- Add style to your rig with Fire & Ice LED Mud Flap Lights
- Integrates with your running lights, turn signals, brake lights and reverse lights
- Sold in pairs—comes with two 8” LED light bars that attach to your existing mud flaps
- Includes a 4-pin trailer adapter for plug-n-play setup.
- Quick and easy installation
- Backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Show off your ride's unbeatable style by outfitting your rig with PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice LED Mud Flap Lights. One of the quickest and easiest ways to dress up your truck or SUV, Fire & Ice LED mud flap lights include both red and white LEDs that light up with your running lights, brake lights, turn signals and reverse lights.
The PlasmaGlow Fire and Ice LED Mud Flap Lights include two 8" light bars that attach to your existing mud flaps, adding great style to your ride while also improving visibility. Plus, the PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice Mud LED lights are a breeze to install. They come with a 4-pin trailer plug adapter for easy installation. What's more, PlasmaGlow backs your Fire & Ice Mud Flap Lights with a Lifetime Warranty.
PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice LED Mud Flap Lights Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Christen S (PARIS, IL) — Sep 12, 2016 11:41 AM
I had my lights for 2 days and one of the wires came out of the light itself. The wiring is also very thin and hard to secure without damaging the wires. I contacted plasma glow and they refuse to send me a replacement because some of the wires are missing. The product is cool and unique I'd love to have another set but I refuse to pay double for something that broke within two days of having it .
Reviewed by Thomas L (Old Bridge, NJ) Reviewed for a 2008 Saturn Sky — May 30, 2014 7:27 AM
I've purchased many Plasma Glow products over the last 2 years and they work and look great. However the mud flap lights are constructed from the thinnest gauge wire and are attached to the light bar in a way that as soon as you move the wires to install they pull right out. The other Plasma Glow lights all have either a silicone sealant or shrink wrap rubber tubing to protect the wiring where it enters the light strip. I am now doing this myself and it seems to be working OK.
Reviewed by luis m (MESQUITE, TX) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Wrangler — Dec 18, 2013 8:13 PM
These lights make your truck stick out of the rest. I thought they came with mud flaps but you have to buy your own. They're really nice.
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