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Tube Clamp Spotlight Mount

Price: $19.95
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Mount spotlights to a bullbar or similar object with ease.
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Comes with two interchangeable sizes.
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The easiest way to mount your spotlights.

Price: $19.95



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Product Description

Easily mount your spotlights to any bullbar or other tubular object using this tube clamp. Comes with two different sized interchangeable inserts.

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Postage & Delivery:

DELIVERY

All HID Acessories will be express posted using Australia Post.

Once your order has veen dispatched, we will email you the tracking number and website to which you can track your order online.

All orders require a signature at delivery, so we recommend using a delivery address where someone will be during the day. Post office boxes are OK.


For shipping of HID Accessories, please allow 5-7 business days for delivery.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)


If you have a general question about our policies, returns, etc - please check our FAQ Page.

Otherwise, for questions specifically about our HID kits, please see below:

Where will my order be shipped from?

All our HID kits are shipped from within Australia (we do not "drop-ship" from overseas). Most of the time we dispatch orders on the same day we receive them (if you order before 5pm Sydney time, Monday to Friday)

All our HID kits include express postage any where in Australia for free. This means you should receive your order within 1-3 business days. Remote / country areas may take longer depending on the postal situation. Once dispatched, Jenny will email you an Australia Post online tracking number, so you can track your order.

Do you have a shop that I can come and pick up my order?

If you'd like to buy from a physical store, please visit one of our stockists. We suggest phoning ahead to make sure they have the item you are looking for in stock.

Alternatively, you can buy direct from us by ordering online 24x7, or telephoning us during office hours on (02) 8014 8432 - after which, we will dispatch your order direct from our warehouse (orders placed before 5pm Sydney time are usually shipped the same day)

We accept payment using Visa, MasterCard, Direct Deposit, Cheque, Money Order or Paypal.

I've been given a quote for replacement HID globes from my car dealer and they were over $300 - why are your's so cheap?

I would answer that question with "Why are the dealer's so expensive?"

It is common knowledge that car delaers place huge mark-ups on aftermarket goods and spare parts. Here in Perth I knew of a certain dealer charging $3000 (including installation) for a product that RETAILED for $800.

Since we do not have the overheads & expenses of a "traditional retail shop" we do not need to apply the same outrageous mark-ups to our products like the car dealers do!

Just wondering about the heat generated with 35watt, 55watt and 75watt HID

A 35watt HID puts out less heat than a 55watt halogen bulb (and a lot less than a 100watt halogen bulb)

A 55watt HID puts out a little more heat than a 55watt halogen bulb. If your headlights / spotlights are ony rated to 55watt (or it is suggested NOT to use higher than 55watt) then it is best to stick with 35watt only. That being said, we have had literally hundreds of customers install a 55watt HID kit with no heat problems.

In my own car, I replaced the stock headlight assembly with aftermarket (plastic) headlights that had built in angel eyes. On these aftermarket lights, it actually said do not use HID. When I quizzed the seller, he told me that they were fine to use HID. So I installed 35watt in the low beam, and 55watt in the high beam, and two years later, these plastic aftermarket headlights have had no heat damage. The reflector and the polycarb lens are as clear as the day I bought them.

Since when we started selling HID products in 2006, I have only had two cases where a customer had issues with heat. Both these cases, the customer was using 55watt HIDs. So the bottom line is if you are worried about heat, stick to 35watt HID. But even with 55watt HID you have a 99% chance it will be fine.

As for 75watt and 100watt HID systems, this is a different story. You should only use these HIDs to replace a 100watt or 130watt halogen bulb. The amount of heat generated by these high power HID will melt plastic lights. The best spotlight for these high power HIDs is a Hella Rally 4000 - which is made of metal with a glass lens. You risk melting anything made from plastic.

Do you sell the 100watt HID kits?

Here is a little known truth for you....

Be very careful if you're looking at buying a "100 watt" HID kit!

Firstly, most of the so called "100 watt" kits actually use re-badged 75watt ballasts.

Secondly, ALL the "100 watt HID kits" are only using a 75watt bulb. There is no manufacturer (at the time of this writing) that produces a genuine 100watt HID bulb. This is not a huge deal, because a 75watt bulb can be used with a (true) 100watt ballast. It just won't last as long if it was driven with a 75watt ballast.

Because most of the "100 watt" kits out there (especially on eBay) are using 75-85 watt ballast (with a 100watt sticker) the globes in these kits are fine. The globes are 75watt and the ballasts are close to 75watts, so the kits will last your usual 3000 hours.

But if you manage to get a TRUE 100watt ballast, your 75 watt bulbs will burn out faster.

How do I know this? Because the last time I was in China (October 2012) visiting HID manufacturers, one of the things I was specifically looking for was a manufacturer of (true) 100watt HID bulbs. My research found none existed. There are only 75watt bulbs.


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