Looking to separate your Jeep from others?
Upgrade your Jeeps look and brightness with these new LED grille lights.
They slot in seamlessly into the factory Jeep Wrangler JK grille.
Each light boasts 3200 lumens which make they incredibly bright, especially when you add more lights.
You can install up to 5 lights into the factory grille.
LED Power: 48W (16pcs x 3w High Intensity Philips LEDs) each lightbar
Color Temperature: 6000k
Light bars are 8 inches
Durable diecast aluminum housing (black)
Breather hole reduces condensation
IP67 Waterproof rating
Note: Will fit the factory grille, Angry Birds Grille, and Eagle Eye Grille. Off-road use only. Some drilling required.
Two 8-inch light bars
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Great product, fits standard Fat Boy housing perfect. Had to splice into headlamp harness to power up the glow rings separate from the beam lamps. Otherwise no problems.
As the four stars indicates, I do like this light bar, but I have serious issues with the claims about power and brightness. I paid full price for this light bar and was able to compare it to a sample I received: Rigidhorse 5D lens 52 Inch 500w Curved Cree LED Light Bar that I paid half price for and bought to put on my new 2017 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution to light up my stepdeck trailer when I'm securing a load at night or backing into a tight spot in a dark area. I used a Schumacher SE-4022 2/10/40/200 Amp Battery Charger and Tester to power up both light bars in my shop and was able to instantly click one on and off and then the other and also both at the same time to compare brightness. Both light bars appear to be nearly the same brightness overall, but the Rigidhorse bar has a much brighter oblong spot in the middle of the beam. The Osram is brighter in the center than the rest of the beam, and puts out a very bright, very wide beam of light. Both bars seem well built. Unfortunately, both bars misrepresent their wattages. My first clue that something was amiss was that while the wire harnesses included with both lights came with a 40 amp relay installed, the wiring itself was insufficient to properly carry 40 amps at 12 volts DC. Then I noticed when I had the light bars hooked up to the battery charger that the ammeter was indicating a current draw of only 10 to 12 amps with one light bar on and 20 to 23 amps with both light bars turned on. Not knowing how accurate the ammeter is on the battery charger, I decided to purchase an ammeter to properly test the draw. The result was that the Osram light bar that claims 288 watts (24 amps at 12 volts DC) draws about 9 - 10 amps (108 to 120 watts) and the Rigidhorse light bar that claims 500 Watts (41.67 amps at 12 volts DC) actually pulls 12 - 13 amps at 12 volts DC (144 - 156 watts). It's not surprising that power claims are greatly exaggerated with these light bars. It seems to be standard procedure with many products if the manufacturers or sellers think they can get away with it. It just irritates me that they can't be honest. Does it really matter how much power these light bars draw as long as they are bright enough to make the buyer happy? It does if you need to install them in an application where you are not going to use the provided wiring. The greater the current draw and the longer the wire you need to use, the thicker the wire needs to be. If these lights really consumed the power they advertised, I'd have needed to use 6 or 8 AWG wire (think something close to car battery cable size) to power the lights off a single 25 foot-long conductor. As it turned out, I was able to just use the truck's stock wiring and built in accessory switch to power the Osram light. Overall, I like the Osram and would recommend it for those not looking for a beam that has a very bright center. Itâ€™s less than half the price of the Rigidhorse light and performs essentially the same.
Had my doubts but I've had it for 3 months and no issues.
Had my doubts with some of the negatives but I've had it for 3 months and no issues. I've taken it to the beach, have driven through storms and pressure washed my truck and it still works. I did install it behind the grill of my 2014 gmc sierra. It came with the wire harness and switch. The harness has a fuse in it too. I'm pleased with the light spread. I was looking at spending $200 minimum at an asscesory dealer. Bought this and installed it with a buddy of mine for the 60 some bucks it cost plus a six pack.
Great value is in this package.
These lights are super bright
I've taken it to the beach, have driven through storms and pressure washed my truck and it still works
Great bar! Looks and feels like it is high quality. The light itself is very bright and illuminates alot.