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Pro Comp 6" Off-Road Driving Lights

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    The badlands are no place for weak-in-the-knees auto accessories. If it can't take a beating from the occasional boulder, low-hanging branch or coyote bite, it doesn't belong on your 4x4—and that goes double for your auxiliary lights. Before you head out into the bush, equip your rig with some of the burliest lamps around: Pro Comp 6" Off-Road Driving Lights.

    Craggy craters, washboard trails and rock-strewn paths are no match against your Pro Comp 6 Inch Driving Lights. Armed with double rubber mounts and a shock-absorbing lens gasket, they're rugged enough to survive punishing jostles, jolts and jerks. Plus, you get a matching lens cover to shield them from airborne assaults during daylight hours.

    With Pro Comp 6" 4x4 Driving Lights, you can choose between multiple styles and strengths. The standard steel models come with a 100W H3 quartz/halogen bulb and your choice of finishes. Or, you can upgrade to the polished stainless steel model with a blinding 130W H3 bulb. No matter which way you go, your Pro Comp 6" Off-Roading Lights come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.


    Pro Comp 6" Off-Road Driving Lights Customer Reviews

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    3 Customer Reviews


    Reviewed by John S (NEWCOMERSTOWN, OH) — May 15, 2016 7:19 AM

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    Excellent value and well made,work great, thanks.

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    Reviewed by Jamie E (CIBOLO, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser — May 27, 2014 3:18 PM

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    0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.

    Lights look great on my FJ cruiser, time will tell if they hold up to the weather conditions without rusting or fading. Lights didn't come with any instructions on how to wire them. It would have been nice to have instructions included but Google helped out.

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    Reviewed by Johnathan B (ELGIN, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-250 — Aug 06, 2013 9:46 PM

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    2 of 4 people found the following review helpful.

    awesome lights they're really bright and look sharp. I replaced after three years due to rust on the black paint and chipping of the glass. I have 4 of the lights on the front of my truck and they look like a airplane coming in for a landing when they are on on a dark country road.they are also very good for pissing off other driverswho have made you mad