by TMX

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  1. Fred

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    Appears better lighting from just the bar...is it possible the headlights can reduce the lighting?hmmm
     
  2. TMX Engineer

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    That is why we are and always will offer a full line of Rigid LED's. Our main goal was to satisfy all of our customers, the ones who want a MADE IN THE USA Rigid LED Lightbar, and those who want a cheaper alternative. We know you aren't knocking :favorites13:

    Here are some night shots from my truck this weekend.
     

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  3. CAbimmer

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    Headlights if aimed right go to the ground so not to blind oncoming traffic. Look at the light bar pics against the wall with the headlights compared to with the bar on. look above the wall at the building in the background. The Light bar throws light in a much larger pattern because they are for offroad use. the 20" bar is really bright and Im really happy with it.
     
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  4. Yukon Joe

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    Where is it mounted? I assume the lower grill... what size bar? 20"?

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    20" bar mounted on a ADD Venom bumper
     
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    How do you mount the 20" light like that in the last pic?
     
  7. TMX Engineer

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    I drilled 2 3/8" holes in the the bumper mounting plates at the end of the frame rail, and used the supplied brackets.
     
  8. Nick@Apollo-Optics

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    Will the 40" with brackets be behind the grille?
     
  9. Baddkarmaracing

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    hmmmm I am 99% sure I know where these bars are coming from. Made in Texas correct?

    Edit: I went back and reread the original post and see they say made overseas, they look a lot like a bar that is "being made in texas" that im not real convinced that the guy is actually making like he says he is.

    Edit#2: Went and compared the pics and they are not the bars I was thinking of.
     
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  10. TEXAS MOTORWORX

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    Yes sir.
     

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