ricster wrote:I have a set of KC's on my bullbar, wires to a separate switch that is again linked to the brights. So basically if I have my parking and main beams on ( KC's off ) and I push the light stick to put the brights on, then I can either have the KC switch on or off. I leave the KC switch in the ON position permanently so when I switch on the brights everything comes on, and off again if a car approaches from the front. The KC's are connected via a relay directly to the battery, with an activation feed from the old small gauge wire that was already there from the Patrols headlight connector if I recall correctly.
They are the standard Halogen type globes ( 130watt ), that I believe are not really legal, but are worth every cent and light up the road beautifully.
The only down side is that the are spot lights and not flood lights, so they tend to light up the road, but not much on the sides.
Power consumption.... who cares, I only use them when the motor is running, and the Alternator and Battery is more than capable of handling the extra power draw ( and the cabling too ).
The Patrol driving lights are Daybreakers from Osram ( Might be called Night breakers..... can't remember now )
So Cedric, does your main beams have to be on to be able to use your spot lights or can you use the spots without having to switch on the main beams?