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NiLight 18W Spotlights



Review and Install of Nilight 2PCS 18W 1260lm Spot Light Bar:
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Nilight 18W LED light bar is a universal version of off-road light. It has jewel-like beautiful appearance, sturdy construction, IP67 waterproof, and adjustable brackets.
It can be compatible with almost all Jeep, Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Buses, ATV’s, Boats, construction equipment and many off-road vehicles.

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  1. good informative video, that thing where you ran the cable under it's called the cowl. where did you place your switch? on the video the cable seemed to be short.

  2. Do these interfere with the radio at all, I have used some inexpensive lights in the past and they stomp all over the AM radio stations and some hissing on FM.  Just found your channel and love the vids!

  3. Hey man! I have been a subscriber for over a year now and I actually picked up my Jeep 2 days after I first saw your how to use the Jeep's 4×4 system. Well I just started making videos on it and I would love if you could check them out and give me some feed back!

  4. a set of 20 sent crimp connectors and some heat shrink tubing would make the wiring so much better. Electrical tape should be placed on top of heat shrink waterproof tubing. Good video – appreciate the hint on running the wire through the firewall – I went through the firewall by the brake pedal. Good to know alternative spot to run the wires.

  5. I ordered these about 2yrs ago and their still work. they've been in the heat,rain,snow and mud and I have no issue with them.

  6. If I get 2 of the 4 inch light bars do I need to get 2 separate wiring harness? Or is there a kit that allows you to hook both lights up? If so can someone point me to the harness I need? Getting 2 4inch Nilight 18w light bars thanks for any help

  7. Total hack job. Electrical tape is not going to stop water. Get a set of crimpers and some heat shrink. That was not a torque wrench it was a ratchet wrench. This hurt watch. I just wanted to see if the lights were any good

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