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Old 11-20-2023, 06:10 PM #1
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Upper grill light bar options on a 2021 ORP

Looking for some input on installing a 20-22" light bar in the upper grill on my '21 ORP. I'll be installing the TRD Pro grill this week so I want to do the light bar at the same time. The main goal of the light bar is to add some extra light in inclement weather situations if and when the need arises. We'll be moving to a place that has a lot more rain and a little snow in the next year or so so I want to do it before we get there.

I'm leaning more toward an amber light to help with fog, rain, etc but will consider a daylight (6000k) if any of you have used on and it seems to help. The Cali Raised is 6000k so that's on the back burner. The ones I'm looking at are the

Lasfit 22" Amber - Lasfit 22" Off-Road LED Amber Light Bar With Slim Single Row Combo Flo

Rough Country 20" - They have a daytime one but also have this half daytime, half amber which intrigues me:

Black Series LED Light Bar | Amber DRL | 20 Inch | Single Row | Rough Country

Obviously from my choices, I'm looking at something somewhat on more of the budget-side but still solid choices. I like the Lasfit because of the fact that I see that they're on here and are active and that it's completely amber. I have read a few reviews about water getting in them and that worries me. I want this thing to last. Any input is appreciated.
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SDHQ makes some brackets designed to either a Rigid or Baja Designs bar, so itís a simple install.
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Looking for some input on installing a 20-22" light bar in the upper grill on my '21 ORP. I'll be installing the TRD Pro grill this week so I want to do the light bar at the same time. The main goal of the light bar is to add some extra light in inclement weather situations if and when the need arises. We'll be moving to a place that has a lot more rain and a little snow in the next year or so so I want to do it before we get there.

I'm leaning more toward an amber light to help with fog, rain, etc but will consider a daylight (6000k) if any of you have used on and it seems to help. The Cali Raised is 6000k so that's on the back burner. The ones I'm looking at are the

Lasfit 22" Amber - Lasfit 22" Off-Road LED Amber Light Bar With Slim Single Row Combo Flo

Rough Country 20" - They have a daytime one but also have this half daytime, half amber which intrigues me:

Black Series LED Light Bar | Amber DRL | 20 Inch | Single Row | Rough Country

Obviously from my choices, I'm looking at something somewhat on more of the budget-side but still solid choices. I like the Lasfit because of the fact that I see that they're on here and are active and that it's completely amber. I have read a few reviews about water getting in them and that worries me. I want this thing to last. Any input is appreciated.
Lasfit fits with no modification or any extra brackets and thatís what I use.

Any 20 inch single row lightbar will probably fit with little or no modification.

The more compact the light the better.
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Lasfit fits with no modification or any extra brackets and thatís what I use.

Any 20 inch single row lightbar will probably fit with little or no modification.

The more compact the light the better.
Awesome, thanks. How do you like the light output? Feel like it's adequate? What about quality of the light bar itself?
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Awesome, thanks. How do you like the light output? Feel like it's adequate? What about quality of the light bar itself?
For what I use it for it is adequate, but keep in mind, I have ALOT of lights in the front.

The lasfit light bar is more of a spot pattern, so it works well in that location.

If i wanted more light, I would be jumping straight to BD.

I havent had any issue with condensation, but I live in sunny san diego, so YMMV.
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For what I use it for it is adequate, but keep in mind, I have ALOT of lights in the front.

The lasfit light bar is more of a spot pattern, so it works well in that location.

If i wanted more light, I would be jumping straight to BD.

I havent had any issue with condensation, but I live in sunny san diego, so YMMV.
Looks good and thanks for the info. What's BD? I'm in L.A. so same climate but will be moving to where there's much more rain and weather so curious how it'll do.

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Looks good and thanks for the info. What's BD? I'm in L.A. so same climate but will be moving to where there's much more rain and weather so curious how it'll do.
BD = baja designs.

You will probably be fine regardless of what you go with it.
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