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Microcolor Led Accent Lighting Pro-pack 12 Piece on 2040-parts.com

US $245.00
Location:

Salem, Oregon, United States

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

Using an industry standard 5050 SMT LED, we developed a high quality, high output universal LED accent lighting pod. The MicroCOLOR line offers magnetic mounting, IP68 waterproof rating, incredible durability and 8 foot premium leads. These features, along with several color choices, make these lights perfect for smaller accent lighting needs for motorcycles, ATV's and interior auto lighting.

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!

Applications:

  • 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
***Available Colors:
  • White 
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Pink
***Default color is white, if you would like a different color please make a comment at checkout. Thanks!

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