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8" KC RALLY 800 lights 130 watt

Old 05-28-2019, 02:00 AM
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Default 8" KC RALLY 800 lights 130 watt

I have a used pair of 8" KC RALLY lights w/ 130w bulbs, they came with 150w bulbs but nobody makes a 150w bulb I can find. At 150w they put out 387,000 candle power each light, 130 watt roughly 360,000 candle power. Beam distance 1200 meter spot pattern. They are used with usual road and sun damage with lexan lenses. I recently polished my other set still on my Jeep with a 3m kit, so they will buff out. They aren't yellow just a slight haze if you look close. They also had a coat of paint put on shortly before I took them off my other rig I sold. The stone guards could use a coat too, I scuffed them and degreased after I took them off and never got around to spraying them. Full original wiring included and mounting hardware, no switch it stayed with sold rig. I have no problems running them on my stock 90 amp alternator. These are the slim version as well, lil over 3" deep, see side pic on bumper.

Asking $175 obo, shipped - over $500 new. Probably UPS shipped because they won't fit in any of the USPS priority boxes.

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