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MaxxTow Off-Road Lights - LED - 54 Watts - Wide Spot Beam - 4-1/2" Diameter - Qty 2

MaxxTow Off-Road Lights - LED - 54 Watts - Wide Spot Beam - 4-1/2" Diameter - Qty 2

Item # MT80637-2
Our Price: $28.39
Off Road Lights
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
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Bright, durable LED spotlights produce 2,150 raw lumens of light in each beam. Spot beams are great for seeing at a distance. Each light features a powder coated aluminum housing, polycarbonate glass lens, and stainless steel mounting bracket. Fastest Shipping and Great prices for MaxxTow Off-Road Lights - LED - 54 Watts - Wide Spot Beam - 4-1/2" Diameter - Qty 2. Read our customer reviews of MaxxTow off road lights. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your off road lights part number MT80637-2 by MaxxTow online at etrailer.com.
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MaxxTow Off Road Lights - MT80637-2

  • Spotlight
  • Pod Light
  • 4-1/2L x 5T x 2D Inch
  • Universal Mounts
  • Pair of Lights
  • LED Light
  • MaxxTow
  • Black

Bright, durable LED spotlights produce 2,150 raw lumens of light in each beam. Spot beams are great for seeing at a distance. Each light features a powder coated aluminum housing, polycarbonate glass lens, and stainless steel mounting bracket.


Features:

  • Off-road LED lights provide bright, focused light
    • Wide, 30-degree spot beams are great for seeing at a distance
  • Superior light output from (9) 3-watt LEDs in each spotlight
    • Premium LEDs with 30,000-hour life spans
  • Channeled fins on each housing let heat quickly dissipate
  • Durable, weather-resistant construction
    • Black powder coated die-cast aluminum housings are lightweight and rugged
    • Corrosion-resistant stainless steel mounting brackets
    • Durable, polycarbonate glass lenses
  • Easy installation with included hardware
    • Universal, single-bolt, pedestal-style brackets provide a sturdy mounting base and let you adjust the angle of each light


Specs:

  • Quantity: 2 lights
  • Overall dimensions: 4-1/2" diameter x 5" tall x 2" deep
  • Raw lumen output: 2,150 lumens per light
  • Diodes: 9 per light
  • Wattage: 54 watts
    • 27 watts per light
    • 3 Watts per LED
  • Input voltage: 10-30V DC
  • 2-Year warranty


80637-2 Maxx Tow Spot Lights - LED - 27 Watts - 30 Degree Beam - 4-1/2" Diameter - Qty 2






Customer Reviews

MaxxTow Off-Road Lights - LED - 54 Watts - Wide Spot Beam - 4-1/2" Diameter - Qty 2 - MT80637-2

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (36 Customer Reviews)

Bright, durable LED spotlights produce 2,150 raw lumens of light in each beam. Spot beams are great for seeing at a distance. Each light features a powder coated aluminum housing, polycarbonate glass lens, and stainless steel mounting bracket.

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Well they look good as replacements for the lower head lights on a polaris sportsman. HAvent been used much so I need more time for an honest review..much brighter to look at then I thought they would be, so I wouldn't recommend driving against traffic with them on. Note, the top section of the rack needed to be shimmerd up 1/2" for lights to fit. etrailer is a great company to deal with, I'd buy from them again.

Robert S.

3/2/2019

Great! Installed on my nephews atv a year ago. He says they are still working great.



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Very happy with my purchase, product arrived in a timely manner. Customer service helped me with a minor issue and had a replacement shipped same day, hassle free. E-trailer can not be beat!



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I used a pair of these as "docking" lights on my Class "super C" RV,since it didn't come equipped with them, and backing into dark camp sites was a little too exciting without them. They give a good spread of white light without a sharp cutoff. I have them mounted underneath the body, hanging off crossmembers and they have stood up to any gravel and road debris, and create a good deal of light around the rear wheels and down the sides of the unit. The brackets aren't the most heavy duty, but they have held adjustment over some pretty rough roads so far.



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Everything from these people is top shelf.
Compair prices between here & other stores. Especialy if etrailer are on sale. I bought these lights & a light bar. The light bar a a well known store was about 130 watts. At first glance they looked same even made by same co. The other store was around $150.00 I got these on sale in June For less than $50. etrailer is 550 Watts & diff bulbs driveing & flood at same time. Major diff. Not to forget round lights have not mounted yet just hooked up on bench. Get your cutting goggles on.



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I put these lights on a snowmobile trailer to replace lights that were previously installed from factory. They are just used for loading or unloading snowmobiles. They work much better then the stock lights that were there.



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haven't installed them yet but I have seen these on other trucks and I know they are top notch.

I have bought some etrailer before and they have always been good to me fast reliable service and easy pay with PayPal.
Thanks



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Bought these for additional backup lights on my truck.
Installed them and so far they are excellent for my purpose.



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Added them to my XR650R in place of the halogen race lights.These draw less current,easy to install and are plenty bright.For the price you can't beat them.I actually have them on separate switchs as both are too bright for oncoming traffic when on the hwy



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Got me LED lights yesterday and they look great and for an even greater price, thanks etrailer



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Product quality looks good. I haven’t installed them yet but I’m sure they will do the job for me.
Service as usual is fantastic.



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We love all the products we have purchased. Well designed and very easy to install.



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I have had these lights for over 1 year and they still work great!
Great product!



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Havent installed yet, but everything looks good and was delivered in a timely manner. Will need them in Death Valley on my 2000 Tacoma....



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One has already stopped working but other then that, very bright



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the lights i oreded suck not the ones for me



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Arrived as ordered in a timely fashion. Would certainly order from again



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Plenty bright work good



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like the die cast case



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very good lites



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Bought for the backhoe. We will see how they do



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Great product installed easily. Would recommend



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Customer Service was top notch. Will do business with them again



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Appear to be good quality and shipped quick and free



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Works great!



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