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Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-13-2011 08:32 AM

RIGID INDUSTRIES LED Lights and Kits. Dually, D2 & E-Series, SR-Series Light Bars
 
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Lots instock and lots on order. Contact us for the Rigid Industries LED Lights you are looking for.


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Rigid Industries Dually-LED Light
A 4 LED light in a compact 2x2 package that can be used for anything from a reverse light on a truck, a handlebar light on a Motorcycle, to a flood light on a trailer. With 1000 lumens of light, this small light has the same light output as a 50W MR16. At a small 3"-3" this light can fit anywhere. Pulling only 10W you won't find a more efficient, compact light source in HID or halogen. This light pulls half of what your stock turn signals use

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Rigid Industries Dually D2 LED Light
The Dually D2 Series LED Light from Rigid Industries is a compact 3 inch by 3 inch lamp containing 6 LED's, that can mount almost anywhere. These lights are the pinnacle in effieciency, providing 1300 lumens of light and pulling only 15 watts of power, which is about half of what your stock turn signals use. You won't find a more efficient, compact light source in HID or Halogen. That combined with the durability and long life span (50,000 + hours) of LED's, this is the obvious choice. Easily mounts on motorcycle handlebars, as flood lights or on your trailer. Kit includes plug and play harness, mounting brackets and mounting hardware.

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Rigid Industries E-Series LED Lightbar Kit
The new "E" Series high intensity LED light by Rigid Industries are rated at 93% optical efficiency. 80 LEDís with a 50,000 + hour life span and easy 2 wire install. 8" of flood reflectors on the outsides of the light and 32" of spot reflectors on the inside half of the light. This will optimize both functional light spread and light distance for increased visibility. Reflectors available in both pencil and flood beam more light with less power, heat and size. If one LED fails the other LEDs will not greatly reduces eye fatigue.

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Rigid Industries SR-Series Hybrid LED Light Bar
Rigid Industries' SR-Series, Single Row LED Lightbars measure only 1.5 inches in height and feature Rigid's Patented hybrid optics that allow a wide array of high performance flood and spot lighting for multiple vehicle lighting applications. Rigid LED lighting is the pinnacle in efficiencey by providing high lumen output with low power draw. If you're looking for high quality, durability, longevity and high performance, then Rigid SR Series LED Lights are your perfect choice.

hayhonker 12-13-2011 07:26 PM

Any vendors discounting Rigid for Christmas? 10% off and free shipping? Free mount? Anything near some of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday/November deals that I missed out on?

TXJKU-Rubi 12-13-2011 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by hayhonker (Post 1825624)
Any vendors discounting Rigid for Christmas? 10% off and free shipping? Free mount? Anything near some of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday/November deals that I missed out on?

x2:punk:

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-14-2011 08:23 AM

We have tried to keep all of our pricing low for everyone to enjoy during this Christmas Season

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-15-2011 09:00 AM

Here is a great gift idea for that serious off-roader

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-18-2011 12:43 PM

Made in the USA. Order yours today.

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-26-2011 02:30 PM

Made in the USA. LED lights draw minimal power

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 12-31-2011 01:22 PM

May you have a safe and Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing all of you out on the trails in 2012. Thank you for all your business in 2011.

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-02-2012 10:41 PM

Order your LED Lights from Baseline 4x4 Outfitters. We curremtly offer Rigid Industries and Pro Comp Light kits.

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-03-2012 07:41 PM

Let us quote you on a set of LED Lights

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-04-2012 12:02 PM

Order your Rigid LED Lights from Baseline 4x4 Outfitters

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-09-2012 11:19 AM

These are the hottest thing on the market in LED Lighting. Let Baseline 4x4 Outfitters quote you on this product.

Piper54 01-10-2012 06:10 AM

Got these on my Jeep, really like 'em... :thumb:

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-10-2012 08:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Piper54 (Post 1906410)
Got these on my Jeep, really like 'em... :thumb:


These are awesome lights and very hard to keep in stock. This is a great product from Rigid Industries.

Coasttrash 01-22-2012 02:32 PM

how much for the Dually D2 driving beam led lights?

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 01-22-2012 10:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Coasttrash (Post 1948463)
how much for the Dually D2 driving beam led lights?


PM Sent. Let me know if you have any questions.

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 02-27-2012 02:13 PM

Let us know what RIGID LIGHTS you are looking for

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 03-05-2012 04:34 PM

Great looking lights!

OBX 03-07-2012 11:11 AM

How much for bually difused pair?

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 03-08-2012 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by OBX (Post 2113385)
How much for bually difused pair?

PM Sent. Let me know if you have any questions.

tella 03-09-2012 12:34 PM

i have the 6in flood SR. is the battery the best option to wiring in the light

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 03-09-2012 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by tella (Post 2121307)
i have the 6in flood SR. is the battery the best option to wiring in the light


With any accessory it is best to go directly to the battery. This will prevent you from overloading any other circuits.

OBX 03-09-2012 08:28 PM

My factory fog lights are gone along with my bumper, but the wiring harness is still there with bags and zip-ties over the cannon plugs. Because these lights draw considerably less than the fog lights did, could I wire them up to that harness? I have heard mixed answers on this. Everything from "the lights will be over loaded", to "it will start a fire".

On the rigid web site, they sell a weatherproof connector that could be used to replace the factory connector. Thoughts? Which beam pattern would be best for this placement (on top of a smittybilt xrc bumper)?

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 03-10-2012 10:02 AM

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Originally Posted by OBX (Post 2122812)
My factory fog lights are gone along with my bumper, but the wiring harness is still there with bags and zip-ties over the cannon plugs. Because these lights draw considerably less than the fog lights did, could I wire them up to that harness? I have heard mixed answers on this. Everything from "the lights will be over loaded", to "it will start a fire".

On the rigid web site, they sell a weatherproof connector that could be used to replace the factory connector. Thoughts? Which beam pattern would be best for this placement (on top of a smittybilt xrc bumper)?


Most of those factory bumper mounted fog lights used on the Jeep TJ Wranglers were a 42 watt light. As long as you stay with a light that operates at no more than 42 watts you will be just fine.

The beam pattern will depend on what results you are trying to accomplish.

OBX 03-10-2012 12:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Baseline 4x4 Outfitters

Most of those factory bumper mounted fog lights used on the Jeep TJ Wranglers were a 42 watt light. As long as you stay with a light that operates at no more than 42 watts you will be just fine.

The beam pattern will depend on what results you are trying to accomplish.

I have a jk. It should be the same principal though. Thanks for tge input.

Baseline 4x4 Outfitters 03-24-2012 11:18 AM

Great lights at great prices

MickeYJ 03-24-2012 12:41 PM

Question. What size lightbar would I need if I wanted to mount one on the hood and up n top of my YJ windshield. Just so I know the prices

FLswampbox 03-24-2012 08:49 PM

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Originally Posted by MickeYJ
Question. What size lightbar would I need if I wanted to mount one on the hood and up n top of my YJ windshield. Just so I know the prices

They have the 50" and mount but your talking big bucks over a grand! I have a 20" on my YJ's hood I like it alot but really have no use for it lol wanna buy it haha

FLswampbox 03-24-2012 08:50 PM

Not to bomb this tread but I was kidding about sellin mine lol

MickeYJ 03-24-2012 08:59 PM

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Originally Posted by FLswampbox
Not to bomb this tread but I was kidding about sellin mine lol

Lol


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