KC HiLITES Front End Light Bar Mount 74281
- Great place to mount your auxiliary lights
- Available in black or silver powdercoat
- Holds up to 8" Lights
- Mounting tabs for up to five lights
- Easy installation with no need for drilling
- Made in the USA
- Backed by a 23 year warranty
- Lights sold separately
KC HiLITES Front End and Hood Mount Light Bars. These are the perfect lighting accessory providing a great place to mount your KC lights. An attractive alternative to bulky bumpers and grille guards. KC's sleek front-end light bar features a texture black or chrome powder coat finish that looks great and any truck or jeep. Made in the USA. These truck, SUV or jeep light bars are made from 1-3/4" O.D 120 wall steel tubing and come with light tabs for mounting up to 3 or 4 KC eight inch diameter lights, depending on the model. KC lite bars for Jeeps are constructed of 1-1/2" O.D. (1-3/4" O.D. on the winch mount bar). .095 wall steel tubing with mounting tabs for 2, 3 or 5 lights depending on the model. Installation is simple, bolting up to existing factory holes, so there's no need for drilling.
Beam patterns explained
What is the difference between driving lights, spot lights, fog lights, and flood lights?
Often referred to as fog lights, driving lights have a beam that is able to travel a longer distance, but not as wide. Driving lights perform best when used to supplement your high-beams. Or they may be aimed lower and supplement your low-beams.
Spot / Off-Road Lights
Spot lights are strictly for off-road usage due to their powerful, tight beam. Using an array of spot lights will offer more coverage by aiming them at slightly different angles.
Fog lights are generally mounted low on the vehicle such as the bumper or bumper grille. The light pattern is very wide, with a flat horizontal cutoff. When properly aimed, fog lights are the perfect complement to your low-beams. This is by far the most popular beam pattern and are installed on many vehicles from the factory - though there's always room for improvement by upgrading your existing fog lights.
Flood lights have a beam pattern that may be similar in width to a fog light, but the beam does not have a horizontal cutoff. Therefore they are also for off-road use only. As with spot lights, a mounting location high on the vehicle is ideal.
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