Reviewed By Jerry M (Naples, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 —10/1/2015 4:03 PM
Nice addition to lighting for safety concerns. Somewhat time consuming to install.
Reviewed By JUSTIN S (MIDDLE RIVER, MD) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tundra —9/23/2015 4:48 AM
I bought the two pack to install in the bed of my truck. I have a 6.5' bed with a tonneau cover. The lights put out a total of 400 lumes (low power), which is just right for me. If I had a 8' bed or if I wanted it really bright I would say to order the high power lights (800 lumes). Very well built lights, but it would be nice if they had longer wires and instructions.
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