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Finally pulled the trigger on a light bar. After looking at all the choices I decided on the Eyourlite.

132.00 on Amazon. They had smaller light bars that would be easier to mount on my 17 ' center console.

But when it came to pricing and the amount of light it was a no brainer to go with the 52" light bar.

Main thing I think I need is more light, right? Is it possible to have too much light?

Hit the order button twice by mistake ( wife caught that). Might end up mounting both:) Wonder how long my 24v system will power two of them?

If I run it 24v I can tie into my trolling motor 24V system and use a disconnect plug when I don't need the

light bar in may way.

Fingers crossed that it puts out the light we need with out the roar of the genny.

Aim low and let it go!

Roy
 

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I found amber tape for tail light repair. would you suggest the bright yellow or the bronze color amber to cut the sharpness on the light bar. sounds stupid asking which amber color to go with. I can't believe how many amber choices are out there.
thanks for your input and not taking an easy shot:)
 

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That sounds like a plan. I like the "Death Ray" term. If the weather ever breaks hire in Texas I'll get some pictures of before the the tint and after. We used a red lens varmint hunting, I might experiment with different colors.
 

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Looks like the Death Ray is a dead turd. Out of the 5 sections of light offered in the 52'' bar, no more than three sections work at one time.

Good news is after 4 hours of running on 12 volt battery my charge went from 12.4 volts down to 11.9 volts.

Once I get the seller to take back the defective light bar I will look into more and smaller lights to expand my shooting area.

Buyer beware on the Eyourlite LED Light Bars. After three tries to reach them in two weeks time, no response form them. I've

gone to Amazon now to force feed the issue with the seller.
 

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that stinks. the mfg is communicating with me and looks like we will get this resolved. since both lights received have issues I'm trying to go with different replacement lights. still covered in ice?
 
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