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Light Mount - Black, Direct Fit
Part Number: RB42437
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Notes : Contains (1) Headlamp Retainer, (1) Head Lamp Mount, and (4) ScrewsSeries : Help SeriesColor/Finish : BlackWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : KitProp 65 Warning :

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Light Mount Guides

How to Buy the Right Light Mount for Your Car

If you often drive in the dark, consider upgrading your vehicle's lighting system starting with the light mount. This accessory lets you add lights on your SUV or pickup truck without the need to remove the original lights. Each mount can carry at least two lights, which will brighten up your path even more. This is perfect for off-road adventurers who often go through the woods and other isolated locations that don't have street lights. Because there are many different types of light mounts in the market, it's important to know what they are so you will have an easier time finding the one that you need.

What light mounts are made of

When shopping for a light mount, one factor you'll need to consider is its main material. It is usually made of steel, nylon composite, aluminum, and billet aluminum. Steel light mounts are harder and stronger and are less likely to corrode and rust. However, aluminum is better than steel. Aside from being less likely to rust just like the other metal, aluminum tends to be lighter and lasts longer than steel. Meanwhile, the billet aluminum is cheaper compared to conventional aluminum and is also stronger in structure. Lastly, nylon composite materials have good heat resistance, so they can have several bright lights on them without melting. Nylon composites also tend to be cheaper than the other materials.

Where to install the light mount

The light mount does not only have a variety of materials, but it's also available in different types, depending on where on your vehicle you want to put it up. For example, the bar clamp is for supporting one light and mounting it on a horizontal or vertical bar that's already installed on your truck. Meanwhile, the A-pillar mount is usually installed above the windshield. Placing the light this high maximizes the area lighting particularly when you're off-roading at a high speed. It's also great for spotlight and floodlight applications.

Other things to consider

Before going out to buy a light mount, you should decide on where you want to install it. It can be on the front bumper, the lower windshield, or above the windshield. Aside from the material and type, light mounts also come in different colors, but primarily in black and white. Of course, choosing the color depends on your taste and preference and how good it will look on your vehicle. The finish can be powder coated, textured, or just plain. Also, not every light mount can fit on every vehicle. You need to pay attention on whether the item you are looking at is universal fit for any car or direct fit for a certain model. Lastly, when choosing a light mount, find out how to install it before you buy it, or you'll end up stuck with a component you can't use.

A light mount is a great addition to your vehicle, not just for making your SUV or pickup truck look better but also for improving your driving experience. By getting the perfect mount for your car, you can be sure that you'll have a brightly lit path ahead of you.

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