- 1-Year Lower-Price Guarantee
Please answer the following questions before adding to cart to help us provide you with customized for your specific vehicle.
- Bring more attention and stopping power to your ride with Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars
- Heavy-gauge wiring with plug-in, flat-four hitch connector easily attaches into existing trailer hitch—includes fuse protection
- Long-lasting Superbrite LED bulbs offer brighter and faster lighting response
- Your Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars are injection molded and waterproof
- Rubber end seals are bonded with silicone to keep the elements out
- Equipped with high-quality SMT technology circuit board
- Easily mounts to your vehicle with 3M adhesive foam tape—no drilling necessary
- Choose from two different styles and two separate sizes with multiple functions
- Rampage backs your Tailgate LED Light Bars with a 1-year warranty
When lead-footed drivers need an extra dose of caution in their face, send them a solid message from your ride's rear end with Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars.
Stepping on the brakes delivers a highly visible cue that you're stopping. Signaled lane changes are seen with more clarity via the blinker.
Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars are made with heavy-gauge wiring and simply attach to your vehicle's backend through a plug-in, flat-four hitch connector. Complete with Superbrite LED bulbs and a superb SMT technology circuit board for rapid lighting response. These light bars are waterproof and stick on securely with 3M tape—no drilling required.
What's more, your Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars are available in 49" or 60" lengths to ensure the right fit for your vehicle. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
- ATTN: State of California Consumers
WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm (www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
Rampage Tailgate LED Light Bars Customer Reviews
533 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jerry B (Humboldt, KS) — Dec 24, 2018 3:08 PM
Reviewed by Mario B (PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Mustang — Dec 21, 2018 5:30 AM
Instillation easy, looks great, one thing that was not described about plugging in to trailer outlet, it stops the back up camera sensor from detecting objects that are close and does not sound of in the cab. So if you need the sensor you have to unplug the unit. I my self, I plug and unplug unit as need.
Reviewed by HAROLD M (Petaluma, CA) Reviewed for a 2018 Ford F-150 — Dec 18, 2018 7:59 AM
I have a 2018 F150. When I plugged the light bar into the trailer light port, The on board computers senced a trailer and disabled all of the backup assists except the rear view camera. I have to figure out if I can connect the bar by hard hire in front of the trailer light port to retain the backup assist.