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Id like to upgrade the exterior lighting on my Raptor. For situations like bbqing under the awning or working on the toys at night. I noticed last time out that my hauler lacks in the exterior lighting department. My buddies with older haulers like the ww and ragens have way brighter lights for the patio area. Anybody upgrade or add lights to the side of your hauler?


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I know this isn't what you're looking for, but my daughter gave me one of these headlamps for Christmas and I use it all the time. It's the best "lighting upgrade" I've ever had.




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These are pricey but very nice. Rigid Industries LED lights.



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If you don't want bright lights,I installed leds on mine.



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DownAzzDSM wrote:

Id like to upgrade the exterior lighting on my Raptor.

If you find something, let us know. The exterior lights on my Voltage are very poor - much worse than on our previous Victory Lane that had "headlights" in the wall.

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For a quick and low cost option I made up a couple of bucket lights that I have used under the awning and/or canopy while out at the go cart track. I put a decent sized CFL in each one and had more than enough light.


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Lights

These are lights designed for Emergency Services - and there is no big hole to cut - just a hole for the wiring.


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x2!!
dedmiston wrote:

I know this isn't what you're looking for, but my daughter gave me one of these headlamps for Christmas and I use it all the time. It's the best "lighting upgrade" I've ever had.



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lfd311 wrote:

Lights

These are lights designed for Emergency Services - and there is no big hole to cut - just a hole for the wiring.

These look pretty good. Any idea where to get them and how much they cost?

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Here's another headlight option

It focuses from spot to flood. It also has some little LEDs for not messing up your night vision.



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