Gen 3 Limited Quantity Rigid Fog Light Deal.. (While supplies last)

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We were able to secure a limited amount of the Rigid Fog Kit 41610 which Rigid is discontinuing because they replaced their old model SAE light that comes with the kit with their new PRO model SAE. Other than that, the rest of the kit is current. It has a pair of Driving Pro lights as well as a pair of Flood.

Now, this kit was designed for a 17-20 Raptor. However, the only thing that makes that specific are the main brackets. We got these at such a great deal, we wanted to pass that deal along to YOU. So we opened up the limitations and are letting you swap out some pieces! Again, the Driving and flood lights are the same current models that cost $659.18 alone. Just for the 2 pairs of lights. The entire kit though is only $574. That includes those lights, the SAE lights which are still just fine. They just released a new model. Additional top mount brackets which you would want and the Raptor mounts which wouldn't do you any good.

So, we put together a selection to trade out those F-150 Raptor brackets for a set of our Gen 3 Raptor Brackets. You can also add our plug n play harness and for those who really want the new SAE lights... you can still get those as a trade up as well! To showcase what a deal this is, we put together some charts. Hopefully these showcase how much you are saving.

A Gen 3 Kit here can be purchased starting for $700, So its a big discount.

Rigid still has a lifetime warranty on their lights too!

These are very limited, so don't wait to long.

Here is a link to the selectable kits on our site-


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Is there any rule of thumb as to the placement of the SAE lights? Meaning are they normally placed on the outside or inside of the bracket?
 
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Is there any rule of thumb as to the placement of the SAE lights? Meaning are they normally placed on the outside or inside of the bracket?
Not really. It's just personal preference really. The only one that may be a little more specific would be a spot. That one would probably be best suited for the inside or outside corners due to its narrow beam.
 

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I got in on this deal and couldn't be happier. It's a great balance of light options that fit my needs and the price was great. I was able to keep my SAE light on the OEM fog switch and run to other two lights to the upfitter switches, so the Virginia Safety inspector can't give me chit about too many lights on the vehicle.

I love the custom harnesses that you guys do. It really makes installation a breeze.
 
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I got in on this deal and couldn't be happier. It's a great balance of light options that fit my needs and the price was great. I was able to keep my SAE light on the OEM fog switch and run to other two lights to the upfitter switches, so the Virginia Safety inspector can't give me chit about too many lights on the vehicle.

I love the custom harnesses that you guys do. It really makes installation a breeze.
Thanks for all the kind words and support!

John
 
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