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  1. You can also get any of my full size pods in flush mount as well. I have a round pod coming out soon too.
  2. This is the flush mount for the mini, this particular picture shows it with the scene reflector, you can also get it in the flood reflector style. The difference between the 2 is total distance vs width. The scene does a terrific job as a back up light for trail use etc, if you were putting this in a plow truck for plowing parking lots, etc. then the flood would give you more distance.
  3. And thats a direct result of cheap lights. The low quality lights out there don't have good reflectors with real focus. They have that "dot matrix" pattern in the reflector cone. All that does is scatter the light in every direction, not necessarily where you want it. It makes it seem like a wall of light 50 feet away, but doesn't do much any further than that. The flood reflectors in my lights have vertical steps to direct the beam to the desired width (40 degrees for flood), or have an oblong shape in the case of the driving lights. This focuses all the light to where you want it giving you a true focused beam, that can reach much farther, but because of the focus. As for the asshats, well they are just proud of the junk they got at wallyworld and want everyone to know it.
  4. I carry 2" mini's in both a pod type mount and a flush mount. They are 20 watt lights and super bright for their size. The "scene" style lights up a general area with a good width, while the "flood" style gives you more distance. If you have a rubi anniversary/hard rock style rear bumper, I just got in some of the pass inserts, I am installing lights into and will be available shortly.
  5. I have a new company many of you may already know about, Competition LED. The website is competition led Yes I know there are a million LED companies out there, but after dealing with some, I thought I could bring a better product to the market, and for less money. My lights are not the ebay/craigslist specials that are out there. They are legit, high quality lights that will compete with the big companies like rigid, kc, and visionx etc. I know some of you are immediately gonna say, I can get a 50" light bar for $200 on ebay, and yes you can, but sadly my 10" light bar will blow it away. On the real end of the scale, my 50" is more powerful than the rigid equivalent in a side by side test. I am working on some product videos and doing some real world testing with a lux meter, so there will be more info soon. And btw my 50" is half the price of rigids. If you have any questions, you can shoot me an email or call at 508-356-4455. Thank you!
  6. MaBell - Important!

    You mean when people wanted to wheel legally the owner did not want to oblige? We should have not asked so we could keep going and trespass? That makes a lot of sense.
  7. MaBell - Important!

    I do agree that raising both armies and rattling your sabres is not a good way to go about things but niether is burying your head in the sand and hoping nobody sees what your doing. Communication and working with people tends to lead to better results. Jerrico would not be where it is today if we just hid in our back yard and hoped nobidy saw us.
  8. MaBell - Important!

    Well sidriptide after reading your post I'm not really what message you are trying to send here. You say that there was trash and borken parts everywhere but I was just there tuesday night and there was less than a cvs bag left that we picked up. So either the trail was not as bad as you say OR the next people up the trail policed the area and picked up after the others that left it there. Did you attempt to pick any up or did you leave it for the next person to accomplish that? It is a public accessable location for people to use so the ones that care to keep that open do put in the effort to make it clean. I know of at least one cleanup effort by a group this year that cleaned all the surrounding roadsides for a few miles at the beginning of the season. As far as organized wheeling, the more organized we are the more potential we have at making a positive difference. The NEA does list this property to keep this public spot as traffic jam free as we can. Belonging to a club also offers much more, including wheeling at private properties throughout the northeast both at the individual club level to the associatiin accessible places. As of right now we are making strides to improve the availability of properties we have open to the public. NH is closing in on the final steps to opening ohv trails for us to use. Things here in Mass are also progressing and starting to at the least open the eyes of people that did not know what our sport is all about. As far as Mabell is concerned, there are some very important people working hard to keep this open.