Mopar 5” and 7” LED Offroad lights

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I have the medium Warn winch guard, and mounted the 7 inch lights upside down from the bar

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Hey guys I’m thinking of going this route and getting the 5” up top and the 7” on the bumper. Are the 5” high bean and the 7” flood?

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What do you mean by mostly?
I have both and both light up the area (flood) and both can light up down the trail (beam). The 7's are much better at flooding the area with light and the 5's are better lighting further down the trail.

Neither seem dedicated to one purpose.
 

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I have both and both light up the area (flood) and both can light up down the trail (beam). The 7's are much better at flooding the area with light and the 5's are better lighting further down the trail.

Neither seem dedicated to one purpose.
The reason I ask is that TYRI that manufactures the lights sells numerous versions of each and they all have different beam spread and distance. The ones that molar sells do not have those specifications listed.
 

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The reason I ask is that TYRI that manufactures the lights sells numerous versions of each and they all have different beam spread and distance. The ones that molar sells do not have those specifications listed.
I have a series of pictures taken over at White Range trailhead at night and while not as good as seeing them in real life, these may give you an idea:

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Normal LED driving lights.

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Bright lights on.

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7" lights on.

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5" lights on.

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7" and 5" lights on.
 

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I have a series of pictures taken over at White Range trailhead at night and while not as good as seeing them in real life, these may give you an idea:
Thanks for posting the pictures, it helps. Both the 5” and 7” look like flood lights to me which is just fine.
 

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The 5" and 7" mopar lights are the brightest lights I've ever put on a truck. The 7" are 8000 lumens each and the 5" are 4800 each. With 4 of them you are blasting 25,000 lumens. They are stupid bright. The 5" lights I had originally had mounted top side of the A pillar mopar brackets but I missed lowering the windshield so I mounted them on the sides and actually like it better that way because they light up the MOAB stickers.



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Dig the side mount!
 

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