PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice LED Mud Flap Lights Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
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, or, if you have the PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice Tailgate Bar, you can use the included splitter. What’s more, PlasmaGlow backs your Fire & Ice Mud Flap Lights with a Lifetime Warranty.
Our 2+ PlasmaGlow Fire & Ice LED Mud Flap Lights customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jason L (Lathrop, MO) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-350 — Oct 10, 2012 10:01 PM
Unit didn't come with wire splitter for light bar as stated so I had to hard wire it to my tailgate light bar. Wires are right up against mounting holes and already wore hole in one of them so reverse lights don't work on one side after a few days. Wiring is flimsy at best. I think the product is overpriced as well. My tailgate light bar is much more heavy duty, twice as long and was half the cost. Overall I like the look of the product but wish they made them for dually mudflaps.
Reviewed by Glenn H (Baton Rouge, LA) — Aug 29, 2012 4:19 PM
I ordered these to put on my truck thinking I was ordering mud flaps and lights. I miss understood and order a set for the front and rear. When they arrived I learned of my mistake. These are just the lights, had I realized this I would have only order 1 set for the rear. Still need the flaps. Also didn't realize how they wired up. Was not planning on plugging into my trailer connection so I will have to cut the plug off and splice it into the wiring.
Reviewed by Garry R (Cottonwood, AL) — Sep 07, 2011 12:58 PM
She loves them on her F150 4x4. Looks good on her red truck. I had to splice into the plug as she already was using the plug outlet for another set of lights runnng across her tailgate. Other than that, not too complcated.
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