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Old 11-20-2012, 09:40 AM   #14
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One has to remember that standard light bars do not even have provisions for a single access rotation and you do not here of them snapping up as much as you hear about them rotating around the Y-axis. If all of a sudden I start getting snapped up light bars in the mail from disgruntled customers, I will rethink this design, but until then, I am confident that my design is the simplest and most robust solution to this problem...and will be judged as a high quality light bar in its own right.

I am really appreciating the feedback though! Keep them coming.



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Originally Posted by Lensgrinder View Post
Agreed,
With one axis it will work fine for impacts involving forward motion, but a tip over will snap it off, unless it is angled slightly rearward which would make it necessary to aim the lights inward to compensate.
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