M&R Lighting

Discussion in 'M and R Automotive' started by DynoDynge, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. DynoDynge

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    mandrautomotive | eBay

    This is their EBay page.
     
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    do they make a "dually" size light?
     
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    So let me get this straight, Rigid and Vision X sell a 20" bar, yet this one is a 24" bar? Where did you gain 4 inches? Or better yet, who is lying to their wife about how big 6", 4" (20", or 24") is?
     
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    Uh-oh. Light Bar Envy.
    This could get ugly.
     
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    I think that's a 20" light (maybe "24" was a typo?).
     
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    I didn't see one on their site.

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    I already talked to them about their measurement. They are listing it as a total measurement from the outside edge of the mounting brackets, not the lens. The lens itself is a 20", I just didn't want to confuse anyone who went to their site & could not locate a 20" model.
    I'm guessing you measure from the "back bumper" huh? LOL

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    Looks good man
     
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    Looks awesome! Is there anyone near by that has a 20" rigid? Sounds like a light off is in your future! ;)
     
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    Their EBay page says they're not made by Rigid or VisionX. So are they made in China or the USA or ?

    We need to buy American :peace:
     
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    I am all for buying "Made in the USA" where it permits.
    Unfortunately, with the current trade system in place, it is not feasible to restrict yourself solely to American made products. If you do, the price just climbs higher. Competition is a good thing, in a truly free market.
    As for where they are manufactured, I could not tell you, but I can say I would not have purchased it, or any other, if it cost $700.00. TJMT
    Side note: Look at where your wheels come from....
     

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