MBRP Windshield Light Mounts Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Mount your auxiliary lights without taking up a ton of room. The MBRP Jeep Windshield Light Mount offers more space for auxiliary lights by securely attaching to your Jeep’s windshield.
This MBRP light mount bracket is built specifically for your Jeep. Because MBRP knows how tough you are on your rig, they’ve laser cut and crafted this windshield light bracket from heavy-gauge materials for supreme durability.
What’s more, your MBRP Windshield Light Mounts are finished in a tough black powder coat. Kit includes 2 mounts. Backed by a 1-year warranty on coating and a 3-year warranty on parts.
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ron B (Winters, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler — Nov 30, 2009 9:10 PM
The Windshield mounts were high quality construction, simple to mount, and look and work great. I wanted more lighting for driving back roads at night, and these mounts made it work.
Reviewed by MARK F (Lohman, MO) Reviewed for a 2009 Jeep Wrangler — Jul 23, 2009 7:01 PM
I first purchased a front bumper mounted light bar and a performance muffler (MBRP speciality) months ago. I could not get over the quality of these items. When I decided I needed yet more light I decided I wanted to get a pair of the MBRP windshield light mounts. These mounts raise the lights up bringing them more in line with your eye. This position eliminates "hood glare". The mounts were of superior quality litteraly built for a tank. Installation was a breeze although I did have to use some thin neoprene to pad the paint underneath them (obsessive on my part). I mounted PIAA 540's and the diameter and light output was just right. These are offroad lights. You can't go wrong with MBRP.
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Asked by FRANK S
Sep 16, 2012 6:00 PM
2001 Jeep Wrangler
what is the maximum dept of light you can use with these mounts
Answered by James H. — May 09, 2013 7:22 AM
Not sure what the max is Frank, but I've got 6" lights mounted that are 4 3/4" front to back with about 3" of room to spare from back of light to windshield. Hope this helps, Bro. Jimflag Accept Answer