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We are proud to offer our Spartan Series CREE LED reverse light kit for your 2009-14 Ford F150! Have you ever gone to back up your F150 to park, hook up a trailer or load cargo and found the OEM lighting to be too inefficient to help? That won't be a problem anymore! The Spartan series kit is easy to install and will light up the night automatically whenever your truck goes into reverse! Custom hardware along with our heavy braid IP68 custom harness are included! Beware of cheap imitations and equip your F150 with the very best!
- What's Included
- Two (2) Spartan CREE LED High-Intensity Light Bars
- Heavy-duty F150 mounts with swivel grooves
- Custom heavy braid dual light wiring harness with fuse protection & IP68 weatherproof round connectors. Wiring custom cut to the needed length on your F150.
- All hardware bolts, nuts, washers, etc needed for install. Custom blacked out application applied.
- Zip ties
- Quick splice connectors
- More Details
Our Premium F150 CREE LED REVERSE Light Bars are custom designed for your F-150 and are built to the highest standards with F150 owners in mind. Hey, that's us! We own F150's too! Our trucks are equipped with the best, and that's what we are offering you here. Waterproof, shock-resistant, and ultra-bright our Spartan Series CREE reverse lights kits come with all the wiring, custom mounting brackets/hardware and our F150LEDs guarantee! These F150 LED bars will light up your night! Installation is a breeze when using all of our custom hardware and plug and play adapters!
- 12 CREE XTE 5W LED Chips per Spartan Light.
- 6 primary facing LED chips with 3 side facing LEDs on left and right
- Full IP 68 weatherproof construction.
- Aluminum die-cast housing with blacked-out hardware, reflector cap & mounts.
- Custom harness includes heat and tear-resistant braid, inline fuse, heavy-duty IP68 connectors, and the length is custom cut.
Our Spartan CREE Reverse LED Bar Kit goes perfectly with your Ford F150 Raptor. Whenever your truck goes into reverse the world lights up behind you! The light is pure white at approx 6000k and puts out a lot of Lumen power. They are easy to install and ship fast! Don't stay in the dark, Its time for you to Stand out and Shine Brighter! Order your F150 CREE LED REVERSE BARS from F150LEDs.com today!
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F150 Road Warrior
The Spartan Series Cree Led Reverse Bar kit lights are awesome. Easy to install and super bright. However, the mounting bracket can be a problem. F150Led.com sent me better brackets and now I want to buy more for my other toys.
Lights up the entire rear area
I love them. They definitely light up the rear of your vehicle. I think the only negative is the lack of installation instructions. You have to watch the videos. Unfortunately they have modified the mounting bracket but haven’t updated the video. And they never give advice on how to route your wiring harnesses. Once you figure the mounting bracket and decide how to route the wires the installation is pretty straight forward. My tail lights are different then the installation video. I have a single plug so I had to do a quick web search on which wire in the loom was my backup light. The quick adapters made it a breeze to wire. I was concerned about running the truck through the automatic car wash but after a few times through all is good. I definitely would recommend them to others.
Very bright, high quality materials
Installed these on my '21 F150. Worked great, VERY bright! All materials were high quality.
F250 Reverse Lights
I had to adjust the supplied brackets to make them fit the actual lights but the lights work great and very bright. I wanted the lights to come on with the reverse lights but also wanted the option to turn them off if I needed so I used an upfitter switch and added a relay.
CREE LED reverse lights
These lights are well constructed, heavy and super bright. Installation was easy. The only thing that I did differently that from the instructions was that I made and used a ship to level the lights out horizontally. Mounted as instructed, they were angled a bit and my OCD didn’t like that!