KC HiLites 26 Series Single Light Customer Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
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Equip your vehicle with the most prepared auxiliary lights available: KC's 26 Series Lights. Whether armed for the longest range, for blasting a wide beam or for grabbing attention at a critical time, 26 Series Lights are ones to count on.
Add 26 Series Lights with the long-range beam pattern to your ride for incredible off-road visibility. Turn to the 26 Series flood pattern for an incredible spread of light, or for having reverse lights that can't be missed. Or, if the situation requires, select colored KC 26 Series Lights that alert others in an emergency. Whatever your need, KC makes the 26 Series light that's right.
Composite plastic housings protect your 26 Series Lights against most any enemy. Virtually unbreakable Lexan lenses assure a lifetime of clean and powerful beams. And, your KC HiLites 26 Series Light is covered by KC's famous 23-year warranty.
9 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Peter W (West Nyack, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Yukon — Nov 09, 2013 8:36 PM
easy to install in existing light location, wiring was simple used existing system that why I ordered just the lights. will review them again later when they get more road time. But so far very good lights.
Reviewed by Jon H (SEATTLE, WA) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota 4Runner — Dec 14, 2012 8:39 AM
I wish that somewhere in the description it had said that you needed to ALSO order the wiring harness kit for another $55. It's great looking light as it sits on my shelf. A little frustrating. When I do get it hooked up I'm sure I will be pleased with it.
Reviewed by TRAVIS S (BOONE, NC) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 24, 2011 12:28 PM
I bought these lights due to the ruggad plastic housing. Our winters are pretty bad so there is a ton of salt put down on the roads. I've noticed dozens of aux. reverse lights that are rusted through or just comiong apart. These lights work great, I used to relays, 1 so that they come on automatically when put in reverse and 2 on a switch so i can turn them on when needed. I am going to order a second pair to put on my trailer that I haul my atv on to help out at night when backing. One thing I would do before installing is to replace the 2 small screws and the bolt that the bracket attaches the light to with stainless steel screws and bolt, if you drive on an salt covered roads in the winter...
Reviewed by Gregory S (Saukville, WI) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Dakota — May 12, 2009 3:13 PM
I installed these after having some dud cheap driving lights under the bumper that rusted baddly. These are definitely a lot better quality that I would not expect to turn bad on me. I bought the duds at a swapmeet just to get them installed and see if they worked good. They light up the rear SO much better and look So much better. Make sure to use a relay set-up to use the most voltage available to the lights. Would absolutely reccomand them.
Reviewed by David H (Mukilteo, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Highlander — Jan 29, 2008 12:47 PM
I have a steep twisty driveway and I have been adding a cheap driving light to assist in backing down. They usually quit midwinter and I am left in the dark. The KC has worked well and is standing up to the Seattle rain.
Reviewed by Roy K (Aiea, HI) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota 4 Runner — Jul 09, 2007 10:41 AM
I mounted these lights under my 4runner just forward of the rear bumper. They give a nice bright & wide beam pattern that illuminates about 15 feet past the bumper (depends on aiming angle of light). They do illuminate farther than 15 feet but within the 15 feet it is really bright. Since light is forward of bumper, path of rear tires are in better view. I had driving and fog lights before and I thought they did the job but these flood lights were made for this kind of application. Now I know... Construction is simple and plain. It's meant as a utility light though it does not have a cheap feel to it (well for under $26 bucks anyway). If lights get damaged from rocks or drowned from getting wet its inexpensive to replace. Excellent purchase.