Winch Guard Mounted Lighting

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I’m wanting to add some lights up front and thinking of going with the Mopar winch guard and mounting lights.

Anyone gone this route with pro/con?

Thanks!
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I’m wanting to add some lights up front and thinking of going with the Mopar winch guard and mounting lights.

Anyone gone this route with pro/con?

Thanks!
We used it and the mopar light mounts for a build. Worked well.

Pic was during mock up. Leveled it and used black hardware. Turned out real nice.

Brett

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We used it and the mopar light mounts for a build. Worked well.

Pic was during mock up. Leveled it and used black hardware. Turned out real nice.

Brett

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Nice light bar, which brand is it?, do you have more pictures. I'm looking for one as well!!
 

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Nice light bar, which brand is it?, do you have more pictures. I'm looking for one as well!!
It’s from a company in Austin, TX. They are called feniex and predominantly provides lights for Leo and fire emergency vehicles and have built an Offroad division that is awesome. This one is the AI series and has a GPS receiver that you have to mount. There’s a mode on the controller that lets it run autonomously and automatically adjust the beam (spot/flood) based on your speed. The other modes are for manually adjusting the brightness and also manual control of the spot and flood.

I get them from my buddy Doug at ultimate lighting solutions.

https://ultimatelightingsolutions.ecwid.com/

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It’s from a company in Austin, TX. They are called feniex and predominantly provides lights for Leo and fire emergency vehicles and have built an Offroad division that is awesome. This one is the AI series and has a GPS receiver that you have to mount. There’s a mode on the controller that lets it run autonomously and automatically adjust the beam (spot/flood) based on your speed. The other modes are for manually adjusting the brightness and also manual control of the spot and flood.

I get them from my buddy Doug at ultimate lighting solutions.

https://ultimatelightingsolutions.ecwid.com/

Brett
Thx man, I’ll look in to it!
 

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It’s from a company in Austin, TX. They are called feniex and predominantly provides lights for Leo and fire emergency vehicles and have built an Offroad division that is awesome. This one is the AI series and has a GPS receiver that you have to mount. There’s a mode on the controller that lets it run autonomously and automatically adjust the beam (spot/flood) based on your speed. The other modes are for manually adjusting the brightness and also manual control of the spot and flood.

I get them from my buddy Doug at ultimate lighting solutions.

https://ultimatelightingsolutions.ecwid.com/

Brett
Significantly cheaper than the Rigid Industries Adapt Light Bar that has similar technology

https://www.rigidlightshop.com/csea...ND&DisplayMode=Grid&Condition=-1&Search=adapt
 
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