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Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 120 Watts - Mixed Beam - 21-1/2" Long

Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 120 Watts - Mixed Beam - 21-1/2" Long

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2016 Ford F-150 - Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 120 Watts - Mixed Beam - 21-1/2" Long

  • Straight Light Bar
  • LED Light
  • 13 - 24 Inch Long
  • Light Bar
  • Pilot Automotive
  • Mixed Beam
  • Black
  • Aluminum

Aluminum LED light bar produces 8,800 lumens of focused light. The combination flood beam and spot beam is great for seeing out in front of you, off to both sides, and at a distance. Mounting hardware and brackets included.


  • LED light bar delivers a bright mixed beam ideal for off-road driving
    • 90-Degree flood beam is great for seeing out in front of you as well as off to both sides
    • Narrow 8-degree spot beam is great for seeing at a distance
  • High-quality light output from (40) 3-watt Cree LEDs
    • Quality LEDs have 50,000-hour life spans
  • Built-in safeguards
    • Voltage protection keeps the light bar operating at the correct voltage
  • Durable, water-resistant construction
    • Black powder coated die-cast aluminum housing is rust resistant
    • Black powder coated stainless steel mounting brackets resist corrosion
    • Industry-standard protection against dust and moisture
  • Easy installation
    • Universal mounting feet provide a sturdy mounting base
    • 18-Gauge fully insulated wiring harness
  • Switch sold separately


  • Bar length: 21-1/2"
  • Diodes: 40
  • Wattage: 120 watts
    • 3 Watts per LED
  • Input voltage: 10V - 30V DC
  • 1-Year warranty

Light Output:

  • Brightness: 8,800 lumens
  • Beam:
    • Extra-wide 90-degree flood
    • Narrow 8-degree spot
  • Color temperature: 6,000 K

Increase your light output while you're driving with this LED light bar that features 40 Cree LEDs for bright, high-quality light.

Combination Flood Beam and Spot Beam

The LEDs on the edge of the light bar produce a 90-degree flood beam, which is great for seeing out in front of you as well as off to both sides, making it an excellent work light. The center LEDs have 8-degree focus lenses to concentrate the beam for more focused light. This narrow spot beam pattern is great for seeing at a distance.

High-Quality Light Output

Lumens are used to measure the amount of usable light that is put out by a light source. This LED light bar has the capability to produce 8,800 lumens of high-quality, bright light.

Cool-colored light, especially that with a high color temperature, promotes driver alertness, as opposed to warm-colored light, which promotes relaxation. Color temperature is based on chromaticity, which refers to the quality of a color rather than its luminance. This cool-colored light bar has a 6,000 K color temperature, which allows for bright light with high-quality color so that you not only see the world around you, but you're truly aware of it.

This light bar has high-quality LEDs with 50,000-hour life spans. These LEDs are more efficient than other lower-grade LEDs on the market, which means that they last longer and burn brighter.

Durable Construction

The solid aluminum construction of the light bar offers greater cooling and a higher heat tolerance when compared with extruded aluminum lights.

Channeled Fins on Housing

Channeled fins on housing let heat quickly dissipate.

This LED light bar is constructed of black powder coated die-cast aluminum for durability and style.


The stainless steel mounting brackets provide a sturdy mounting base and let you adjust the angle of the light. The brackets keep the light firmly in place.

PL-9705 Pilot Automotive Light Bar - 40 LED - 21.5" Long - 8,800 Lumens

Video of Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 120 Watts - Mixed Beam - 21-1/2" Long

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Pilot Automotive Light Bar Installation

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Pilot Automotive Light Bar. Part number PL-9705. As you can see, our forty LED lights are producing eight thousand eight hundred lumens of focused light. As you can see, we get an extra-wide ninety degree flood beam compared to our regular incandescent factory bulbs. This is what your Pilot Automotive Light Bar looks like when it's installed on your Gator. It features forty bright, high-quality LED lights. The pilot light has voltage protection which keeps the light operating at the correct voltage.

The housing itself is made out of black powder coat dye cast aluminum, so it's going to resist rust and corrosion. The brackets and hardware are made out of stainless steel. The wiring harness is included and you can splice it right into any switch. Now that we've gone over all the features, I'll go ahead and show you how to get it installed. Now, here's what our kit comes with. You get the twenty-one and a half inch pilot light bar, the two mounting brackets for both sides, all the hardware you need to bolt it on, the two pads for underneath the brackets, and the wiring harness.

Now, first thing we need to do is determine a good spot for our pilot light bar. Let's go ahead and put on our brackets. These can be installed either way. You can have them facing out or in. We're going to go with out.

We'll take our hardware and just loosely install it. Then we'll just repeat that same process for the other side. We'll bring it over to our Gator, and you can mount this really anywhere you want. We're actually going to mount ours at these two factory locations here. We've made some minor modifications that way we can ensure our brackets line up on both sides. Now, let's go ahead and see where our wires are going to run.

Underneath our hood here, we discovered that a good spot to run our wires through would be right in this location here. There's nothing underneath that we can come in contact to. Let's go ahead and grab our drill. We're using a one inch hole saw and we're going to go through right here. Now back here at our light, let's go ahead and hook up our wiring harness. We want to be sure and line up the notches. Push it all the way on until we here the click. There it was. Perfect. Then, we'll bring our light back over to our Gator. We're going to feed our wiring harness through our hole. Just go ahead and put all the wiring down through there, so we can get it out of the way. Now we can get ready to go ahead and mount our light. Now, let's grab our rubber pads and our hardware. We won't be needing the nuts that come with the hardware, so we can set those aside. The pads, the wholes are actually offset so we want to be sure and match up the hole with the underside of the bracket which will be this position here. As you can see, when we put it on the holes will be lined up. We can grab our hardware and put that through, then we can actually line it up with our factory mounting point. We actually got lucky. The threads are just going to line up with the threads on our Gator. Let's loosely get that started, then we can do the other side. Once we've used our hand to get it started, we can bring in our included tool and tighten that down a little further. With that loosely installed, let's go and do the other side. Now with both sides started, let's go ahead and make sure it's straight and we can tighten them all the way down. I'd say the light looks pretty good. Let's go ahead and finish tightening up. Now, let's tighten up our actual light. We can adjust this later, but we can get halfway straight now. We'll bring in our other included tool and tighten down the sides. Perfect. For our on and off switch we're actually going to tap into our headlights switch here, so we'll need to remove that. We're just going to pop it loose, pull out the wires from the back, and then we can access them down here. I've got my wires down here and I need to figure out which ones are hot and which ones are not. We'll need to check both of these. I'm using my wire tester here. I know that one's my constant power, so I'll need to go with this one down here. This is going to be the switch. For my pilot light wiring harness, I'm actually going to strip all of this rubber back here so I've got plenty of wires to work with. I won't be needing the wire strip up here, so I can go ahead and cut those off. I'm just going to cut it back here . Be careful not to cut yourself. There we go. We just cut off that excess conduit there. Now, we can cut back the wires. So that I know that my red wire is my power wire, we're actually going to be quick splicing that into one of our two wires down here. Our black is going to be our ground. We're going to connect that to the body underneath. We'll actually take our quick splicer, we'll take one of our yellow wires . Let's go ahead and do it this way that way our metal piece is sticking up that way we can easy access it. Then, we'll take our red wire. We're actually just going to slide it right up next to it. We want to be sure not to come out the other side. Make sure it's between the two there, and we can take some crimpers and just make sure that metal piece goes right through. Just like that. We'll take our little cover here, bring it over the top, and snap it in place. Since we know our Gator is all-weather, we're going to go ahead and take some electrical tape and wrap up our wires. For our black wire, let's go ahead and strip it back. Then, we'll take a ring terminal, slide it on, then we'll crimp it. With our ground wire connected to our ring terminal, let's go ahead and connect the ring terminal to a portion of the metal underneath the dashboard. We'll connect it to this location right around here. We'll take a self-tapping screw. We'll put it to the ring terminal. We'll go right through here. Before we put our switch back into our dashboard, let's go ahead and plug it back in and make sure that everything works. We'll just plug it in here. We'll make sure our auxiliary is turned on on our Gator. We'll flip our switch. Then, both our headlights and our new pilot LED light bar should be working. With everything working, let's go ahead and turn it back off. Turn our auxiliary power off. Remove our switch. Then we're going to bring everything back up through here, along with our switch, we'll make sure it's plugged in. Then we'll just put it right back into the dashboard, like so. Now we can grab some zip ties and clean up everything underneath. Underneath we'll just kind of bundle everything up. We'll grab a zip tie. Let's go ahead and run one more to tuck it up even further right here. Perfect. Let's go ahead and cut those and we're all set. With everything all hooked up, let's go ahead and check it out. As you can see, we've added a little bit more light than just our factory headlights. That's going to complete our look at the Pilot Automotive Light Bar. Part number PL-9705.

Customer Reviews

Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 120 Watts - Mixed Beam - 21-1/2" Long - PL-9705

Average Customer Rating:  4.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Aluminum LED light bar produces 8,800 lumens of focused light. The combination flood beam and spot beam is great for seeing out in front of you, off to both sides, and at a distance. Mounting hardware and brackets included.

- PL-9707

Review from a similar LED Light Bar in Off Road Lights

Have bought many products in the past from etrailer. All have been as described, including this one. Shipping is always fast and accurate. I have not mounted this light yet but have hooked it up to a battery and blinded some friends. Very bright. 332822

- PL-9704

Review from a similar LED Light Bar in Off Road Lights

OK, someone needs to come up with a way to do an apples to apples comparison on lighting. This was a shot in the dark for me, no pun intended, because there is no way to compare lumens to watts. As it turns out, this light is sufficient for my needs. I really like the clarity the white light has. My biggest problem was the lack of any instructions at all. Not even on your web sight. Unless you are a wiring expert, you better do your homework for this installation. 176236


Ask the Experts about this Pilot Automotive Off Road Lights

  • Comparing LED Light Bar for 2013 Ford F-150 Between Pilot and MaxxTow 21-1/2 Inch Options
    The Pilot Automotive Off-Road Light Bar # PL-9705 has two beams. One with a 90-Degree flood beam that is great for seeing out in front of you as well as off to both sides and the other has a narrow 8-degree spot beam that is great for seeing at a distance. So it has both broad and focused options. The MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar # MT80632 is very similar with the biggest difference being the hour lifespan of the LEDs. The Pilot mode has LEDs with 50,000 hour life and the MaxxTow has...
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