KC HiLITES SlimLite Off-Road Lights 123
- Sleek 6" Round Housing: Flat profile that allows them to fit where many other lights won't. Sold in complete systems (1 pair lights and wiring) or 1 single light.
- Chrome, Black or Titanium Look: 3 Styles to Choose from: 1. Unique Titanium look finish with super white 130w ice blue halogen bulbs. 2. Brilliant chrome plated finish with high performance clear halogen bulbs. 3. Deep black powder coat finish with high performance clear halogen bulbs
- Driving, Fog, Long Range / Off-Road: Slimlite series to include Fog and Driving beam patterns in addition to our Long Range lights.
- 100W or 130W Halogen Bulbs: Light up the road the way you want to with KC Slimlites.
Complete Systems or Individual Lights: Browse either a complete Slimlite light system or an individual light.
- Two All Steel 6" round slim housings w/ axis mount system
- Optical quality glass lenses for maximum clarity and light projection
- 100 Watt Halogen or 130 Watt Halogen Bulbs
- Precision polished and focused reflectors
- Two matching KC stone guards for added protection
- Complete pre-terminated wiring harness with illuminated switch and 40 amp relay
- Illustrated instructions for easy installation: Quick and easy with a KC pre-terminated wiring Harness (included in complete systems). The harness includes a heavy-duty relay along with an illuminated switch and is ready to plug into the lights leaving a professional factory appearance.
KC HiLiTES SlimLite Driving Lights #123, Complete Kit.
Beam patterns explained
What is the difference between driving lights, spot lights, fog lights, and flood lights?
Often referred to as fog lights, driving lights have a beam that is able to travel a longer distance, but not as wide. Driving lights perform best when used to supplement your high-beams. Or they may be aimed lower and supplement your low-beams.
Spot / Off-Road Lights
Spot lights are strictly for off-road usage due to their powerful, tight beam. Using an array of spot lights will offer more coverage by aiming them at slightly different angles.
Fog lights are generally mounted low on the vehicle such as the bumper or bumper grille. The light pattern is very wide, with a flat horizontal cutoff. When properly aimed, fog lights are the perfect complement to your low-beams. This is by far the most popular beam pattern and are installed on many vehicles from the factory - though there's always room for improvement by upgrading your existing fog lights.
Flood lights have a beam pattern that may be similar in width to a fog light, but the beam does not have a horizontal cutoff. Therefore they are also for off-road use only. As with spot lights, a mounting location high on the vehicle is ideal.
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|Price / Value||4.7|
|Ease of Installation||4.7|
|3 Customer Reviews|
Part #: KCH-123 Posted on
|Easy to install, bright, & look great.|