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Monster The Ultimate Led Rock Light Pro-pack 12 Piece on 2040-parts.com

US $665.00
Location:

Salem, Oregon, United States

Salem, Oregon, United States
Condition:New UPC:Does not apply

The Monster is the ultimate LED rock light. With (8) ultra high efficiency LED's it has the highest output of all our rock lights at the same size as MAX. The Monster from LUX offers magnetic mounting, high output, super broad light coverage, IP68 waterproof rating, incredible durability and 14 foot leads. These truly are the Ultimate LED Rock Light

Super Cool White Color 6500K.

Bundle and Save with the Pro-Pack complete LED lighting system. The Pro-Pack includes everything you need for a clean, professional OEM quality installation with a $50 discount and free shipping!

***Lights must be mounted to a flat metal surface for proper heat dissipation***

Application:

  • LED Rock Light
  • LED Accent Lighting
  • Interior Lighting

Whats In The Box:
  • 12 Light Pods
  • 30 Zip Ties
  • Pro Install Kit
  • LUX Logo Rocker Switch
Color:
  • Cool White

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