Well it looks like I'll be looking a little closer to home. Might try to find someone who sells the see light brand. I'm really just fighting the urge to buy some rando light from e-bay. But if anyone has a 50"-52" curved light that they like feel free to share.
Well I decided to shop in Little Rock for my light. I decided to go with the 50" Quake Ultra Arc. It's listed at 288 watts, 23,000 lumens but more importantly it has a lifetime warranty. As impressed as I was with my pair of 15" Blitz Pro lights ( the honeymoon was short as moisture soon crept in ). This bar is obscenely bright and yes I know I've got 20" more of light bar working for me but holy mother of .... it's bright.
Well it's been a little over a year now so I thought I would post an update. I could not be happier with the new light bar. It has preformed flawlessly. If you are in the market for a curved light bar and have already ventured down the "discount " path and got burned, try these.
After noon y'all. New to the forum but have been reading through for a couple years. I'm meeting up a bunch of Jeep's at bryds adventure in Ozark Arkansas to do some wheeling at the near by trails. Seeing who all has been up there, what's to expect and an over view from the FJ side. Any...
Visiting Fayetteville the weekend of Nov 17-19 and would love to take my mostly stock rig out for some easy / moderate trail runs in the area.
Most of my searches come up with ATV/bike or heavy duty rock-crawling sites.
Any recommendations for off-road areas that a stock MT6 4x4 rig could handle?