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I’d like to introduce you to our newest product from ACCESS® Roll-Up Cover: the ACCESS™ 39” Back-Up LED Light.



The ACCESS™ 39" Back-Up LED Light gives you a better view of the things behind you and gives people a clear signal that you are backing up. Whether you're using rear-view mirrors or a back-up camera, the extra light helps you see more of what's behind your truck.

This light is simple to wire off of your stock reverse lights or in any other location on a vehicle. You can install it on a headache rack and wire it to the truck’s external dome lamp, or install it inside a truck cap and wire it into the interior lights so it comes on automatically when the truck cap opens.



To attach this light to most any smooth, clean surface, you just peel off the backing and stick it in place with the included 3M adhesive.

I installed this light on my own truck recently. It was a very simple install, and my wife was even impressed by the amount of light it produces. I really like the extra light whenever I’m backing up.

If you’re interested in adding a light to your truck, you can order them direct from us, or from our retailers.
 

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Hey @philcam, post if you ever get this. I wonder how easy it is to connect the wires.
 

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I’d like to introduce you to our newest product from ACCESS® Roll-Up Cover: the ACCESS™ 39” Back-Up LED Light.



The ACCESS™ 39" Back-Up LED Light gives you a better view of the things behind you and gives people a clear signal that you are backing up. Whether you're using rear-view mirrors or a back-up camera, the extra light helps you see more of what's behind your truck.

This light is simple to wire off of your stock reverse lights or in any other location on a vehicle. You can install it on a headache rack and wire it to the truck’s external dome lamp, or install it inside a truck cap and wire it into the interior lights so it comes on automatically when the truck cap opens.



To attach this light to most any smooth, clean surface, you just peel off the backing and stick it in place with the included 3M adhesive.

I installed this light on my own truck recently. It was a very simple install, and my wife was even impressed by the amount of light it produces. I really like the extra light whenever I’m backing up.

If you’re interested in adding a light to your truck, you can order them direct from us, or from our retailers.
I'm wondering about access to the spare-tire port,looks like it's covered up:confused:
 

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Philcam: Are you talking about a cloth headliner? Or a more smooth surface?

The adhesive works best with smooth surfaces like painted metal or plastic.
 

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Philcam: Are you talking about a cloth headliner? Or a more smooth surface?

The adhesive works best with smooth surfaces like painted metal or plastic.
Yes, cloth headliner. A local topper dealer is installing them over the cloth headliner and claim they are not having issues with the adhesive failing.
 

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I've installed them on cloth before. It takes a bit of effort, but it's certainly doable. It just depends on how careful and how good of a job you do.

Yes, cloth headliner. A local topper dealer is installing them over the cloth headliner and claim they are not having issues with the adhesive failing.
 
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