Add a straight (picture shows curved, but this is for a straight bar) 50" LED Light bar above your windshield on most 2007 - 2014 Chevy/GMC Pickups (see fitment table below to ensure it will fit your vehicle).
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Yes! In addition to the mounts on this page, Extreme LED has universal brackets that make installing a light bar on your offroad vehicle a breeze. However, depending on where you live, LED light bar usage on a vehicle may be limited or permitted due to legal restrictions, check your local laws and regulations for more details.
Why do people put light bars on trucks?
LED Light Bars help increase visibility, especially if driving in low-light or bad weather conditions such as rain, fog, or snow. Many people add these to trucks and other offroad vehicles to increase trail visibility, help improve safety on the job site, and even add extra light to set up camp for the night. With the multiple options of color, beam patterns, sizes, and styles available, it is easy to see why many drivers are choosing LED light bars as their next upgrade.
Should I get a light bar for my car?
If you often find yourself wishing you could see just a little farther down the road or had more visibility on the sides of your vehicle, then an LED Light Bar might be for you. Consider your options as there are many light bars available from 6 inches to 52 inches.
Where is the best place to put a light bar?
Depending on your needs, there are many options on where to mount your led light bar on a Chevy. 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.