RIGID 5x7" Truck-Lite LED Headlight Kit

$449.99 $549.99

SKU: RIGD-55003 RIGID

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In the world of aftermarket lighting products, nobody can compete with the quality of RIGID lights. The 5x7” Truck-Lite LED Headlight Kit is a DOT and TC compliant set that provides brighter and crisper illumination without impairing the vision of oncoming traffic. Installed in a matter of minutes and warrantied for 3 years, the RIGID Headlight Kit has plenty to offer!

  • Universal Option Suitable for All Types of Trucks, Classic Cars, Motorcycles, and Off-road machines.
  • Compatible with YJ Wranglers
  • Uses LED Technology for Superior Illumination
  • Compliant with DOT and TC Standards
  • Has the High and Low Beam Functions
  • Hard-Coated, Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Lenses
  • 12-24V System with Encapsulated Circuitry and a 16 Gauge Wire
  • Backed by a 3 Year Limited Warranty

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RIGID Driving Beam

If your current headlights have become too faded or do not provide enough illumination, RIGID 5x7” Truck-Lite LED Headlights are a much better option than going with another set of stock lights. 

The driving pattern is designed to be used on public roads, with high and low beam functionality. When properly mounted, these headlights are DOT and TC compliant, making them legal and safe for other participants in traffic. 

Premium Construction

RIGID products are built to a much higher standard than conventional lighting products. The lens is made out of hard-coated polycarbonate with impact-resistant properties that work together with the metalized reflector optics to deliver a light beam that is smoother, brighter, and more white. RIGID backs behind their Truck-Lite LED Headlights with a 3-year warranty, so should anything happen, they’ve got you covered.

RIGID vs. Knockoffs

Wondering if there's really a big difference between cheap knockoff lights and name-brands such as RIGID? This independent Youtuber does an excellent job highlighting the pros and cons, to help you decide if you're willing to accept sub-par lighting standards for your Jeep build.