2-1/2" flush mount LED back-up light for use with Poison Spyder Customs RockBrawler Bumpers, Crusher Corners, Trail Corners or any other manufacturers corner protectors, or anywhere you can cut a 2-3/4" hole in a flat sheet metal panel. push-in mounting with the included rubber grommet. Requires wiring for installation. Sold individually.
Use these to fill the holes in your Poison Spyder bumpers. That's about all they're good for. They are not bright at all. If you're after an alternative to the weak back up lamps from the factory, look elsewhere.
Terrible light output. Doesn't appear to be any brighter than stock backup lights. Had to check to see if they were on
I bought two of these lights for my rock brawler II rear bumper, and it claims that they are supposed to slide in and the gasket should be snug to hold the light in. when i went to install these lights the gasket is much smaller than the fitting on the bumper, how do you install these because they are too small....
Asked by jarred from on
Jarred, the lights are going to fit tightly, that gasket and the light fitting together is what hold it in. These are specifically made for that bumper so they will work together. Try using some dish soap to help slide the light in. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from on
Poison Spyder Customs has a heritage in hardcore off-road accessories that started when founder Larry McRae was little. McrRae's daddy use to load him up in the Ford Bronco to explore the off-road trails of the southwest. McRae became a professional rock crawler who raced for Nelson & Nelson Racing in the early 2000s. McRae purchased PSC from the Slay family and kept the vision of developing and fabricating high end quality off-road accessories right in the Pomona, California headquarters . McCrae and his wife are members of the Inland Empire 4 Wheel Drive club. McCrae himself is a Past President and Mrs. McCrae is a past Treasurer. Every product produced by PSC starts as a prototype tested on real trails by members of the club. Shop Poison Spyder Customs Now