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58 THE SHOP AUGUST 2019 … familiarize yourself with the features and benefits of LuminiX light bar offerings. All light bars are not the same and more is not always better. We use fewer, higher-quality LEDs that are brighter and more efficient. This means you get more reliable output in a smaller and higher-quality chassis. DELTA TECH INDUSTRIES/ DELTA LIGHTS Ontario, California Chuck Moya Sales Manager Our hottest Light Bar product for 2019 is … … SHIELD Tubular Light Bars—01-9576- TUBL (LED Long Range), 01-9576-TUBB (LED Long Range with blinkers) and 01-9576-TUBF (LED Combo Long Range and Flood). Its best features include … … made in USA; aluminum tubular-design 52-inch crossbar; all-aluminum structure that weighs 12 pounds including brackets; six LED pods, each generating 8,000 raw lumens for total output of 48,000 raw lumens; light housing reflective technology that amplifies light output by approxi- mately 20 percent as well as increasing penetration distance; maximum efficiency of light output 229 lumens per watt; precision-crafted aluminum mounting brackets; installs on Jeep JK models using existing vehicle bolts in about 30 minutes with no drilling; universal version without mounting hardware available; maximum aerodynamics and no wind noise or whis- tling; all components are serviceable and can be replaced if damaged. Three versions are available—Long Range with and without directional blinkers, and a Combo dual-beam Long Range and Flood. New technology is affecting the Light Bar market by … … the ever-increasing popularity of LED lighting increases production volume, which translates into lower prices. Meanwhile, 3-D imaging and mapping technology is making it easier to design mounting hardware and adapt light bars to a wider range of vehicle applications. Reflective technology allows for ampli- fication of the light beam to reach greater THE SHINING Today's light bars offer a variety of installation options for a custom fit. (Photos courtesy Putco/ 3-D imaging and mapping technol- ogy is making it easier to design mounting hardware and adapt light bars to a wider range of vehicle applications. (Photo courtesy Delta Tech Industries/Delta Lights)

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