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    TURN NIGHT INTO DAY : KC Gravity Pro6 LED Light Bar

    As most of you know, Cindy and I love to get out on the trail, as often as we can and stay out there well into the night. Most of this is because there's just so much we want to see and do that we always try to use every last bit of sunlight that we can. Unfortunately, this often leaves us driving through the darkness of night with just our headlights to light up the way. And, while the new JL Wrangler and JT Gladiator LED headlights do a pretty good job of it, having a bit more light is always nice to have.

    For years now, we've resisted installing a light bar on our Jeeps and mainly because we really hated the look of the square LED's that were all the rage. But, ever since KC came out with their Gravity Pro6 light bar, essentially 8 round LED's that are linked together and have a really nice classic look, we've been itching to get our hands on one. Well, we finally broke down and did just that and holy hell, am I ever glad that we did! With them on, it's like having daylight in front of you and we literally can drive 4X faster!

    Anyway, here are a few shots of what they look like.


















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    TURN NIGHT INTO DAY : KC Gravity Pro6 LED Light Bar

    That is just badass! They are classic Baja verses the square light bar. I agree, they look so much better.

    Those drone shots are amazing! They throw a ton of light. The side spread is pretty crazy too.


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    I been wanting this set up since Mel installed it one his first Gladiator. Looks sick


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    Those look great. Much wind noise?
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    So cool and, as someone with two Jeeps with LED bars, I completely agree that the classic look of these lights is so much better!

    Have you figured out any possible way to run these AND your snorkel?


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    Those look great, and a lot of light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    That is just badass! They are classic Baja verses the square light bar. I agree, they look so much better.

    Those drone shots are amazing! They throw a ton of light. The side spread is pretty crazy too.
    The side spread really is amazing. Of course, KC puts 2 wide beam lights on either end of the bar and they really make a HUGE difference.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    I been wanting this set up since Mel installed it one his first Gladiator. Looks sick
    Us too. They're just kind of pricey

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    Those look great. Much wind noise?
    Surprisingly, no. I'm sure they make some noise but not anymore than what I was already hearing from our roof rack. Certainly, our tires make more noise than that too.

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    Looks amazing! I'm with ya'll love the classic look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    So cool and, as someone with two Jeeps with LED bars, I completely agree that the classic look of these lights is so much better!

    Have you figured out any possible way to run these AND your snorkel?
    There are other light bar mounts that could probably be made to work but they don't look real good. I figure for the kind of wheeling we do, lights are more important than a snorkel. Also, our JL was more than happy to take the hand me down

    Quote Originally Posted by 19YJ94 View Post
    Those look great, and a lot of light.
    Thanks

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