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21.5 Inch 120w Combo Led Work Light Bar Off Road Light Driving Light Fog Light on

US $79.91

广州, 廣東省, CN

广州, 廣東省, CN
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details: Brand:FIA Manufacturer Part Number:FIA-LB120 Interchange Part Number:FIA-LB120 Other Part Number:FIA-LB120 Placement on Vehicle:Array Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:China


. LED Power: 120W

. Operating Voltage: 10-30V DC

. Waterproof rate: IP 67

. 40pcs*3w high intensity Epsitar LEDs                 

. Optional Color: Black,White

. Color Temperature: 6000K 

. Material: Diecast aluminum housing

. Lens material:Tempered glass

. Mounting Bracket: Alu firm bracket

. Beam: 12 degree Spot /60 degree flood/Combo

. 30000 hours above life time       


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