THE SHOP

August '19

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52 THE SHOP AUGUST 2019 V ersatile automotive light bars continue to have their days in the sun, offering an attractive customization option with real-world benefits for applications ranging from trail runners to street tuners. Available in sizes to fit any space, they are a bright idea as a finishing touch on a complete customization project, or as an in-demand standalone product for drivers looking to push back the night. Easy to use and install, light bars are a solid addition to any shop's product mix. Manufacturers share how new technology is driving the product niche forward and provide tips on how the products can become shining sales leaders. BAJA DESIGNS San Marcos, California Chris Fortunato Marketing Manager Our hottest Light Bar product for 2019 is … … the OnX6 Hybrid LED/Laser light bar series. Its best features include … … the best of current LED technology as well as advanced laser chips available exclusively from Baja Designs. This light bar provides a smooth blend of light in all of the driver's primary zones. Each 10-inch section includes two high- output LEDs, two distance-specific LEDs and two ultra-long-distance Laser chips. New technology is affecting the Light Bar market by … … providing an avenue into the next gener- ation of forward-projection lighting. These laser light bars are at the pinnacle of per- formance and are simply the first iteration of the next big step in our industry. An unexpected benefit for shops offering Light Bars is … … light bars are a somewhat universal product that one can add to their shop's line. Whether you sell bumpers, suspen- sions or other components, vehicle lighting THE SHINING Versatile light bars continue to have their days in the sun. Whether you sell bumpers, suspensions or other components, vehicle lighting is an easy fit with the rest of your available product line. (Photo courtesy Baja Designs) Baja Designs currently has an exclusive license for laser-chip technology in the aftermarket. Applications can project light more than half a mile. (Photo courtesy Baja Designs).

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