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AUGUST 2017 THE SHOP 55 their own harness—this puts the light bar at risk of being shot out very quickly or can cause other electrical issues on your vehicle. An unexpected benefit for shops serving the light bar market is… …LED light bars are a fast-growing cat- egory in the automotive aftermarket world, and have become one of the industry's leading categories. Vision X Lighting Auburn, Washington Danny Adair Marketing Director Our hottest light bar product is… …XPR Series LED light bars. Its best features include… …10-watt LEDs and large Iris Reflec- tors for ultimate distance lighting, while offering a smooth halo option for day- time running light (DRL) cool factor on demand. It has less power draw than a traditional dual-row LED light bar at the same height. The bars are available in mixed beam and spot beam (halo only), from 6- up to 51-inch lengths. Light bars are currently a popular upgrade for trucks, SUVs and Jeeps because… …XPR LED Light Bars provide an out- standing amount of light in a small design package, making them very versatile for many applications. A tip that shops can use to improve their light bar installations is… …Vision X offers a complete line of vehicle- specific mounting brackets to make LED light bar installation a hassle-free, bolt-on experience. From dual-row options to cubes, today's lighting products come in many styles. (Photo courtesy Southern Truck)

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