These RGB LED Whip Lights are a great option for your ATV/UTV, RZR, Jeep, quad, dune buggy & more! Each kit comes with everything you need and even includes a wireless RGB remote to control the color-changing LEDs. Hook these up to your turning signals, reverse lights, and brake lights to lead the way on those dusty trails. From solid color to flashing patterns, with 366 modes to choose from, the color possibilities are endless!
Typically it is to improve general visibility, but there are many benefits to adding a light bar to your Jeep:
Brightness: Known for their brightness, making them ideal for off-road driving or low visibility areas.
Energy Efficiency: Highly energy-efficient compared to traditional lighting sources.
Durability: Typically more durable than traditional light sources, making them suitable for rough terrain and inclement weather.
What is the brightest LED light bar for a Jeep?
When it comes to the brightest and best light bars, it is hard to compete with the Extreme Dual Row Series as these generally have the most lumens and are the most powerful of the light bar lines. Check out the Curved Dual Row Series for added light to the sides of the vehicle or the Stealth Dual Row Series that has more LEDs than the typical dual row light bar, packed in a dual row height.
Where is the best place for a light bar on a Jeep?
Depending on your needs, there are many options on where to mount your led light bar on a Jeep. Here are some pros and cons of each location:
Upper Windshield/Roof Mounted: The top of the windshield is a popular place to mount a light bar because the higher the light is mounted, the farther the LED light can be projected and it allows for a larger light bar. These are typically bars in lengths of 40 inches or longer.
Lower Windshield/A-Pillar Mounted: Many offroaders add ditch lights to their vehicles because they are small and easy to install while adding extra light to the side of the road while driving, hence the name ditch lights. These provide extra safety as they illuminate more of the trail while offroading but also work great as close up lighting as many include flood or scene lights, providing extra light for projects like setting up camp for the night.
Bumper/Grille Mounted: Most offroad vehicles or aftermarket bumpers have a spot where you can easily add an LED light bar. This gives a very clean look and is usually a preference for those looking to add a stealthy or hidden light bar. Light bars used in the bumper are usually 30 to 32 inches long.