Whether you’re going off-road or the next on-site job, a Jeep Wrangler Light Bar is the most effective way of getting more light when you need it! They can be installed in a number of mounting points, and significantly improve visibility even in the toughest conditions.
LED Light Bars For Jeep Wrangler
The continuous improvements to the LED technology have resulted in lighting solutions far superior to the old light bulb systems. Modern light bars are almost exclusively made with LEDs, as they also use less power and create less noise. On Your Jeep Guide, you can find options for most Wrangler models, including:
- Jeep JK Light Bars
- Jeep TJ Light Bars
- Jeep JL Light Bar
- Jeep YJ Light Bars
From vehicle-wide to pocket-sized options, our light bar selection has a wide variety of choices. The largest, double-stack models should be mounted on the roof, but you can place a slick single stack on the cowl mount or the front bumper. The smaller bars can be mixed and matched to create a beam that is both wider and cast further than the beam of regular headlamps.
Choosing the right beam pattern is very important, as you can further customize the light bar to suit your use cases. Flood pattern is generally used for fog lights and translates well into off-road use, where wide-angle visibility at lower speeds means a lot.
Driving pattern supplements headlights, but even if it’s not SAE compliant, you can make use of it on your estate’s dirt roads where the driving speed is generally higher. When you’re buying a 50” light bar, there’s enough room to combine both beam types into a combo pattern. You’ll get all the benefits of floodlights without range restrictions.