Recon BIG RIG LED Running Light Bar 26413X
- Amber Running Lights
- Can Also Serve as Turn Signals
- Ice Version Includes White Courtesy Lights
- Weatherproof Covering Protects Against the Elements
- Super Bright LED Bulbs
- 2 Sizes Available to Fit Most Trucks
Recon LED running lights are a great way to snag more attention and to be safer, either on the road or in a parking lot. These lights are called Big Rig by Recon since they run along the side of your truck's cab, just like the lights on a big rig.
The standard Big Rig running lights have 2 amber light bars that serve as running lights while your headlights are on and they also blink when activate your turn signal. Recon Lights also offers the Big Rig ICE running lights. THis kit has all the same features as the regular Big Rig kit with the added bonus of white LED courtesy lights! The ICE lights are activated whenever a door is opened or closed. Recon added this feature since they know how important safety is.
Recon makes the Big Rig running lights in 2 sizes to fit virtually any truck on the road. Recon has also gotten the approval of the NHTSA, making these running lights street legal in all 50 states.
These running lights come with easy do it yourself wiring instructions that any novice can follow, making them a perfect Saturday afternoon project.
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Each Recon Big Rig LED running light kit comes complete with all necessary mounting hardware for simple installation. Simple hand tools are all that’s required for installation.
This product offers an easy, at home installation. The installation manual is clear cut and easy to read. For additional information, please see the installation manual below. You may also call us toll free at 1-866-309-1907 or 701-253-5906.
|Recon LED Running Lights Installation Instructions|
|Recon LED Running Lights Big Rig Ice Installation Instructions Supplemental|
90 Day Warranty
All Recon lighting items are warranted by the manufacturer for a period of 90 days after the purchase date. All warranty claims must be accompanied by a proof of purchase.