ESTIMATED LEAD TIME ON ALL BED RACKS AND XBRS: AROUND 4-6 WEEKS
The Heretic 30" Curved LED light bar is the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to LED light bars. These high performance 6-series curved clear LED light bars are designed and manufactured in the USA, housed in CNC machined aircraft-grade aluminum, and outfitted with best-in-class circuit boards that allow temperature control and long-lasting light. The 30” Curved LED light bar is recommended for forward-facing applications in aftermarket roof racks, UTV roll cages, and behind the grille of trucks and SUVs. It is specifically designed to align with the curve of your vehicle or UTV and requires an aftermarket mount. This light bar is best for visibility on clear night conditions.
USA Patented 6061 CNC Aluminum Grade Billet Housing
(30) 6-watt CREE LED
IP68 rated Stainless Steel Mounts
Designed, Manufactured, Assembled, Supported, and Shipped in Centerville,Utah
Customize Your Beam Pattern: Combo, Spot, or Flood
Customize Your Bezel - Contact Heretic Studio
Parts Sold Separately
Aftermarket Mount for Roof Rack Attachment
Amber Lens Attachment
Shipping Weight: 5lbs Type: 30” LED Light Bar Housing: CNC Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Location: Roof, Bumper, Grille, Rack Light Color: White Lens Color: Clear Wattage: 180W Amp Draw at 13.8V: 17.9A Voltage: 9V-36V IP Rating: IP68 DIM (Light Only): L 31” x D 1.5” x H 2” DIM (Light W/ Bracket): L 32” x D 1.5” x H “2.4 Lumens: 21780 lm Lux At 10m:
Spot: 6188 lx
Flood: 1316 lx
Combo: 4239 lx
Spot: 618750 cd
Flood: 131625 cd
Combo: 423900 cd
Spot: 1573 m
Flood: 726 m
Combo: 1302 m
DOT Compliant: No Prop 65: No SAE/ECE: No
Typically forward-facing placement for UTV roll cages. Can be used on factory truck bumpers as well to match the curve of the vehicle. Amber lens for dusty and foggy conditions. Requires aftermarket mount.
When purchasing a bed rack from us, you will receive two packages with separate tracking numbers (one contains the extrusion bars, and the other contains various components and hardware).
Shipping will be determined by weight and your region.