PIAA 4" & 6" HID Shock Lights @ DIRTY PARTS

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PIAA 4" & 6" HID Shock Lights @ DIRTY PARTS

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Post by cruiserlarry » Thu Sep 30, 2010 3:33 pm

DIRTY PARTS is now taking preorders for PIAA’s newest additions to the HID Shock Lamp Series. The new 4 and 6 inch lamps feature the same stellar performance, ultra durable housing, and internal ballast construction as PIAA's popular 8 inch HID Shock Lamp, only now available in more compact sizes for additional mounting choices.

If you've seen PIAA shock lamps on the trail, you know what they can do - DAYLIGHT out of night !!!


NEW 4 Inch Dia. RS400 12V – H3 H.I.D. 35 watt $389.95 $299.00 Preorder Price
NEW 6 Inch Dia. RS600 12V – H3 H.I.D. 35 watt $437.50 $329.00 Preorder Price


These lamps will be arriving approx end of Oct 2010. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or orders.
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Post by Chazz Layne » Thu Sep 30, 2010 5:23 pm

Is FestEx a valid shipping option? :mrgreen:

(free "shipping" to BorregoFest)
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Post by cruiserlarry » Thu Sep 30, 2010 6:28 pm

Chazz Layne wrote:Is FestEx a valid shipping option? :mrgreen:

(free "shipping" to BorregoFest)

YES. ;)

I will be happy to deliver parts to BorregoFest, space permitting. :o

Some large items, Freezer-Fridges, ARB tents, etc., will not fit in my FJ, and other arraingements will have to be made. But, for most smaller items, i.e. PIAA / Hella / Acro / Rigid lights, Trailhead Deflators, Scangauges, recovery equipment, etc., should be no problem IF they are available at the time, AND I have enough notice to pack 'em before I head out.... :lol:

(I'm going to use your name for it - "FestEx" - as the official on-site delivery option. Thanks for the assist, Chazz :D )
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Post by Chazz Layne » Thu Sep 30, 2010 6:39 pm

I'm leaning the Hella route, since the "recon rover" is all black and white lights will look silly up there. We'll see how business goes this month.


No prob... though it was someone over on ExPo that originally inspired the idea (FedExpo). :lol:
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Post by OLLIE » Mon Oct 11, 2010 3:22 pm

What's the difference from these to the ones I have on my bumper Larry?
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Post by cruiserlarry » Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:39 pm

Chazz Layne wrote:I'm leaning the Hella route, since the "recon rover" is all black and white lights will look silly up there. :lol:
The PIAA lens frames can be removed and painted black, or any color you prefer - the main body of the light is black...
OLLIE wrote:What's the difference from these to the ones I have on my bumper Larry?
The PIAA shock lamps you have are 8" diameter lens; these are smaller sizes designed to compliment the larger shock lamps...in fact 4 of these babies would look really good on your roof to keep your bumper HID's company :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by OLLIE » Tue Oct 12, 2010 8:03 pm

OLLIE wrote:What's the difference from these to the ones I have on my bumper Larry?
cruiserlarry wrote:The PIAA shock lamps you have are 8" diameter lens; these are smaller sizes designed to compliment the larger shock lamps...in fact 4 of these babies would look really good on your roof to keep your bumper HID's company :lol: :lol: :lol:
Great idea!!! You send me four of these lights and at the same time have DaveK prepare and send my divorce papers with them. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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