Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Western Maine mountains
It isn't hard to find a decent lightbar. I did and it only cost me under $40 dollars, I spent a little more
in that I bought a better wiring harness, for more, but only have $68 bucks in it total. I have had it
for more than 3 years now and it works flawlessly. It is a dual beam not single. Look for a light
bar that uses 180 Watts vs 240 Watts. Much easier on the battery. Like some of the responses
above when the lightbar is on you won't even know the head lights are. I have the 40 inch lightbar.
I like the 40 or 42 inch lightbars as they don't hang up on limbs and growth that you tend to drive
under. Lightbars will give you more light than you will believe.
2013 Polaris Ranger 900 XP Camo
Blue Sea #5025 Fuse Block w/Neg. Bus
Seizmik rearview + Side view mirrors
MotoAlliance Firestorm Cab heater w/defrost
MotoAlliance Viper 4000 lb winch 1/4" syn rope
Rockford Fosgate radio and speakers
40 inch led lightbar / Glass windshield, poly rear
27 inch Mud Gear Innova tires / Beast Eyes
Rear EMT bumper / 4 inch lift kit
Ranger put the word laughter in slaughter..