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Varad Ilk-bl Hyperled Blue Interior Accent Lighting - Set Of 4 Hyperbright Leds on 2040-parts.com

US $22.50
Location:

Rochester, New York, United States

Rochester, New York, United States
Varad ILK-BL Hyperled BLUE Interior Accent Lighting - Set Of 4 HYPERBRIGHT LEDS, US $22.50, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Varad Manufacturer Part Number:ILK-BL UPC:7 25722 80161 1

VARAD VISION 4 HYPERBRIGHT LEDS ILK-BL 

BLUE INTERIOR LEDS

CONSTRUCTED FROM HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS

FEATURES A COMPACT AND DURABLE  DESIGN

CAN BE USED INSIDE AIR VENTS, DOOR HANDLES, SPEAKER BOXES, ETC...

USE TO LIGHT UP YOUR INTERIOR OF THE VEHICLE

4 HYPERBRIGHT LEDS WITH 12 INCHES OF - / + WIRE

MOUNT WITH ADHESIVE STRIPS PROVIDED






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