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Selling my 3" amber-colored cube lights from Rigid Industries!

 

I LOVE these lights. Rigid has the most unique and "deep" amber colored lights on the market. The eye-relief at night is fantastic and the light cuts through dust like it is nothing. The beam pattern on these lights are set up in a "hyper spot" pattern, giving you hundreds of feet of columnized light. They work well mounted near your A-pillars, but really shine when bumper mounted, giving you excellent contrast along the trail.

 

These aren't cheap-o Chinese lights. Rigid makes quality, water proofed, dust proof, nuke-proof light housings.

 

$100 for the pair

These retail for $300+

 

Included:

  • A pair of lights
  • Mounts for the lights

 

The lights use a common Deutsch Connector on each light.

 

Condition:

Used. They're in good shape and were mounted under a bumper behind a screen for approx 40,000 miles.

 

Photo time!

 

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Do you think these could be used as chase lights? What does the bottom look like? Wondering if the have the "bolt" out the bottom like my A pillar lights. I'm looking for something to bolt on my aftermarket tailgate hinges.

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22 minutes ago, shellback91 said:

Do you think these could be used as chase lights? What does the bottom look like? Wondering if the have the "bolt" out the bottom like my A pillar lights. I'm looking for something to bolt on my aftermarket tailgate hinges.

 

Hey Marty!

 

I can totally see these being used as a chase light, depending on what you're mounting them on. The beam pattern is "focused" so it's not a flood pattern that would blind everyone no matter the angle. My "Eye of Sauron" is a driving pattern, so pretty close in light shape, just for reference.

 

From a size perspective, the lights are 4 LEDs. My chase light is a twin LED setup.

 

For mounting, here are some additional photos of the mount. They can be "reversed" to make the mount more low-profile by flipping the mount in reverse.

 

Note my "not overly large man hands" for size perspective.

 

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I was thinking of using an A Pillar mount like I have up front. I'll chew on it and see if I can find an installer to do some wiring. I'll check back in.

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Unfortunately I do not think these will work with my set up. Potential clearance issues in the tailgate area.

Kicking And Screaming Tantrum GIF

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1 hour ago, shellback91 said:

Unfortunately I do not think these will work with my set up. Potential clearance issues in the tailgate area.

Kicking And Screaming Tantrum GIF

 

No worries!

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Sold!

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