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Truck-Lite offers Flex-Lite LED lighting products

March 29, 2010
Truck-Lite Co Inc has released a line of LED lighting products that allow for flexible mounting, without the need for additional accessories and with versatile wire options.

Truck-Lite Co Inc has released a line of LED lighting products that allow for flexible mounting, without the need for additional accessories and with versatile wire options.

Named the Flex-Lite, the new line features two new thermoplastic housing designs, letting a flexible mounting surface be molded directly around the lens. The design of the “winged” version allows for an array of mounting options and is ideal on the corner radius for trailer and body applications.

Truck-Lite’s “non-winged” version provides versatility to immediately replace failed lamps without tools or additional parts and an ability to cover holes left behind from initial installation.

Manufactured with a specially engineered peel-and-stick adhesive backing, the lamps are affixed to the surface with a heavy-duty adhesive designed to hold up to weather and impact while maintaining a strong hold. The adhesive backing has been tested against pressure washing and other elements, offering a permanent installation that’s simple.

Available with both a rear-exit and side-exit wiring housing style, the lamps allow for both installation without a wiring feed hole (for installation against any flat surface), as well as a clean installation with power and ground wires feeding into the vehicle or trailer body.

The small, low-profile design of the Flex-Lite lamps is resistant to damage from impact and heat entrapment. Since it protrudes less than ½" from the vehicle, it is a superior option along narrow mounting rails, above loading doors, or wherever space is at a premium.

More information can be found at www.truck-lite.com.

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