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Vision X Backup Light Receiver w/ LED Lights

AmericanTrucks no longer carries the Vision X Backup Light Receiver w/ LED Lights.

Features & Details

  • Improves Visibility
  • Tow Hitch Light Mount
  • Machined 6061 Aluminum Construction
  • Black Powdercoat Finish
  • (2) Solo Pod LED Lights
  • 1000 Lumen per LED
  • Easy Installation
  • Fits All 2002-2019 Dodge RAM 1500s equipped with 2" Standard Receiver
Backup Light Mount. Backing up in your Dodge RAM can be tricky if you don't have a rear camera to help. Vision X has a great solution for poor or dull backup lightning with their Backup Light Receiver. Equipped with two LEDs on either side, this Vision X Receiver is an easy to install mount without drilling or modification necessary. Some minor wiring will be required with numerous ways to hook up the LEDs to your 2002-2019 Dodge RAM 1500.

Rugged Construction. The Vision X Backup Light Receiver is crafted from machined 6061 Aluminum for maximum light weight strength. Featuring a durable black powdercoat finish, this Vision X receiver not only looks great but has excellent corrosion resistance.

Improves Visibility. The high intensity 10-Watt LEDs not only great on your 2" receiver mount, they also improve your visibility as they are much brighter than your factory backup lights. This Backup Light Receiver with 1000 lumen LEDs are perfect when hooking up or backing up with a trailer.

Application. The Vision X Backup Light Receiver with Two LED Lights is designed to be used on any 2002-2019 Dodge RAM 1500s equipped with a standard 2" receiver.

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What's in the Box
  • (1) Backup Light Receiver
  • (2) LED Lights
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