RIGID 7" Round Truck-Lite LED Headlight Kit

$459.99 $559.99

SKU: RIGD-55009 RIGID

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RIGID Round Truck-Lite LED Headlight Kit is a perfect replacement for any truck, car, or motor with a 7” round headlight design. A heated lens option offers consistent visibility in winter conditions.

Rather than adding pods and light bars to your setup, improve it drastically by upgrading your stock headlights to RIGID’s Round Truck-Lite LED lights!

  • Hard Coated Polycarbonate Lens
  • Choose between Heated and Regular Lens
  • E-Coat Aluminum Housing
  • Adapter Included
  • DOT Compliant
  • Uses 16-Gauge Wire
  • Encapsulated Circuitry for Added Durability
  • 2 LED Arrays
  • Low & High Beams
  • Outputs 23 Watts at 3 Amp Draw

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The Best Headlights Upgrade

When thinking about improving their lighting setup, many start by adding light pods and bars, which is certainly a smart choice, provided their headlamps are great to begin with. 

With so many non-LED stock headlights in circulation, it’s better to start off with a great headlight kit like the one from RIGID, and get benefits without additional accessories added to your vehicle.

Built For The Cold

RIGID 7” Round Truck-Lite LED Headlights feature a heated lens that completely melts snow and ice, letting you see in any weather. There’s no need to install additional wiring, as this feature activates automatically when the temperature drops below 50 degrees Fahrenheit!

Dependable Option

The reliability of RIGID products cannot be understated. They’re one of the most prominent manufacturers of automotive lighting solutions. With the Round Truck-Lite LED Headlights, you’re getting a solid-state, bulb-free headlamp that is resistant to shock and vibration damage for a long lifespan.

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.