A few years ago, like we do almost every year, my family and I went to our cottage near Muskoka. On one of those long , hot beautiful summer days there I decided it was time I’d take the jeep for a spin. Like most guys who like to drive with more than just the top down, I had purchased a wrangler for myself. As a city boy though, my access to trails was quite limited.
I’d heard wranglers are meant to be pushed and there was no better opportunity for me to test that claim than on that day. With a variety of water front beaches, dirt trails and great scenery, my options looked great. Now, being high up in your wrangler makes for great water driving and hitting the the dirt trails at full speed.
By late afternoon, my jeep looked like it was dipped in chocolate. And my only concern was that I wouldn’t be able to do this all day. Bummed, I headed home to find a solution to this problem – I found it with LED Light Bars, and the next time I returned my only constraint was my gas.
They are exactly what they sound like and they perform even better. I wanted something that would live up to the task – durable, good quality and well known. After doing some research I found a company that created these light bars for the Australian Outback, the biggest playground in the world. Their price was affordable and the range of options gave me enough information to make the right choice. From 120 to 480 W, I picked in the middle of the power availability since I wasn’t going to be using it professionally. The curved design of LED Light Bars gave me tons of visibility, which was perfect for the winding trails at night. I decided to go with a wide beam to get the most visibility?
The results were nothing more than amazing – we got to witness wildlife, travel freely and enjoy the remote locations that are otherwise busy at night.