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We are now accepting pre-orders for the flush-mount Dually and D2 lights.

These will be available by the end of the month. They are going to be $379.99 per pair for the D2's and $222.99 for the Duallys.

We are taking pre-orders now, if you would like to order a set PM me and I will get you set up! Here's a video of what they will look like!

Rigid Industries D-Series Flush Mount Install - YouTube
 

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thats a sick idea. those would be perfect mounted in my rear bumper... man im glad i waited... :D
 

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that was what i was thinking... :D
 

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With the flush mount, is there any way to secure them from theft? Four screws later and my super $$$ lights are gone... I do like the look of the flush mount better though.
 

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With the flush mount, is there any way to secure them from theft? Four screws later and my super $$$ lights are gone... I do like the look of the flush mount better though.
I would think with some red loctite it would be nearly impossible for the would-be thief to get away with these lights without taking his time or being seen.
 

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How do you adjust the aim of the light?
 

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You cannot adjust the aim of the light. The aim depends on what it's being mounted to so you have to plan accordingly. In the rear bumper, since it's flat these will really do well
 

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as for aiming.... you might be able to shim a little bit...???
 

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Awesome! i was also trying to think of a good way to turn my duallys into reverse lights, because they arent bright enough in the front (compared to my d2s)
 

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it looks like the flush mounting plate is attached to the d-series using the front screws (that hold on the lens cover)
I already have duallys that i want to switch to my rear bumper as reverse lights, is there a way that i can just order the front plates to turn my duallys into flush mounts?
 

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it looks like the flush mounting plate is attached to the d-series using the front screws (that hold on the lens cover)
I already have duallys that i want to switch to my rear bumper as reverse lights, is there a way that i can just order the front plates to turn my duallys into flush mounts?
There might be an option, let me check on Monday and give you a call. I would guess it would be right around $30 for the pair of flanges
 

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Unfortunately the bezels are not sold separately. It's all done in house and the flush mount bezels need to be sealed properly in order to work correctly. Sorry guys!
 

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Yeah and if you're going to be using them as a reverse light we strongly recommend the diffusion lens!
Could i get a pic of the two side by side or something to tell what lens will work best for me. Love that i dont need to drop 3g's on a back bumper to get good looking lights for backing up
 

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Here are two comparison shots. These are from an FJ Cruiser in the rear bumper. First picture is with flood and the second picture is with diffusion.

99.99% of the time I would recommend the diffusion, unless you are needing to light up anything past 25'. If you are just hooking up a trailer or backing up like usual, the diffusion beam is definitely the best.
 

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