(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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The Lite Spot Chassis Rock Lights Kit is for those of you that have a 1987 and up Wrangler and are looking to add some Rock Lights, either for accent lighting or for their intended use of Rock Lights, so that you and your spotter can better see the terrain you are running over while you're wheeling at night.This kit is going to be a little bit more involved of an installation than some of the other kits on the market, and it is also going to be a little bit more expensive than some of those other kits, even some of those other kits that have additional features. However, this is going to be a very, very well-built kit. This is going to be nearly indestructible, it's going to provide a ton of light. So if you're looking for something that's very functional and you're okay doing a little bit of wiring, I think this is going to be one of your best bets.This kit includes a total of eight lights. You're also going to get some wiring, you're going to get a small switch, you're gonna get things like zip ties and ring connectors and butt splices, things that you'll need to be able to get everything wired up. Again, this is not going to be a plug-and-play kit like some of the others on the market, this also isn't going to have strobe functions or anything like that. This is going to be a more simplistic, but again, very, very high-quality kit that is going to require a little bit to get it installed. These lights themselves are going to be a PC board that is encased in a resin. Each one of the lights is magnetic which will make getting them actually mounted to the bottom of your vehicle very simple, again, the wiring is a different story. And these do come with self-tapping screws that will go right through the hole up the middle of each of the lights if you want to mount this a little bit more permanently. So for the install I am gonna give this a two out of three wrenches because of the wiring that you'll have to do, and also if you do wanna mount these permanently the drilling that you'll have to do.So the first step in the process is really just putting the lights wherever you want them underneath the vehicle, inside the wheel wells, underneath the bumpers, underneath the chassis itself, wherever you decide to put these. If you are gonna be mounting them with the magnets only, of course, you're going to be attaching these to a ferrous metal surface. However, if you plan on using the self-tapping screws you can really put these on anything you want. Once you have the lights themselves mounted, then you go through the wiring process. Now, each of the lights comes with a lead on it that is a two-wire lead. You will of course have to extend that two-wire lead, loop all of the lights together, finally going to a switch, and then powering that switch from the battery or an ignition source, however you choose to. These are a simple 12-volt light so you can pick up power pretty much anywhere you want to, and you can run all of these directly through that switch instead of needing a relay because they are such a low draw. If you're not someone who's comfortable with automotive wiring, I would recommend taking your Jeep to a shop to have these installed. However, if you are okay doing a little bit of soldering and making those connections, this is going be a fairly simple installation.This kit's going to run you right around $150, and as I mentioned before that is going to be a little bit more than some of the other kits on the market, even some of those other kits that have more features. If you're looking for colored lights, if you're looking for lights that have a strobe function or a T5 to turn them on and off, if you're looking for more of a plug-and-play installation, I would say look elsewhere, there are some other options and some of those may even be less expensive. But if you're truly looking for one of the highest-quality, simplest workhorse set of Rock Lights that you can find, I think this is going to be a great option and well worth the price.So if you're looking for a really high-quality set of Rock Lights I definitely recommend looking into these Lite Spot Lights that you can find right here at extremeterrain.com.
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Superior Night Lighting. Whether you're making night trail runs or need additional lighting under the hood or chassis, Off Road Only's LiteSPOT Chassis Rock Lights Kit is the ideal answer. This kit includes everything you'll need to create a custom lit Wrangler without emptying your wallet. You'll be able to easily create spot lights for crawling or repairs, additional illumination under the hood or in the cab or any combination to perfectly suit your lifestyle. Best of all these lights are low power, drawing only 175 milliamps at 12 volts and don't require an additional battery to install.
Extreme Construction. This kit includes 8 white, compact LiteSPOTs, each with 3 high intensity LEDs set in impact resistant solid polyurethane for extreme durability. The lights are fully sealed, providing the submersible answer to your lighting needs. Each light features an integrated magnet for easy placing and can easily be hard mounted with included self tapping screws for a permanent upgrade. Their compact design makes placement simple and easy, measuring 1.375" in diameter and only .5" thick.
Kit Contents. This LiteSpot Chassis kit includes everything you need for a custom set up including 8 lights, a lighted rocker switch, solder seals, wiring, connectors, self tapping screws and instructions with suggestions for light placement and wire routing.
Application. The Off Road Only LiteSPOT Chassis Rock Lights Kit is designed for universal application on 1966-2021 Jeep CJ and Wrangler Models including Rubicon and Unlimited models.
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(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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