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blogger-image-1465229666.jpgRigid Industries Dually Side Shooter

One of Rigidâs most versatile, compact lighting solutions just got better with the D-SS, Dually Side Shooter LED cube. Perfect for any application that requires a wide spread beam, including A-Pillars, Fog Lights, and motorcycle applications. The D-SS cube incorporates the same powerful optics and legendary LED technology as Rigidâs popular D-Series lights but with the added benefit of additional LEDs aimed to the side for a much broader beam. The D-SS fixtures boast up to 120-degrees of horizontal lighting coverage when used in pairs or when used in the single light applications. The main forward-facing LEDs are available with Rigidâs advanced Flood, Spot, or Driving optics, so thereâs a D-SS lighting solution for nearly any application. The D-SS LED lights are available in pairs with three side-shooting LEDs on one side of each fixture, or in single applications with a pair of side-shooting LEDs on both sides of the fixture. Only Rigid provides a broad, powerful lighting solution in such a compact package.

blogger-image-884226002.jpgRigid Industries Dually Side Shooter with a-pillar mount

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