This LED flood lamps were a great addition to my military humvee. It feels much safer riding the trails after dark with these lights powered up. The beam angle is nice and wide and they leave very little left in shadow.
Putting these on a 95 geo tracker. Yes you read that correctly. These lights are beasts!! nice housing, good sturdy quality. I'm not worried about the lights taking damage at all. The vehicle is a trail vehicle, used for play, so I am not too concerned with wear and tear, but these will mount nicely to the homemade bumper.
As soon as I pulled these out of the package I knew these were very well built and heavy duty. I'm about to install these on the rear of my CF-MOTO as back-up lights to make it street legal. All I lack is these lights and some blinkers. As soon as I get these mounted and wired up I will follow up with another review to let you know if I had any installation issues, but it appears at the moment it comes with everything I will need to get these hooked up and working. UPDATE: Got these reverse lights installed and they are super bright! These really light the woods up when your out riding at night and I was lucky I already had an area that had two bolts so I didn't need to drill anything, they bolted up nice and within 30 minutes had them installed and wired.
My car came factory with these UGLY 4" round lights in the bumper. They're a PITA to keep em running. They're also expensive. I have used Nilights on ALL my rides, and I LOVE the brand!!! So when i saw these I was like LIGHT BULB!!! (Gru reference). They are mounted on my brush-guard and angled down and out on both sides. They light up the ditch great so I can see better when taking sharp turns at high rates of speed at night. Who does that? Someone who likes to drive a sporty, super fast car at night, thats who!Nilights are simply put the BEST offroad lights Ive found ANYWHERE!!! I have the 100 watt 6" Nilights on the same car, as well as on both of my Mercedes Sprinters. They're going on 8 years of nightly use, and they still look and work amazing!ALL 5 GLOWING STARS!Look forget ALL the other brands. Seriously. ONLY buy Nilights!!! PERIOD!!! They are a little cheaper than the cheapest LEDS (see my other reviews for reviews on those... They're NOT 5 stars!!!) and they are a LOT less than name brands. Most people have never heard of Nilights. They are amazing WELL MADE lihghts that last a LONG LONG LONG time. Anmd that in 2022 is all you have to read. Because theres a BILLION lightbars in the world's landfills. Dont be that guy. Pay a LITTLE more (not much honestly) and just buy these!
I have some mounting location options I'm going to play with and see what I like best. I have a roof rack on my truck cab with an awning attached to it. These would be great scene lights and I would only need to use one per side. Or these would be great wired into the reverse lights mounted on the top of my cap. Or work lights back there.I may be opting for scene lights for now, then maybe move them to the cap as work lights position later.The construction seems well, and the wiring is decent sized. They are not cheesy lightweight lights. The mounting hardware is standard stuff. Maybe I'll upgrade to stainless. I am going to wire them into a controlled system. It's just the regular wiring. I'm going to add quick disconnects (like I always do to all my lights) so I move them if needed.These are great, and plenty bright enough. Great color too. Perfect for using your tailgate or swingout tire carrier table lighting.You could mount these on anything too. If it has a 12v power source, you're in business.
Metal body feels heavy duty, wiring appears to be of appropriate gauge to handle the electrical load (unlike what you sometimes get). Mounting brackets and hardware included....it would be nice for enough wire length + dash rocker switch to do a complete install, but those are inexpensive enough to acquire elsewhere...just one more step to complete.These will be going on my Jeep YJ Wrangler and should be an easy install.They appear plenty bright based on other reviews and I have NO DOUBT are certainly way brighter than my stock 1987 YJ Wrangler rectangular incandescent headlights!