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Rigid SR-Q PRO Black Flush Mount LED Lights

Product Information
List Price:
$162.57 - $520.95
Our Price:
$136.99 - $438.99
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      • Manufactured from a durable cast aluminum housing with rear cooling fins
      • Black powder coating for durability
      • Durable polycarbonate lens
      • Features patented hybrid optics
      • 50,000+ hour LED lifespan
      • Mounting bracket, hardware, switch and plug and play harness included
      • Designed, engineered and assembled in the USA – Gilbert, AZ

      Rigid Industries, the leader in off-road LED lighting, has designed another amazing light to fit your automotive needs. The new SR-Q PRO Series LED lights take technology and experience from other Rigid LED lines, namely the D-Series, and improves on the design to fit in more tight areas.

      The SR-Q PRO is quickly being recognized as one of the most versatile lighting products on the market, and it doesn't take long to see why. Featuring Rigid's legendary build quality, an aluminum housing, polycarbonate lenses, oversized rear heat sinks, durable black powder coat finish and custom-molded rubber seals, these lights can handle whatever you can throw at them. And, if by some freak act of nature, one of these lights fails, Rigid has you covered with a lifetime warranty. Still not convinced? What if I told you they designed a whole new hybrid optic for this light? These optics are the most powerful and efficient LEDs on the market now. They did this utilizing a combination of lens and reflector to capture the maximum amount of light coming from the LED and pointing it exactly where you want it.

      With all the benefits of the SR-Q PRO and all the different configurations available, it really makes the decision easy. The only question is which one will work best for you.

      Beam patterns explained


      Truck lighting beam patterns (side-view)
      Truck lighting beam patterns (top-view)



      What is the difference between driving lights, spot lights, fog lights, and flood lights?

      Driving 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

      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

      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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      California Residents: Prop 65 Warning


      Limited Lifetime Warranty

      Even though Rigid builds their lights to the highest quality standards, stuff happens, and when it does Rigid Industries covers you with their lifetime warranty.




      The SR-Q series lights come with everything needed to install them to your vehicle. If you are a just a little handy with tools and wiring, these are a simple install. They even come with instructions! If you are not handy with tools or are afraid of death by electrocution, consult your local off-road or custom shop.