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MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - Mixed Beam - 2 Row - 12" Long

MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - Mixed Beam - 2 Row - 12" Long

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Bright, durable LED light bar produces 5,280 raw lumens of light from 24 LEDs. The combination flood beam and spot beam is great for seeing at a distance, as well as off to both sides. Aluminum housing features a tough polycarbonate glass lens. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - Mixed Beam - 2 Row - 12" Long. Read our customer reviews of MaxxTow off road lights. Call 800-298-1624 for expert service or order your off road lights part number MT80631 by MaxxTow online at etrailer.com.
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MaxxTow Off Road Lights - MT80631

  • Straight Light Bar
  • LED Light
  • 12 Inch or Shorter
  • Mixed Beam
  • Light Bar
  • MaxxTow
  • Black
  • Aluminum

Bright, durable LED light bar produces 5,280 raw lumens of light from 24 LEDs. The combination flood beam and spot beam is great for seeing at a distance, as well as off to both sides. Aluminum housing features a tough polycarbonate glass lens.


Features:

  • LED light bar produces a bright mixed beam ideal for off-road driving
    • Flood beam is great for seeing out in front of you as well as off to both sides
    • Spot beam is great for seeing at a distance
  • Superior light output from 2 rows of (12) 3-watt LEDs
    • Premium LEDs with 30,000-hour life spans
  • Durable, weather-resistant construction
    • Lightweight aluminum housing and mounting bracket
    • Tough polycarbonate glass lens
    • Industry-standard protection against dust and moisture
  • Easy installation
    • Mounting hardware and wiring harness with relay and switch included


Specs:

  • Raw lumen output: 5,280 lumens
  • Overall length: 16-1/4" long
  • Distance between mounting holes (center to center): 15-1/2"
  • Lens dimensions: 12" long x 2" tall
  • Diodes: 24
  • Wattage: 72 watts
    • 3 Watts per LED
  • Input voltage: 9-32V DC
  • IP rating: IP68
  • 90-Day warranty


Dimensions


80631 Maxx Tow Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - 12" Long - Qty 1



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Video of MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - Mixed Beam - 2 Row - 12" Long

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




Video Transcript for MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar Installation

Speaker 1: Today, we're going to be taking a look at showing you how to install the MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar, part number MT80631. This is what our light looks like when it's installed. These lights can be used in many different applications. Most of the time, you're going to see them on a Jeep, off-road Jeep, or maybe your RV's nowadays. As you can see here, we have it mounted to the front of a boat. This is really going to help you at night to navigate the waters and see anything that's in front of you.

This MaxxTow Off-Road LED Light Bar is going to provide you with 24 LED lights that produce 5280 raw lumens of light, in combination of flood beam and spot beam, with a 30,000 hour lifespan. What's nice and so versatile about these lights, we're using it in a marine application here, I actually wired it to the switch on the dash. Let me show you how that works.It's going to have a durable weather-resistant aluminum housing and mounting brackets, with a polycarbonate lens that's going to protect against dust and moisture. The light itself is going to be 11-1/2" long. Each LED light is three watts, giving you a total of 72 watts per light bar.

As far as the installation, it's pretty straightforward. It's going to come with all the mounting hardware. It's going to come with the wiring harness that has a relay and the switch included.As far as the application that we have here today, our customer chose to have a plug mounted on the boat so he could remove the light. He actually provided the plug. If you chose to have the light where you could remove it, but you didn't have a plug, you can find a two wire loop on our website using part number 9651P, and all it is is it has a plug on both ends.

You can cut the end of one wire off, attach it to the plug here, and the other end you'd attach to your wiring and run it back to your switch that's going to give you the power. One thing to keep in mind, if you choose to go that way, the plug that stays on the boat, you need to make sure that that's covered when the light is not plugged into it.Now that we've gone over some of the features on this light, let me show you how I installed it on this boat. First thing we need to do to start our installation, you need to determine where you're going to mount your light. Our customer wants his light mounted on the front of his boat. The next thing we need to do is, our customer wants us to wire his light to the light switch on his dash, next to his steering wheel.

Your kit's going to come with a relay kit that's going to look like this. It has a push-button switch. We're actually going to be removing this switch, and using the wires to plug into his dash. Now, the relay. Even though the light that is on the dash is already fused to the battery, or in between the battery, we're going to go ahead and use the relay kit, because this is going to allow you to run a smaller switch, smaller gauge wire to that switch, without burning it up, or without electrocuting yourself when you're turning it off and on.Now, we need to determine where we're going to mount this. Even though our light switch has power going to the battery, our relay for our light also has power and ground that operates the light. We're going to go ahead and use that, hook that up to the battery. We're going to mount our relay right about here. We're going to make sure when we mount it, we mount it upright like this, make sure it's not turned or upside down. So what we're going to do, because we have three batteries here, and just need to make sure we're in reach of one of them with our power and our ground wire, we're going to drill a hole right in this area. You just want to make sure, because I'm going to, instead of putting a self-tightening screw or something in there, I'm actually going to put a nut and bolt on it, so I want to make sure I can get a wrench on it. About there.I'm going to drill a 9/64" hole right here where my mark is. Then, I have a hex bolt with a lock nut. 7/16" wrench and socket. Put that. Tighten down, just like that. We have our power and ground. Then, we can route the rest of our wires just like this. Next thing we need the to do is we need to route our wire up to our dash. I'm actually going to utilize this wire loom here that already has wire in it. I'm going to cut my zip ties off, run my wire through it, and I'll just replace the zip ties. We need to keep in mind that our motor turns, and this part moves. Go ahead and tuck this in. Let's see what we got here. Take this, go right through here.Then, my switch that I'm going to be removing, it's going to give me plenty to go to my light switch on my dash. Then, my wire that I'm going to be connecting to the wire that's going through the front, I'm going to route it right underneath my dash like this. Then I can make my connection up here. First, I'm going to clean this up. I'm going to go ahead and get my wire zip tied up to this point. From here, this would hook to our light. Obviously, the light being on the front of the boat, this is not going to reach, so we're going to have to extend it. What I'm going to be using to extend it is I'm going to be using the four wire duplex 14 gauge wire. If you don't have any, you can find some on our website. We're only actually going to be using two of these wires, which the red and the black in there are going to match the wires we have on our plug now.The other two wires, if we want to hook something else up later, we're going to have those two wires that are already going to be ran for us, so that gives us an advantage there for later on. What I'm going to do is I'm going to run this wire through this channel all the way up underneath here. That's going to go up to a plug that we're going to be mounting up there. This wire's actually going to run up underneath up to here. I'm just going to leave it lay like this, so I know I have enough when I get to that point. Next thing we're going to do is we're going to make our connection to my wire that I have run to the front. Cut it off here. Go ahead and split this.What I'm going to do with these is I'm actually going to seal them off with a heat shrink butt connector. We're going to strip back these two. Put on a heat shrink butt connector on those. Now, the butt connectors don't come in your kit, but I suggest using them, because they're going to be out open in the elements. This is going to protect your wire connections from corroding. Then we'll cut these plugs off here. We'll just go red-to-red and black-to-black. Then we'll take our heat source, shrink them up. Take the small piece of tape, going to go right over the end there. That'll keep anything from getting in this other end here. I'll take all this and tape it together. We can zip tie that.Next, we're going to put our leg onto our light. It's going to fit just like that. We're going to use a nylon head bolt that comes in your kit, a lock washer, and then a flat washer. Put it inside the leg like this. We'll tighten it down. You don't have to make them real tight, just want it tight enough where the legs aren't going to move on you. Net, we need to figure out where we're going to mount it. Our navigation light, you need to be able to see it from the sides and from the front of the boat. Driving at night in a boat, you have to have a red and green light, so we can't go up here where he originally wanted it mounted, because it's just too low. We're actually going to go about like that.Then, we need to determine where we're going to put our plug. Now, if you flip it over to the other side, our wire's going to be on the bottom. We can put our plug over here, but all our wiring's run on this side. Matter of personal preference whether you want to run that wire all the way across. I'm going to do it right here, that way when we add on our plug that our customer purchased, the plug that he found, it's a waterproof plug, you can just mount it right there. When he takes it out, he'll have the top of this plug sitting flush on the boat deck. How I got the center is you have seven small Allen head screws that go across the bottom of the light. I'm going to use the center one, and center it on the navigation light on the boat. Now, we're going to mark the holes on our feet so we can drill holes.This is the hardware that comes in your kit for each one of the feet. Our customer wants to be able to remove the light, so what we're going to use, this little thing here is basically like a rivet with threads. What we're going to do is we're going to drill a hole and we're going to sink that down in, and we're going to use a tool to shrink it so it bites up against the underneath and the top side of our deck. Then, this will screw in on the top, and then when he wants to take it out, he can pull the bolt out. This'll stay on the deck of the boat, he can remove his light. I'm going to start with a pilot hole. Once you get the hole to the correct size, you're just going to put your sleeve down inside. This'll be our hardware. You can see our sleeve's not moving. It's not coming out. Now, we're going to repeat that same thing for the other hole.Because our customer wants to be able to remove it, the bolts that fit those sleeves are not made for the light, or for this foot. The bolts that come with it would fit down in there, and you would just tighten the nut on the bottom, you wouldn't have to worry about getting a wrench on it. Since he wants to be able to remove it, this head has to sit above this, or else you can't get a wrench on it. So what we're going to do is we're going to put a flat washer on it, and then we're going to take the nut from the bolt that comes in the kit, and we're going to slide it on like that. Then, when we thread it down into the sleeve, gives us enough room to get a wrench on it.Next, I'm going to mount my plug. I think I'm going to mount it right here, that way the other red that connects into there is right close to the light. That'll be a good spot for it. Just going to use the cap here, make sure if I put the cover on there, it's going to fit. That's going to work good. Right about there. That'll give me my center. Now, I'm going to remove my light and then drill my hole. I'm going to take this side and go ahead and put this bolt in to make sure I don't get anything stuck inside there on the threads. Start with the pilot hole. Now, I'm going to take an 1-1/8" hole saw bit to make my hole. Now, even though it's aluminum, I'm going to go ahead and take a black paint marker. I'm just going to cover up that open metal there. You can spray paint it if you want to.Next, we need to get our wire up through this hole. Before we do that, we need to make sure we put on this ring so that when we put our plug in, this will sandwich the two on the deck of our boat. We're going to go ahead and just slide that on down on the hole. I'm going to take some air line tube, feed it through to here. Now I'll just take my wire, throw a little bit of tape on it to hold it on there, and pull it up through the hole. Just like that. Now, one thing I did that we need to do is we need to make sure, because this is a compartment, putting life jackets and stuff, we need to make sure that our wire is not pulled up tight, so we can store stuff in there. I'm going to lay it in the rib that runs along the floor, and take a marker. I'm going to mark where I'm going to cut it. That way, I can pull it up, cut my wire here when I put my plug on, I'll push this down in there like that, and then I'll have plenty of extra wire under there. I can tuck it up against the wall, or in the rib, or wherever, so it's out of the way.Now I'm going to go ahead and cut my wire. Now, for my wires that are going to be up here, the green and white wire, I'm not going to be using, because we capped them off at the other end. I'm just going to cut them right here. They're going to be underneath the deck, they're not going to get wet, so I'll go ahead and run some tape around that. We'll go ahead and strip back our wires. Now, we're going to put our negative into terminal one, and our positive wire into terminal two. On the back of our plug, it's marked. The wire's connected, we'll go ahead and grab our plug down in our hole, and then we'll reach under there and put the ring on the bottom of our plug.Now that we have our plug in, we're going to reinstall our light. The legs on there are going to come with little rubber feet. Take this bolt and just push it through. Then we're going to line up the hole and we'll thread it right down into the sleeve. As far as the other end of the plug that you mounted to the light, you just want to make sure that you connect your ground and your power wire into the same ports that you have into the plug itself, so that they match. Negative was in one, positive was in number two. I've gone ahead and hooked my power and ground up to the back before I cut my switch off, gone ahead and hooked my power and ground up to the battery.What I want to do is make sure that everything I have ran from here on out makes the light work. That way, when I cut this wire and I hook it to the switch I have on the dash, we know if there's an issue it's somewhere in the dash. You can see we have power going to our switch that comes with our kit. When I turn it on, it goes to green. Now, we've determined, through testing, that our blue wire is going to be the power going to our switch, so that's the wire we're going to be using to go to our light switch on our dash. Our black and our white wire are going to be the ground and the power for the LED lights on this switch, which we're not going to be using. We'll go ahead and cut all these. With all of them done, I'm just taping off my black and white wire that I'm not going to be using.I strip back my wire, and I have a spade connector. I'm going to go ahead, because this wire's so thin, and double it over, and make sure we get a good connection on it. Go ahead and connect it to my switch. Now, before I screw my dash back in, I'm going to go ahead and hook my negative and ground back up. Now, we turn our light switch on, and it's working correctly. That'll do it for the look at and and installation on the MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar, part number MT80631.


Customer Reviews

MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar - LED - 72 Watts - Mixed Beam - 2 Row - 12" Long - MT80631

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (68 Customer Reviews)

Bright, durable LED light bar produces 5,280 raw lumens of light from 24 LEDs. The combination flood beam and spot beam is great for seeing at a distance, as well as off to both sides. Aluminum housing features a tough polycarbonate glass lens.

- MT80631
by:
2012 Ford Ranger

I bought a 12 " light bar. It arrived very fast and was well packed with foam. I installed it on the front bumper of my Ford Ranger. Install was straightforward and took about 2 hours. It works great and looks awesome. Very happy with it.



- MT80631
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2018 Chevrolet Colorado



- MT80631
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Very bright, perfect for midsize tractor. I use this while plowing snow. It's perfect with up-front and some side light. I just have to remember to turn it off when facing road traffic, it's blinding from 7 feet up on my ROPS bar.



- MT80631
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Still working up to this date!



- MT80631
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2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Great product. Well built. Great price



- MT80630
by:

Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Love the light bar. It works great on my atv and Brightens everything up much better then just the stock head lights. The only reason I give it 3 ?'s is because the switch is very cheap and the screws the mount the brackets to the light bar are to short. I ended up going and buying a better switch and as for the short screws, well I ended up just not using the lock washers so I could get the threads to catch. Other then those 2 things I am happy with this light.


Comments
Not happy with this product at all. Its all flood light and even that its not very bright. Makes only very little difference over stock halogen headlights. Definitely not worth buying.
John - 03/17/2021

Thanks for your review. This item has 3 watts per LED which ends up being 36 watts altogether. This is pretty good considering most golf cart headlights are 32 watts whereas standard sedan halogen bulbs are 55 watts.

-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 3/19/2021


- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Installation and Illumination are excellent. I did not mount our light in the open area of the bumper but on top as it was so much easier to do and get to and adjust. It looks ok there, and still will not affect airflow. The challenge is to get the power switch wiring into the cab, have patience. I cut a slit (upper right corner looking aft) in the firewall rubber seal behind the radiator overflow bottle to get access into the cab and fished it thru using a small straight wire. The power switch ended up mounted next to the steering column on the left had side, near the dash light dimmer switch. The Youtube video that appears on the etrailer page is recommended and did help, thanks to the team for putting that together.



- MT80630
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Bought 2 for my tractor when blowing snow. Totally a complete package which was very simple to install. Much brighter than old, halogen flood. One package was missing 2 screws. A quick call to etrailer resulted in replacement screws within 2 days. Many thanks.


Comments
Still going strong
John S - 12/25/2019



- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


I purchased and installed two light bars on my Ford Ranger recently. The shipping was very fast and the lights came with everything needed to install pretty easily. I mounted the roof lights by with super strong magnets screwed to a wood base I made. The light then screws to the wood. It holds amazingly strong even at 75 MPH. Best of all there are no holes drilled into the roof. The lights are both very bright and effective. i do a lot of driving on forest service roads in Colorado when its dark, so these lights make a huge difference. So far I am very pleased with them.


Comments
Thanks for your e-mail. The lights have worked very well when I need them. Weve used them to illuminate the area when setting up our camp site last hunting season. They were very helpful while scouting around in the National Forest roads, where there is no other light source. Ive mounted an additional light on the back of my truck to light up the area for loading and unloading my trailer at night. Very pleased with them. I have also made other purchases of equipment for my truck from etrailer and the service and quality and shipping have been consistently great. Keep it up.
Mark B - 04/02/2018



- MT80630
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Got these today and installed them on the rear bumper of my truck camper. Wired them up so that they turn on with my reverse lights. They definitely make backing up much safer. Very happy with them.


Comments
They are still working perfectly! Very bright and much safer backing my truck and camper up!
Jonathan S - 09/21/2018



- MT80630
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Received the LED Light Bar in a well packed shipping carton. The LED Light Bar quality is excellent, as is the mounting hardware, and the supplied wiring harness with a relay, fuse, and on/off lighted switch. If you don't know how to install a wiring harness.....you will have to find someone to help you. Reason, the supplied instructions I received was the printed on a 1/4 page of a 8x10 piece of paper. A magnifying glass is needed to read the instructions which give minimal step by step instructions. Overall excellent product for the price. Install is on a Jeep Wrangler. Use for Surf Fishing when driving on the beach!



- MT80630
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Great auxiliary light on my sxs , very intense brightness for a small size. Love the 2 way beam, very well made and easy installation, been using it for a few months now and no issues.


Comments
Working great, friends ask where I got it, awesome light small and so bright.
marv - 09/25/2019



- MT80632
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Great product great price


Comments
Not so good the black paint is coming off and the aluminum underneath is oxidizing. thought i would get many years of service. i dont think that is going to happen water is going to seep into housing.
al d - 10/13/2020


- MT80634
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Attached are 3 items I recently purchased from etrailer I installed the headache rack and LED light bar. Both work perfectly. The LED bar is super bright and makes backing up at night, or working on the boat/trailer amazingly bright Since my tonneau cover would not work with the rack, I bought the fifth wheel cover. Love all 3 purchases Thanks etrailer



- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


The light bar is very bright and may prove useful when I can put the vehicle it is installed on back on the road. One problem is that connecting it to the vehicle battery lets the led light on the switch remain on all the time, not just when the light is on. Since it is installed on an RV that is stored for long periods of time the wiring must be disconnected to prevent a continuous, though slight, drain on the battery.



- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Love the light - install was a breeze thanks to the included wiring and instructions. The lighted push button was an added plus for me!! Super bright just what I needed for working out in the yard and keeping an eye out for those pesky deer. It came in a foam padded box as well which was nice. Great job etrailer. keep up the great work.



- MT80634
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


I PURCHASED THE BAR NOT FOR A TRUCK BUT MY BOAT. Mounted as indicated and has full adjustment within range of the brackets. The unit has seen it share of water both rain and lake. Still works as new.



- MT80630
by:

Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Great light. Very study. Even held up through a car crash with its sturdy metal bracket!



- MT80632
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


I mounted this light bar in the grill of my truck with brackets I custom made. The mounts that come with it only allow mounting to a flat surface. Looks good, but they are not as bright as I thought they would be. Lights up an area about the same as low beams, but not as bright as low beams. They do add more light when used with headlights, but the light is not cast further out, so you can't see further than with your headlights. Since I bought this to see dark cows on dirt roads at night, the lack of distance doesn't really help



- MT80633
by:

Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Still works. No water droplets in the housing. Nice and bright.


Comments
Still works like a champ! No moisture inside the housing and no issues whatsoever. Very happy.
Daniel - 01/27/2020



- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Those lights are amazing!!!!


Comments
After a year of service, the light bar is working great, I have been in the mountains off roaming, really recommend the product!!!
JeanMichel - 02/13/2020



- MT80633
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Light bar is great, slight damage on the switch on the wiring harness when I got it. Worked with customer service and they sent a new wiring harness with no problem. Great product.



- MT80633
by:

Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Fantastic!!! I mounted this light behind the lower grill of my Toyota Tacoma, and it is extremely bright. I'm very satisfied and definitely recommend this light bar to anyone.



- MT80636
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights




- MT80632
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Review from a similar LED Bar in Off Road Lights


Works great, bright enough for what I use it for. I have it mouted on base magnets to set on my SUV roof for loading / off loading my bass boat at ramps that do not have street lights. Works very well. I can see my trailer just fine loading during night hours. Not hard wired but I plug it into a jumper pack just for this purpose.


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    The MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar # MT80631 is not compatible with 36 volts; its input voltage can only be between 9V and 32V so if you removed one of the 12V batteries you were running in series, then it could work. Your other option is to simply use a separate 12V battery for the MaxxTow Off-Road Light Bar # MT80631. This would allow you to use the light bar and gain maximum visibility so you can shoot some fish.
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    It is possible that you could use your current wiring with either the # MT80632 or the # MT80631. It would depend on the wattage your current system can handle and the relay it uses. I would suggest using the wiring that comes with either one of these systems instead and splicing in your factory auxiliary dash button. That will ensure proper function and the correct draw to protect your lights and the wiring.
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    I looked up pictures of the grille on your 2018 Colorado and I don't believe this would fit behind it due to the curve on the bottom of the grille and the taper of it vertically. You can measure the area behind the grille though to find out for sure. If there's room for the 31 inches of length this has it would work. We also have shorter versions of this like the part # MT80632 which is 21-1/2 inches long, # MT80631 which is 12 inches, and the # MT80630 which is 7-5/16 inches.
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