RIGID SR-Series Pro 30" Lightbar



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The SR-Series Pro 30” Lightbar by RIGID is made for serious off-road adventures and nighttime work interventions. What most lightbar manufacturers get from two rows of LEDs, RIGID SR-Series Pro outperforms with a single row, combining illumination with a low profile design.

  • The 30” Lightbar measures 33” Wide and 1.125” Tall
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Extruded Aluminum Housing
  • Powder Coated Finish
  • Blacked Out Circuit Boards
  • Highly Reliable and Efficient Option

Top Features

Lead the Group

Going off-road on a remote mountain path at night is something every enthusiast has to experience. In the instances where you’re driving alone or leading the group, you’ll be thankful you got a RIGID SR-Series Pro 30” Lightbar!

Combo Optics

With a RIGID lightbar, you can be certain you’ll get more than just a standard flood beam pattern. In the 30” configuration, the SR-Series Pro is available with either spot flood combo beam, or spot driving combo. 

Their specifications are nearly identical, but the spot driving combo has a wider beam angle, making it for speeds up to 50MPH, while the spot flood beam performs better at moderate to high speed.

Renowned Reliability

When considering other manufacturers, you’ll need to go through extensive research to figure out just how reliable their products are. With RIGID, however, the brand speaks for itself. The standard to which the SR-Series Pro Lightbar is held by the manufacturer will exceed all of your expectations. That, and a limited lifetime warranty are more than enough to settle any doubts. 

What’s in the Box

  • (2) 1/4" Nylon Lock Nuts
  • (2) Short Mounting Bracket
  • (2) Tall Mounting Bracket
  • (2) Compression Spacers(already installed)
  • Light Bar

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.