- Your Smittybilt Street Light Bar is a tough platform for mounting up to four auxiliary lights
- Custom designed for a perfect fit on your front end
- Smittybilt Street Light Bars work with lights up to 9” in diameter
- Wrought from sturdy 1.5” steel tubing
- Your truck light bar is finished with a weather-resistant black powder coating
- Minor drilling required for a vibration resistant fit
- 5-year warranty
When you're out in uncharted territory, you can't rely on street lights to illuminate your path. In the battle against the darkness, your rig needs to be equipped with an auxiliary lights arsenal. The Smittybilt Street Light Bar creates the perfect platform for arming your off-road warrior with a cache of lights.
The days of driving by Braille after dusk are over. Your Smittybilt Street Light Bar has room to carry up to four 9" diameter lights, so you can pack along enough candlepower to turn night into day. From long-range driving lights to foul-weather fog lights, your off road light bar can hold it all. What's more, the rugged 1.5" steel tubing construction is tough enough to withstand the harshest conditions out on the trail.
You won't have to dust off your TIG welder to install your Smittybilt Street Light Bar. Unlike universal truck light bars, your Smittybilt Street Bar is custom designed to fit your rig. And, you get a vibration resistant mount with only minor drilling required. For added durability against corrosion, your Smittybilt Street Bar Light Bar is finished with a thick black powder coating. And, it's backed by a 5-year warranty.
Smittybilt Street Light Bar Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Ed D (Marion, MT) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Dec 31, 2014 7:45 AM
The light bar looks good and will serve its purpose well, but the build quality is poor. The problem I encountered is that none of the captured nuts where welded on straight. All four nuts were welded on crooked making threading the bolts through impossible. After much frustration, I ended up drilling the threads out on all four nuts and using longer bolts and nuts. This should have been a very easy install, but ended up being time consuming and costing me extra money.
Reviewed by Brent B (HENDERSON, NV) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-250 — Aug 30, 2014 8:02 AM
I didn't want a huge bull bar, but did want some off road lights. This was perfect. Two bolts to install, super easy. It was a little tricky to get it level, and not much room to get a wrench behind the bumper. But, still very easy! Autoanything had a discount code and I got it super cheap, delivery was super fast too!
Reviewed by Stewart V (SPRINGFIELD, OH) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 — Jul 21, 2014 10:27 AM
Easy to install. Looks clean and does a good job holding all four of my lights.
Reviewed by Steven F (FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Jul 18, 2014 10:13 AM
The picture looks like a real simple installation. It is BUT not even close to what the picture shows or how they make it sound on the information provided. When you get the delivery of it and take it out of the box you think there are parts missing. You look at the directions and find out you're not. The directions say start drilling holes. I didn't want to do that but notice that how it attaches to the truck is the same distance apart as my license plate holes. I removed the license plate hardware and bolted it on there. It is real solid and works great. I like it better than what it shows. Lol.
Smittybilt Street Light Bar
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