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PAOLI, Pa. (Mar 5, 2019) – When it comes to Jeep lighting, no one wants to be left in the dark! ExtremeTerrain’s Ryan Huck recently produced this video explaining various types of auxiliary lighting, what they do, and how to use them.
“I’m a huge fan of all sorts of auxiliary lighting but the different types of lights, what they’re good for, and where they should be mounted can be confusing. This video explains all of that and is a must see if you’re thinking of adding lights to your Jeep!” — Ryan Huck
Shining light on a wall from 15 feet away, Ryan compares lighting patterns, weighing pros and cons, as well as the appropriate situations where they should be used.
Additionally, we have added this video as a resource to our Jeep technical guides on off-road lighting explained. Parts featured in this episode include: Lifetime LED 3 in. Square LED Flood Beam,
Baja Designs XL Racer Edition LED High Speed Spot Beam, Baja Designs Squadron Pro LED Driving Beam, and KC HiLiTES 6 in. Black SlimLite Halogen Fog Beam.
Watch it here: https://www.extremeterrain.com/throttleout-feb2019-2.html
ExtremeTerrain.com is a leader in providing enthusiasts with aftermarket Jeep Wrangler and Toyota Tacoma parts and accessories. Located just outside Philadelphia, PA, ExtremeTerrain is dedicated to providing Wrangler and Tacoma owners with the best parts and customer service while also ensuring the conservation and protection of off-road trails. Visit http://www.extremeterrain.com
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