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wakecrashin

HID lights for tower?

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wakecrashin

Anyone use or seen HID lights used for a tower? Are they better... or should I say are they worth a couple hundred dollars more? Can you actually see when driving at night or are they really just good for parking?

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woody
Anyone use or seen HID lights used for a tower? Are they better... or should I say are they worth a couple hundred dollars more? Can you actually see when driving at night or are they really just good for parking?

I've got a set of HID tower lights and they are incredibly bright and they don't blind the driver. I got my set from LPA tower Accessories (link). PM Pat McCrotch, he is the owner/operator of company for more info.

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Pat McCrotch

WAKECRASHIN,

If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 707-688-8548. I will answer all your questions on the HID lights. I tried mine cruising after dark this past weekend on berryessa and that is a real dark lake. I thought I was driving a car. Good thing with these is they are adjustable up and down so you get a better view than just it hitting the water. The true light also doesnt get absorbed or reflect like halogen. Same concept as cars on the road.

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WAKECRASHIN,

If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 707-688-8548. I will answer all your questions on the HID lights. I tried mine cruising after dark this past weekend on berryessa and that is a real dark lake. I thought I was driving a car. Good thing with these is they are adjustable up and down so you get a better view than just it hitting the water. The true light also doesnt get absorbed or reflect like halogen. Same concept as cars on the road.

Ill prob take you up on it this weekend. You going to be around?

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WAKECRASHIN,

If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 707-688-8548. I will answer all your questions on the HID lights. I tried mine cruising after dark this past weekend on berryessa and that is a real dark lake. I thought I was driving a car. Good thing with these is they are adjustable up and down so you get a better view than just it hitting the water. The true light also doesnt get absorbed or reflect like halogen. Same concept as cars on the road.

Ill prob take you up on it this weekend. You going to be around?

Sure will. Thanks

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