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Pro Comp Explorer Lighting by 7" HID Light

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HID Off Road Lighting from Explorer Pro Comp will light your way with confidence and clarity. We took super bright High Intensity Discharge bulbs and packaged them in a rugged, high strength package to provide an efficient and powerful beam that can withstand the rigors of off road abuse. Explorer HID are fully self-contained, and include internal ballast, waterproof connections, and a multi-directional mounting base. Each light contains pre-terminated wiring harness, relay, impact resistant stone guards and illuminated dash switch. More light means better visibility and faster reaction times. Don't be left in the dark!
  • 35W HID bulb that produces blue-white light that is 300% brighter than a standard 55w halogen bulb
  • HID bulb provides 2500 hours life which is 500% longer than standard halogen bulb
  • Aluminum compound curve reflector engineered to provide maximum light output and durability
  • Integrated internal ballast for increased protection and easy installation
  • Includes two lens shields for added protection when lights are not in use
  • Includes IP68 water and dustproof quick connect terminal and extra-long, 4-foot harness for easy installation
  • High strength ABS outer housing for maximum resistance to impact and corrosion
  • Compact low-mass design for vibration resistance
  • Tempered clear glass lens for added strength and chip resistance
  • Pro Comp Promise Lifetime Warranty
Installation Notes
Installation Difficulty:
Level 2Intermediate
Installation Time: Less than an hour
Parts Included

HID Light
Clear & Amber Stone Guards
Wiring Harness

  • Light Pattern: Flood or Spot
  • Lighting Type: Round
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Part NumberCatalog #OptionPrice
967097006.0510Flood Pattern$105.99
967197006.0511Spot Beam$69.99
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