M&R releases the FORD Superduty kit

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  1. MandR Automotive

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    Just in case some of you guys have work trucks or a SUPERDUTY as well.

    Let us know what you think

    This particular kit comes with 3 light bars and one mount which houses all threee lights. It has two 6" light bars as well as one 15" light bar which can be wired all together or separately.

    The impressive thing about these bars is that each LED has it own large reflector with a directional projector which focuses the light output comparable to higher lumen output lights.

    Each 6" bar puts out 1000 lumens each and the 15" puts out 3000 lumens.
    The whole kit puts out 5000 lumens but because of the reflector housing and the optical projectors, the light pattern is a lot better where you need it.

    Take a look and let us know if you like the setup or not.

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    M&R Ford Superduty LED Light Kit Video - YouTube
     
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    looks like it fits right in there... Matches the chrome real well.
     
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    Not a fan. I would much rather have 1 bar in there that comes loose than 3. Less mounts to tighten back down. Plus it seems rather large. Sticks out like a sore thumb. Plus it seems those side lights are close to the tow hook and would get smacked with the tow strap/shackle.
     

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