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Just wondering I anybody knows of a diffused, flush mount led 2x2 or equivalent size offroad light I could use in my rear bumper. I've tried HID reverse lights but they just didn't penetrate my tinted tails like I expected. Looking to put 2 flush mount led pods in my rear bumper as reverse lights. Just seeing of any cheaper options exist than the rigid dually d2. Thanks for any help in advance.


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I've looked into knock off Rigid LEDs before. A company called Aurora is supposed to make an almost exact copy for considerably less $$$. There are some other companies that make them too but Aurora is supposed to be the best LED for the money from what I've read.


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Rigid's seem to be quality but they're not cheap. There's a handsome margin in there ready for someone to come in and undercut.
 

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We use a couple of the driving lights and a couple light bars and have had no issues on our airboat and they're nice...we used the spot type but you could use the floods for backup lights...they have a flush mount set further down the page and at one third the price of duallys...1 year free replacement and lifetime warranty on defects...good guy to work with...good luck


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I have the rigid reg d series defused as back up lights and them wired to a relay and switch so I can turn on whenever I want or come on when truck goes in reverse. I love them. And if u have a back up camera makes it even better. I'll try and take a pic and post it. I paid $159 shipped to my door for a pair from serious off .com. Just email them and they will quote u with in that day
 

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Thanks guys. Keep em coming. I do have a backup cam so that's why I'm looking for a good quality light. I'm just a cheap ass and don't wanna pay $200 for the duallys.


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Same here. The saltrivers look wicked nice too but will still run 200+. I know you get what you pay for and they have the lifetime warranty ... But I can't pull the trigger.
Let's see some cheap ones that work!

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