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Those off-road adventures wait for no one. When the trails start beckoning, make sure you have the KC lights to cut right through any rain, snow, fog or nighttime darkness that stands between your vehicle and a really good time. KC highlights are specifically made to fit with your Jeep or other off-road rig and offer multiple bulb options to make sure you get just the right of illumination you need.
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KC HiLites Apollo Pro Off-Road Lights

Apollo Pro Lights Fog Beam Pattern

I love the lights just not the fob beam pattern. I have had the spread pattern before and like them much better. The spread pattern is much brighter and you can see farther down the road. Overall I would buy the Spread beam pattern and not the fog beam pattern but I do love the Apollo Pro Lights from KC and I would recommend them to anybody. View more reviews...
Posted By Bryan W (RALEIGH, NC) / April 24, 2020
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KC HiLites Daylighter Off-Road Lights System

Bright

They look great and very bright. I don't care for the yellow covers so I ordered the black ones View more reviews...
Posted By Donald p (PHOENIX, AZ) / December 18, 2018
2017 Dodge Ram
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KC HiLites SlimLite Series Lights System

Fall22

The lights work well, however I find that they both seem to favor lighting the right side of the road. I must turn the left at a noticeable angle to get light to the left area. View more reviews...
Posted By Glenn M (Conroe, TX) / November 7, 2017
2012 Dodge Ram
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Friday, June 5, 2020

DIY Everything: How to Choose Off-Road Lights

These days you can’t swing a broken tie rod without knocking 14 light pods off the nearest angry-eyed Jeep Wrangler. The market is totally saturated with all sorts of near-identical looking light pods, light bars, and big, classic round lights. There’s a trap I find myself falling into all the time, a condition I like […] The post DIY Everything: How to Choose Off-Road Lights appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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