Cyclops Cyc-s40012vr 12 Volt Corded 4 Million Candle Power Spotlight Car Truck on 2040-parts.com
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Condition:NewType:LightModel:S40012VRBrand:cyclopsWarranty:YesManufacturer Part Number:S40012VRUPC:813628074144
CYC-S40012VR Cyclops Thor 12V 4 Million Candle Spot
4 Million Candle Power
Featuring a 120 watt H3 Halogen bulb
Direct use with 12V DC plug adapter with 6 foot coiled cord
Detachable red lens included
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By Tim Pollard
First Official Pictures
29 December 2008 00:31
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