Steel Constructed No Drill/Cut, No Modification Required Rear Bumper Mounting Brackets/Hardwares For 2011-2016 Ford F250 F350 F450 7.5-Inch LED Light Bar

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SKU 70-271-P1
  • Compatible with 2011-2016 Ford F250 F350 F450
  • Good for 7.5-Inch LED Light Bar
  • Mounting location: Rear Bumper
  • Clevely utilize the back bumper frame below the tailgate for a total 72W high power off-road killer LED lighting for a super bright output, allow you to completely RULE THE NIGHT!

Q: What truck will this set of LED light bars fit in?

A: The high powered double row LED light bars are made to fit the following truck model:

  • 2011-2016 Ford F250 & F350

You can visit How to Install Rear Double-Row Dual LED Light Bar Kit for more details.


Q: How do I install my LED light bar/pod lights with the included wiring set?

A: Each of our LED light bar or pod light kits include a relay wiring harness. Because you are installing your LED light on the back side, you won't have to use the wiring set. Wiring your LED light bars or pod lights to your car battery would be hard since they are on opposite sides of your vehicle. To install, simply connect the wires to your tail light or reverse light harnesses, depending on how you want to use your LED light. If the wires are not long enough, you may use the relay wiring harness as extension wires.


Q: How can I use this pair of LED light bars?

A: The high powered double row mini LED light bars can be used for many applications which include (but not limited to) rear search lights, back-up reverse lights, tail lights, and brake lights.


Q: Do I need to perform any modifications in order to install these mini LED light bars?

A: No, the installation will not involve cutting, drilling, or any other modifications on your Ford truck. The dual LED light bar kit includes a set of metal mounting brackets that allow you to install using existing mounting holes.


Please visit LED pod fog light kit FAQ/tech support for more detail.

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