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What I'm trying to figure out is how I would calculate the max. force on the lights so I can determine which electromechanics to use for a pan/tilt system.

I know the bar will have 4 lights, but I haven't decided on which lights I'm going to use. I am hoping for an equation I could use to calculate the force on different size lights at highway speeds

Thank you in advance,

Justin

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# Force on car at speed

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