Super LED Take Downs

mixerbd699

Member
May 22, 2010
230
Fort Worth, Tx
So i was wondering if anyone has used the Whelen Super LED take downs that are for the liberty bar for anything else...like fog lights? or work lights? i'm thinking about getting some for fog lights...curious if anyone else has tried this
 

Fast LT1

Member
May 24, 2010
2,018
Sedgwick County, KS
Sounds interesting, but will the 500 series flange fit these?
 

mixerbd699

Member
May 22, 2010
230
Fort Worth, Tx
well..yeah..guess i should clear up what I plan on using em for. I would use them as "high beams" ( i drive a lot on back roads at night) and I would use them as work lights for various things
 

Klein

Member
May 22, 2010
966
Texas
high beams would be a different. as long as there wouldnt be any other drivers then they could work nicely. i have never seen them on by themselves without a lightbar on to see their distance but they seem like they would light up a good size area.
 

JTipper

Member
Jun 22, 2010
45
West central Louisiana
mixerbd699 said:
does anyone know if they'll fit the regular 500 series flanges?

It would be nice if they did. I have a slick top and would love to use them as a set of "takedowns" on my pushbumper. Mount in a 500 flange and an L bracket. Might be a good alternative takedown/rural driving light.


When I had a lightbar I used to run my takedowns on back roads. It allows you to light up mailbox numbers and see the two Ds. (deer and dogs)
 

mixerbd699

Member
May 22, 2010
230
Fort Worth, Tx
It would be nice if they did. I have a slick top and would love to use them as a set of "takedowns" on my pushbumper. Mount in a 500 flange and an L bracket. Might be a good alternative takedown/rural driving light.


When I had a lightbar I used to run my takedowns on back roads. It allows you to light up mailbox numbers and see the two Ds. (deer and dogs)
 

mixerbd699

Member
May 22, 2010
230
Fort Worth, Tx
It would be nice if they did. I have a slick top and would love to use them as a set of "takedowns" on my pushbumper. Mount in a 500 flange and an L bracket. Might be a good alternative takedown/rural driving light.


When I had a lightbar I used to run my takedowns on back roads. It allows you to light up mailbox numbers and see the two Ds. (deer and dogs)
 

fp13-2

Member
May 20, 2010
354
Harrisburg, PA
JTipper said:
It would be nice if they did. I have a slick top and would love to use them as a set of "takedowns" on my pushbumper.
Might not be very effective in lighting the passenger compartment as takedowns from the pushbumper...
 

Fast LT1

Member
May 24, 2010
2,018
Sedgwick County, KS
You guys could always order els takedowns and mount them on the rear view mirror of your car and bumper, thats what i'll be doing!
 
May 21, 2010
1,176
NJ & IA
Klein said:

If anyone is interested in these please send me a PM, I have a set that I used for about 1.5 weeks, then switched cars and have them sitting on the shelf ever since. They are solid white however have 1 ground and 2 powers per head (split, if wanted). After payment and taxes I spend $205+. Would sell them at $160 shipped OBO. One head has a few feet of cable and the other has about a foot.


And the liberty takedowns do not work in a 500 shell, as the takedowns only come with that little metal clip to attach them to the lightbar, and are not waterproofed.
 

mixerbd699

Member
May 22, 2010
230
Fort Worth, Tx
them not being water proof is a bummer so those are out for sure. does anyone know the dimensions of the light head? They don't happen to be like half of a 400 series would they?
 

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