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KC HiLites 69 Series Lights System Part #241 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Frank W (Westfield, MA) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 04, 2015 8:26 AM
The KC HiLights 69 Series Light System.Was easy to install,Looks great on my 2015 Toyota Tacoma truck and really lites up everything in the distance.They were easy to aim.Great Product
Reviewed by Joshua H (Killeen, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Nov 22, 2012 7:14 PM
These lights are so easy to install. Everything is very straight forward and they went in with no problem. I placed mine behind the grille of my 12 Ram 1500 and I bought the Long Range model (pencil dots) and I love em bc they go forever, but for the 2k+ mile we took for Thanksgiving cross country, we ordered replacement lens to change em to driving lights, which is only 4 phillips screws and a lens cover. The listed candlepower is less, but the diffence is amazing. Side to side flood lights.
Reviewed by Lowell J (Fort Wingate, NM) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee — Dec 08, 2008 7:23 AM
These lights are of a great quality, are easy to install (especially with the wiring harness), and are easy to adjust (carry a wrench). I use the long range lights for seeing animals alongside the road in wooded and off-road areas. The range is amazing because of the narrow beam, and the color is comfortable--it doesn't wash the terrain out. A little light is thrown to the sides, wider than the stock lights go, which helps side vision a little bit, but it's not much. If you are doing a lot of windy roads, consider the driving lights version because the beams are pretty narrow.
Reviewed by Kimberly W (Lumberton, NJ) Reviewed for a 1992 Jeep Cherokee — Aug 23, 2008 12:28 PM
I got these lights because i needed some good lighting for when i take my truck in the woods. The KC 69 Series are great for off road. They are ridiculously bright and perfect for dark wooded roads. Also great for avoiding animals on and off the road.
Reviewed by Chris P (Kenai, AK) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford Explorer — Sep 13, 2006 10:12 AM
I started my search for auxillary lights after driving my girlfriend's Chevy Blazer in the rain at night. In Alaska you just have to have good lights. Hundreds of moose every year are killed on the road and they usually total the vehicle. I could barely see the road with her stock lights and staying between the white line and the oncoming headlights was the only way to go. So... A week later I welded a new bumper/light bar on Molly's Blazer and mounted the lights. That night we tested them out and were amazed! The 69's totally put the stock lights to shame. Since then, I bought another set for my Explorer. I'm very happy with them. The wiring harness included is fully assembled, whereas with other brands there is a lot of snipping and crimping wires. The KC's were very easy to install and the instructions are very complete. Also, nobody is going to snap the 69's off your vehicle like other brands with fragile plastic mounts. When you bolt these on, they are there to stay. They are great lights.
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