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Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair

Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair

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Long-lasting halogen bulbs light your way when you're off-roading. Durable, black powder coated housings lend a cool, rugged look to your truck or SUV. Universal design fits almost any light bar or grille guard. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair. Read our customer reviews of Westin off road lights. Call 800-298-1624 for expert service or order your off road lights part number 09-0505 by Westin online at etrailer.com.
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Westin Off Road Lights - 09-0505

  • Universal Driving Light
  • Halogen Light
  • 6 Inch Diameter
  • Spot Beam
  • Pair of Lights
  • Westin
  • Black

Long-lasting halogen bulbs light your way when you're off-roading. Durable, black powder coated housings lend a cool, rugged look to your truck or SUV. Universal design fits almost any light bar or grille guard.


Features:

  • Universal-fit lights provide custom look and superior function for off-road vehicles
  • Black powder coated housing and grille cover deliver cool style
    • "Westin" brand name overlays grille
    • Molded plastic grille covers protects lights
  • Quartz halogen bulbs are long-lasting and sure to give off brilliant light
  • Bolt-on installation


Specs:

  • Diameter: 6"
  • Quantity: 1 pair
  • 55-watt bulbs
  • Mounting studs: 1-1/2" long
  • 1-Year warranty


09-0505 Westin Off-Road Lights - Black




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Video of Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair

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




Video Transcript for Westin Off-Road Driving Lights Installation - 2019 Toyota 4Runner

Shane: Hi I'm Shane with etrailer.com. Today you're going to be taking a look, I'm going to walk you through the installation on the Westin offroad lights on your 2019 Toyota Forerunner. As you can see here, we have these installed on the Westin Sportsman grill guard.Now if you're one of those offroad enthusiasts. Maybe you like to go camping out somewhere where it's secluded, not a whole lot of lighting on the roads. These are going to help you add lighting so you can see down that path. They're going to hook to a relay, which connects to your battery.

And you're going to have a separate switch inside, so you can control them whenever you need to.They're going to be six inch round lights, metal casing, a plastic guard. Metal casing's going to have a black powder coat finish, which they're also available in chrome finish. Our plastic guard here, this is going to help protect your lights if you come in contact with any of those trees or anything like that when you're going down that path. These are replaceable and they can be found here at etrailer.com. These are going to be a no drill application.

They're going to come with all the necessary hardware to get them installed.Now when I'm comparing these to other types of lights. You have your flood beams, you have ut spot beams, and you have LED lights. These are going to be spot beams, which is going to give you a lot longer beam straight out in front of you, but not quite as wide. Flood beams are going to give you a lot wider, but they're not going to go as far out. And then when you compare them to like LED lights, these are halogen.

LED lights you don't have to replace bulbs. With your halogens you have the potential of having to change out the bulbs sometimes. But with the LED lights you don't get custom grill guards like this. You don't have a whole lot of protection on the front of that light. If it breaks, you're pretty much out.

You have to get a new light. With this you have protection over your bulbs and these guards are replaceable.The switch that comes in the kit is a lighted switch. So you know when your lights are on, the switch is lit up. When they're off, the light goes off. You're going to have four mounting locations. So depending on where you want them. Our customer wants them mounted towards the middle, closer together. You're going to have a little rubber plug. You're going to pull the rubber plug off. We're going to take off the nut, the lock washer, and flat washer. Get our light, set it in place. Put on the flat washer, lock washer, and then the nut. And we'll tighten it down with a 9/16" socket. And repeat the same process for the other light.We're going to take our wires coming out of each light. I'm going to be adding heat shrink butt connectors. These do not come in your kit. However, they can be found here at etrailer.com. This is really going to help protect your connections from corrosion, because they are outside of the vehicle. And you're going to do that same thing to the other light.Now we're going to remove our panel here on top. These fasteners we just push the center in, just like that and they come out. Go ahead and remove the panel. You're going to have a black wire like this in your kit. You're going to have two ends on it. We're going to cut those off. We're going to be connecting them to the black wires on the lights. This is going to be our ground wire for our lights. We'll strip back the short one and then the long one, we're actually going to end up trimming it down. And all I did with my wire is I just ran them right through the grill. It's going to be a matter of personal preference of how you run them through there. Then the other one, right there. Then we'll hook it on to the other black wire on the other light. And this end, we're going to take a self tapping screw and we're going to ground it somewhere on a metal surface.We actually have a couple of bolts right here. This runs right to the frame, it's part of the frame. I'm going to just loosen one of those bolts and that's where I'm going to ground my wire. You just want to make sure when you're grounding it, you're on metal, not on any plastic. We don't need to remove this all the way because our wire has an open end on it. So we can just slide it right underneath.We're going to have a wiring harness like this that hooks to our relay. The red wire coming off it is going to be split. This is going to hook into the red wires coming off our lights. So instead of mounting my relay first and then trying to get this down there. What I'm going to do is I'm going to hook my red wires up first and then I'll mount my relay. It's going to be the same way as we did the black wire. We're going to cut off the connectors because we're using the heat shrink. I'm going to go ahead and cut this one. We'll strip them back just like we did the other ones.Now we're going to hook these to the red wires on the back of our lights. Now I'm going to run my harness. I'm going to go over top of this plastic brace here behind my driver's side headlight. We're going to have one blue wire. It's going to have a fuse on it. This one goes to the positive side of the battery. This long blue one, we're going to route inside of the vehicle, which is going to be connected to the switch. And we're going to have a black wire that's going to be grounded. I'm going to use a factory ground there. I think I'm going to mount my relay right here. That way when I'm done I can clean up my wires, everything stays nice and tucked in out of the way, make it look as factory as possible.I'm just going to use a self tapping screw. The self tapper doesn't come in your kit. You can find them anywhere. I'm going to go ahead and connect it. I'm just not going to hook up to my battery just yet. Ground wire, 10 millimeter socket. Then we'll tighten our bolt back down.On our driver's side, right on our firewall we're going to have a large rubber grommet that all of our wiring is running through to the inside. Blue one that I'm running inside the vehicle, ran from here around the side of my battery. I went underneath my ground wire, behind this bracket here that's holding the fuse panel onto the body. Back to the rubber grommet. I sliced a little hole in it and then fed my connector in through.Now as far as mounting your switch inside the vehicle, once you get your wire ran in. It's going to look like this. The center part does pop out of it. So you don't necessarily have to use this casing. If you do want to use it, you'll just take a . it comes with a couple screws that are attached in the back. You can mount it anywhere on the bottom of the dash, wherever you like. Our customer actually wants it right here. So what I'm going to have to do is I'm going to have to pull this panel off, pop this out and I may have to cut this, the center of this out so that this will fit in there. I think this switch is just a little bit smaller than that space. So again, matter of personal preference. You want to use that, that makes it easy. You can just put it right on the bottom of your dash here.I'm not going to have to take the panel off. I was able to reach up in there and pop this out. There's little tabs right here on the top and bottom. What I did is I actually made a piece to fit around it. There's actually OEM plugs that you can buy probably at your local dealership for offroad lights that will fit right into the spot here. And it should hook directly up to the wires that you already have ran. I cut out a piece that will fit in there that will fill it. You can do it with this piece. You just have to mark it and cut it out. And then you can take that edging and it'll slide right up inside of there just like this.You're going to make sure you get it where it's going to hold just like that. And then when we hook up our switch, our switch will pop right into place and it'll actually fill all that in. Before doing this, we want to make sure we hook up our wires. We're going to have three wires to hook up, our blue one, which is running to our relay into our battery. Black one, that's the extra one that comes in the kit. That's going to be your ground. And it can be grounded anywhere as long as it's on metal. I just grounded it right at the kick panel here.As you can see my self tapper right there, right into the side panel of the vehicle. And the only thing we have left is our red wire. Now the red wire, they want you to hook to the parking lamp circuit or parking lamp wire. What I'm going to do instead of doing that, because the only thing this wire is doing is the illumination for your switch. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to tap it right into the fuse panel. So I ran it through the grommet and I extended my wire enough where it will reach the panel and we can hook these up to the switch.With these fuses, they're micro fuses with the short stems. So we got these if you use a fuse setup like this. We do have these. You can find them here at etrailer.com. And all I did was tested the fuses to find one that's hot all the time. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to pull this 10 amp fuse out. Stick it in here and then replace that fuse with this tap. Before doing that, the fuse tap comes with a butt connector on it because it's going to be in the engine compartment, I cut it off and I'm going to use a heat shrink butt connector. This is just my extended wire coming from where it's going to be hooked into my switch. We can take our heat source and shrink up our butt connectors.Go ahead and replace the fuse that we just put in the tap. I'll run this right over to this side. And what I might do is cut just a little bitty notch out of this. So that wire doesn't get smashed when I put the lid back on. But before doing that, I'm going to get everything hooked up, test everything out, make sure it's working correctly. Then we just need to hook up our power wire going to our relay, which is going to power our lights. Hook it up to the positive side of the battery. Use a 12 millimeter socket, go ahead and remove the nut. Just like that. Then we can plug in our switch.On the side of our switch, we're going to have one, two, three. You can see that the on is up, gold post. We're going to start at the very bottom. Bottom is going to be red. Middle is going to be blue. And top is going to be our ground. Now that we know our switch is working, we'll make sure our lights are working. Then we can clean up our wiring.Once you've got all your wires hooked up, you've tested out your lights and everything's working correctly. Get your wires cleaned up, go ahead and reinstall your panel then you're ready to go. Again, I'm Shane with etrailer.com. I hope this video has helped you during your installation or whether you're still deciding on the Westin offroad lights on your 2019 Toyota Forerunner.


Customer Reviews

Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair - 09-0505

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (7 Customer Reviews)

Long-lasting halogen bulbs light your way when you're off-roading. Durable, black powder coated housings lend a cool, rugged look to your truck or SUV. Universal design fits almost any light bar or grille guard.

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Installed these on my John Deere 850i Sport Gator. Stock running lights on the 850i are just not bright enough for road or off-road use. These Westin lights do the job! Took a few hours to install, but worth the effort. My only criticism is that the schematic shows the switch (blue wire) having one terminal attached to the parking lights & the other to ground. All that’s needed is to attach the wire designated for the parking light to +12V. Switching 12V to the blue wire is required to activate the lights relay.


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Still very pleased with these lights. The mounting bracket is beefy enough to keep the lights pointed where I need them, down the road. I picked these over LED versions & glad I did.
Gregory - 10/22/2020


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After getting a suitable mounting place, these lights have worked fantastic. Rugged design and not that cheap plastic some companies send you. Highly recommend.



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Worked good on my jeep liberty



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The product arrived on time and in good condition. Love the look of the lights, can't wait to install them.



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Fast shipment and love the lights and the price



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found what I was looking for and it was shipped quickly very happy



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Ask the Experts about this Westin Off Road Lights

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    The off-road lights that I have available for the Westin Ultimate Bull Bar are as follows: Westin 6 Inch Off-Road Driving Lights, Black, part # 09-0505 Westin 6 Inch Off-Road Driving Lights, Chrome, part # 09-0500 For standard driving lights I have the following: Westin 4-Inch Round Driving Lights, part # 09-0105 Westin 5-3/4 Inch Round Driving Lights, part # 09-0205 Westin 5-1/4 Inch x 2-1/2 Inch Rectangular Driving Lights, part # 09-0305 Westin 6 Inch x 4 Inch Rectangular...
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    I contacted Westin to verify, and the 6 inch Off-Road Driving Lights # 09-0505 will fit just fine on the Ultimate Bull Bar on your 2011 Ford Ranger.
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  • Installation Instructions for the Westin Off-Road Driving Lights # 09-0505
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  • Are Westin # 09-0505 Off-Road Driving Lights Waterproof
    Yes, according to our friends at Westin their # 09-0505 driving lamps will keep the water out as long as they're not submerged. I've linked you to a product description video as well as a video showing a typical installation.
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  • Availability of a Replacement Bulb for Westin Off-Road Driving Light
    The replacement bulb for the Westin Off-Road Driving Lights, # 09-0505, is an H3 Halogen light like part # CM93395. These lights are sold in a pair and are rated 55 watts which is the replacement wattage rating for the Westin light.
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  • Could Westin Off-Road Driving Lights # 09-0505 be Converted to LED Bulbs
    The Westin Off-Road Driving Lights # 09-0505 that you referenced do use H3 bulbs so to convert to a bright LED bulb in this style we have the Putco Optic 360 High Power H3 bulb # P250003W which would work great.
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  • Does the Switch for Westin Off-Road Driving Lights # 09-0505 Have to Run to Parking Lamp Circuit
    Not necessarily, but what the circuit does is allow the rocker switch to light up for easier visibility when the headlights of your vehicle are on. Basically if you complete that circuit the switch will light up like the gauge cluster does when your headlights get turned on. I attached a wiring diagram for the light kit for you to check out as well.
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  • How Sturdy Is The Mount On The Westin Off-Road Driving Lights?
    The mount on the Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat - 1 Pair, # 09-0505 itself is very sturdy. It is intended/designed for off-road driving conditions where the idea is durability. These lights can mount well on a snow plow as well and are often used for that application. The housing is powder coated for durability to protect the metal from the elements. I've attached some videos for you to reference. You may also be interested in a mount like # 57-0005...
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  • What Wattage are Westin Halogen Off-Road Lights and do they Include a Wiring Kit
    I just got off the phone with my contact at Westin. These lights are 55 watts and they do include a wiring kit.
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  • Correct Mounting Kit for Carr Low-Profile Light Mounting Bar CARR210501 Installation
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    For a 2010 Ford F-150, we have 3 different models of Westin bull bars and you will likely be able to tell what model you have based on the look as they have distinct differences. If you have the Westin Ultimate Bull Bar with Skid Plate - 3" Tubing - Black Powder Coated Steel # 32-2405 in black or chrome, you will want the Replacement Hardware Kit for Westin Ultimate Bull Bar with Skid Plate # 32-240PK. If you have the Westin E-Series Bull Bar with Skid Plate - 3" Tubing - Black Powder...
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    The Carr Deluxe Light Bar # CARR210341 is a custom fit for your 2009 Jeep Commander and will provide an attachment point for 4 off-road lights. I have provided a link to the instructions for the proper installation of this product. You will also need the Carr Gutterless Mount Kit # CARR220052 to install your light bar. It is designed for applications without external rain gutters. You will be required to drill 4 1/8 inch holes per bracket. I have included a link providing installation...
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  • Will Westin E-Series Bull Bar # 31-5615 Fit 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro
    Yes, the Westin E-Series Bull Bar # 31-5615 that you referenced is confirmed to fit and will work great on your 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD PRO with the factory hooks and skid plate. This is an excellent bull bar that features large-diameter rugged tubing, a rust-resistant black powder coat finish, and integrated mounting points that let you easily add a light kit like # 09-0505. I have attached the written installation instructions that you can look through as well.
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    The Aries grille guard # AA5041 for your 1998 Dodge Dakota does indeed have pre-drilled holes in the center crossbar for auxiliary lights. There are several light kits that you could use including # 09-0205 or for that rugged look use # 09-0505. Six inch diameter lights are probably about the biggest you would want to go.
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  • Does Carr Deluxe Light Mounting Bar Come In Black For Jeep Cherokee
    Yes the Carr Deluxe Light Mounting Bar part # CARR210344 does come in black powder coated steel with part # CARR210341. Please keep in mind the bars do not come with the lights attached. You would need to purchase Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter - Black Powder Coat part # 09-0505 to add to the bar which are 55-watt bulbs. I added a video so you can see how bright they are.
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  • How to Add Lights to the Roof of a 2016 Jeep Patriot
    I do have an option for you but a 2016 Jeep Patriot is not exactly considered to be an off-road vehicle therefore they don't make any custom mount light bar kits for it. If you wanted to add lights to your roof without having to drill into the roof itself then your best option would be to mount some pod lights on a roof basket. In order to do this you will first need a roof rack if you do not already have one. For this, I recommend the Yakima CoreBar Crossbar System part # Y00421 and...
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  • Light Mounting Bar That Fits 2002 Ford Excursion
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  • Grille Guard, Winch, And Nerf Bar Recommendations For 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    The grille guard I recommend for your 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the Westin Sportsman Grille Guard With Winch Plate, part # 40-92275. This grille guard has a rust-resistant black powder coated steel made with 1-1/2 inch diameter tubing. It also features a winch mounting tray that can handle winches with up to a 12,000 lb capacity. Drilling is required for installation and mounting hardware is included. The maximum size winch you can use on this grille guard is 23 inches wide,...
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  • Diameter of Mounting Holes for Lights on Westin Off-Road Light Mounting Bar
    I spoke with a representative of Westin who told me the diameter of the mounting holes for the lights on the Westin Off-Road Light Mounting Bar # 37-02590 is 1/2". Should this not work with your KC Daylighter lights there are lights available which will such as the Westin # 09-0205 or # 09-0505 that would look great on your 2016 Ram 3500.
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    For a 2013 Chevy Silverado 2500 the Westin MAX winch tray is # 46-23615. For a chrome-plated steel face plate for this model use # 46-70060. To add lights you would have to add a Bull Bar, # 46-43615 for black or # 46-43610 for polished stainless steel. Then you could use light kit # 09-0205 or # 09-0505.
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  • Item # 40-0905
    For the Westin Sportsman Grille Guard part # 40-0905 I really like the Westin Driving Lights part # 09-0205 or the Westin Off-Road Driving Lights - 6" Diameter part # 09-0505. The 6" variety are a little more heavy duty and offers a grated cover to protect them. The 5 3/4" have covers as well but need to be removed before use.
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