Just wanted to say thanks for finding these, I just finished this up tonight.Added a 42" curved light bar today but still have to wire it up. Used curved brackets made specifically for a Polaris and drilled a hole in them and bolted it in with the same bolts that attaches the top of the windshield. The bar listed as a 42" but measures 43" and is the perfect fit and curved the same as the top. I just hope that the light quality will be ok.
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I ordered the last bracket set available on amazon on Monday.
i’ve had good luck with the 22” and 32” that same style of light bar.I ordered the last bracket set available on amazon on Monday.
Also ordered the light bar below.
One of the reviews is a talon with it mounted and it looks pretty good. 54000 lumens is very bright and for the price ($106 for the wiring, light and mount) think it is a good option, but will see what the end result is this coming weekend.
For the price if it gets damaged or flakes out I can buy another in a year or two that will probably be better and cheaper. Swapping out the bar down the road after adding the wiring/mount shouldn't be a big deal.i’ve had good luck with the 22” and 32” that same style of light bar.
it’s no rigid but serviceable.
around 80’ range.
(Vs 900-1200’ with the rigid 20” hyperspot)
you are saving $700 though.........
I used these brackets with the oem windshield. Different holes need to be drilled, but that was easy. They also needed to be bent for the lightbar I used. I may modify it a bit more but it is pretty solid. I have repainted the bracket since the pictures were taken.Yeah. I’m trying to find brackets and light bar to use with my oem glass windshield?
Due to the reflector design and being mounted in front of windshield you won't get any feedback.Are you all noticing much glare or reflection off of the windshield when mounting it right below the roofline?
Which harness did you purchase for that light bar? I'm looking at that light bar as well and I'm glad it's working great for you.Oh and the light bar is crazy bright. Might modify the bracket to bring the bar a little closer to the roof line, but it kind of acts like a sunshade where it sits. All in all was about $110 for the bar, the brackets and the wiring. Well $125 with the filler so the light bar switch would be next to the light switch.