Sprinter Van off road lighting
Sprinter Van off road lighting

On trips to vastly different climates, you’ll end up crossing desert plans with 80mph stretches of nothingness and mountain passes with active wildlife. The 8000 Lumen Code 4 Monster 7in pod lights ensure you don’t out-drive your stock lights … even with factory LEDs and projector lights — a nearly 9k GVWR vehicle needs distances to stop outside of the range of light these factory options can provide.

If your light’s aren’t spotting mule deer and other large game on the move, you might be putting that fancy front end to work.

The Code 4 LED Monsters look great on bull bar bumpers and expedition style roof racks — the possibilities are endless. We’ve mounted them on CAtuned Sprinter Van front bumpers, Aluminess Sprinter Van bumpers, and plenty more. They’re an economical way to add the Baja-style lighting to the front end of your camper van.

In this video, featuring Winnebago Revel upgrades, we placed 7in Code 4 Monsters on the front bumper. It’s 90 watts of power,  easily lights up distant objects at speed, and went for the Code 4 5in Amber LED pod lights on the roof rack. The lower wattage of the 5in prevent reflection from falling snow flakes, and the Amber color keeps eye fatigue in check when driving distances in dark winter months.

Code 4 Amber lights at night in snow

The amber color supposedly does not attract flying insects, unlike standard white light… could this mean less insect splatter when traveling 🤔🤔 Sounds like an excuses to drive to Alaska and do a side-by-side — amber vs. clear bug-splatter analysis.

When we install these lights on sprinter vans, we often use the Agile Off Road Switches for a factory fit and finish. If you’re going to use the provided switch form Code 4, it attaches to the dash anywhere convenient via double-sided tape. The switch features two tactile, rubber coated push buttons — one for high beam, and one for low beam. Small LED indicators on the switch let you know the which lights are on. Green for low, and red for high. The wiring harness comes with every thing needed to run the lights, including ring terminals and relays.

In addition to lighting up the trail, these lights have a low-light mode that makes your vehicle more visible.

Winnebago Revel Lights

7 inch Lights on the low beam mode for highway driving

Features:

  • Power: 90w
  • Voltage: 12-24v
  • Lumen: 8000LM
  • Color Temp: 6500K
  • Working Temp: Work Temperature: -40°C ~ 70°C
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy and Polycarbonate Lens

If you have any questons, reach out to us here, or have some fun and break our balls over in the live chat. 🤤🤤

Code 4 7in 90W Monster LED Light, Single

$338.00

7 inch Monster Pod light for Offroad Vehicle

7 inch Monster Pod light for Offroad Vehicle

Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 6 in
Color

Clear, Amber

Brand

Code 4 7in 90W Monster LED Light, Single

On trips to vastly different climates, you’ll end up crossing desert plans with 80mph stretches of nothingness and mountain passes with active wildlife. The 8000 Lumen Code 4 Monster 7in pod lights ensure you don’t out-drive your stock lights … even with factory LEDs and projector lights — a nearly 9k GVWR vehicle needs distances to stop outside of the range of light these factory options can provide.

If your light’s aren’t spotting mule deer and other large game on the move, you might be putting that fancy front end to work.

The Code 4 LED Monsters look great on bull bar bumpers and expedition style roof racks — the possibilities are endless. We’ve mounted them on CAtuned Sprinter Van front bumpers, Aluminess Sprinter Van bumpers, and plenty more. They’re an economical way to add the Baja-style lighting to the front end of your camper van.

In this video, featuring Winnebago Revel upgrades, we placed 7in Code 4 Monsters on the front bumper. It’s 90 watts of power,  easily lights up distant objects at speed, and went for the Code 4 5in Amber LED pod lights on the roof rack. The lower wattage of the 5in prevent reflection from falling snow flakes, and the Amber color keeps eye fatigue in check when driving distances in dark winter months.

Code 4 Amber lights at night in snow

The amber color supposedly does not attract flying insects, unlike standard white light… could this mean less insect splatter when traveling 🤔🤔 Sounds like an excuses to drive to Alaska and do a side-by-side — amber vs. clear bug-splatter analysis.

When we install these lights on sprinter vans, we often use the Agile Off Road Switches for a factory fit and finish. If you’re going to use the provided switch form Code 4, it attaches to the dash anywhere convenient via double-sided tape. The switch features two tactile, rubber coated push buttons — one for high beam, and one for low beam. Small LED indicators on the switch let you know the which lights are on. Green for low, and red for high. The wiring harness comes with every thing needed to run the lights, including ring terminals and relays.

In addition to lighting up the trail, these lights have a low-light mode that makes your vehicle more visible.

Winnebago Revel Lights

7 inch Lights on the low beam mode for highway driving

Features:

  • Power: 90w
  • Voltage: 12-24v
  • Lumen: 8000LM
  • Color Temp: 6500K
  • Working Temp: Work Temperature: -40°C ~ 70°C
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy and Polycarbonate Lens

If you have any questons, reach out to us here, or have some fun and break our balls over in the live chat. 🤤🤤

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