Reviewed By mark h (Mead, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Edge —1/4/2016 9:04 PM
I was worried about light output from such small lights, but they absolutely light up the road as well as the last set of Hella's that were 8 times larger.
Reviewed By Barbara M (FLAGSTAFF, AZ) —12/29/2015 8:42 PM
I purchased a single hella rallye 4000 light to build a new light bar that holds 4 of the lights instead of the 3 light bar set up I've had for 9 years.the new light was still made the same as my 9 year old lights which have been used on and off road(mostly off road).the lights work well,adjust easily with the supplied allen wrenches and/or the adjustment bolts which have a knurled finish for quick adjustments.the light body is very solid and is easily broken down for bulb replacement if needed
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