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DADZTACO

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Installed a 40” heretic on my prinsu rack and am fairly impressed with it. Looking to get another 20” bar to put behind my Victory slimline bumper. Also looking to do some sort of reverse/camping lights on the back of my
Bed rack (front runner).

Any recommendations on lights is appreciated! Anything to fill some more slots on the spod 😬
 

Nick BBP

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Installed a 40” heretic on my prinsu rack and am fairly impressed with it. Looking to get another 20” bar to put behind my Victory slimline bumper. Also looking to do some sort of reverse/camping lights on the back of my
Bed rack (front runner).

Any recommendations on lights is appreciated! Anything to fill some more slots on the spod 😬
https://www.amazon.com/d/Automotive-Light-Bars/Kawell-10-30V-Waterproof-fishing-Driving/B00NPQV06O going on my prinsu for one on each side and two in the back then Baja s2 got rear facing in the bumper as reverse lights, gonna get diode dynamics for the 20” in my bumper and 40” on the prinsu. Then big rounds in front of my grille with whatever good pods I can find on hood and in bumper
 

TrdRigid

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Installed a 40” heretic on my prinsu rack and am fairly impressed with it. Looking to get another 20” bar to put behind my Victory slimline bumper. Also looking to do some sort of reverse/camping lights on the back of my
Bed rack (front runner).

Any recommendations on lights is appreciated! Anything to fill some more slots on the spod 😬

Hey. For the 20" light bar I recommend using the RIGID SAE 20" Single Row. Since you already have your 40" combo on top the SAE 20" light bar will be the best light option for the slim line bumper. The SAE light bar is the perfect Offroad Flood light bar that is also Street Legal. yes, you can legally run this bar on the dark highways. The beam pattern is amazing. It created a 60 degree spread giving you 4 car lanes of spread on each side of the truck. The 5 degree sharp cut off vertical beams allows you to spread the light on the floor right were you need it without the light lifting onto on coming traffic. Offroading? This is benifital because the beam does not lift "spill" up so you do not get reflection back into your eyes. I run this light and I swear by it. The Rigid logo in the middle lights up seperately. I have it tied to my head lights. It looks badass when on.

The Rear Facing. Go with the RIGID Rear Facing hi/low lights. They come in Amber LED w/Amber Lens or Red LED w/Red Lens. We designed the light with a diffused lens so that traffic behind you can see you clearly in the dust without you blinding them. Way too many people are adding forward projection lights to the rear of the vehicle and just add an amber lens or cover to it. I do not recommend blinding the people behind you with a forward project light. The hi/low feature allows you to run low and tie the high into the break light. Letting drivers behind you know when you are breaking.

DM me if you have any questions @richie_at_rigid. Also hit up the dudes above at Battle Born Offroad. They can get you all these lights.

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TrdRigid

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Also looking to do some sort of reverse/camping lights on the back of my
Bed rack (front runner).

Any recommendations on lights is appreciated! Anything to fill some more slots on the spod 😬
The RIGID SRM Back up kit is what you need. The kit comes with two SRM Diffused lights. 60 degree spread at 1500 lumen each. The kit comes with a 20ft harness that allows you to plug into a switch but also has a wire for you to connect directly to reverse. So you can manually turn them on or they can automatically come on when reversing. Life time warranty. I run these on my truck and they are more than enough light.

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ShikyoX

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Hey. For the 20" light bar I recommend using the RIGID SAE 20" Single Row. Since you already have your 40" combo on top the SAE 20" light bar will be the best light option for the slim line bumper. The SAE light bar is the perfect Offroad Flood light bar that is also Street Legal. yes, you can legally run this bar on the dark highways. The beam pattern is amazing. It created a 60 degree spread giving you 4 car lanes of spread on each side of the truck. The 5 degree sharp cut off vertical beams allows you to spread the light on the floor right were you need it without the light lifting onto on coming traffic. Offroading? This is benifital because the beam does not lift "spill" up so you do not get reflection back into your eyes. I run this light and I swear by it. The Rigid logo in the middle lights up seperately. I have it tied to my head lights. It looks badass when on.

The Rear Facing. Go with the RIGID Rear Facing hi/low lights. They come in Amber LED w/Amber Lens or Red LED w/Red Lens. We designed the light with a diffused lens so that traffic behind you can see you clearly in the dust without you blinding them. Way too many people are adding forward projection lights to the rear of the vehicle and just add an amber lens or cover to it. I do not recommend blinding the people behind you with a forward project light. The hi/low feature allows you to run low and tie the high into the break light. Letting drivers behind you know when you are breaking.

DM me if you have any questions @richie_at_rigid. Also hit up the dudes above at Battle Born Offroad. They can get you all these lights.

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SAE is NOT street legal
DOT IS street legal



SAE :is a guide for the quality of the product

DOT : test the product to make sure it is fully complied with transportation law and approve for use in all US roads and highways
 
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