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Heise HE-RGBW1-W17 17" LED Wheel Light Set IP68 For RGBW-CB1
Heise is launching new LED light kits to dress up your ride. Our new RGB and RGBW wheel light kits boast sturdy metal frames that are lined on two sides with IP68 rated LEDs that will give the bright glow needed to highlight custom rims. The new chasing LED wheel lights for those who want to go wild with moving patterns. You have a choice from 16 million colors and 170+ pre-made pattern effects controllable via app for your smartphone or tablet or included remote.
NOTE: Vehicles that have a wheel base over 144 inches, will need extension cables. Order one RGBW1-EXT for each side.
- (4) Durable anodized aluminum wheel rings
- RGB + true white LEDs
- Double-sided LED strips that will vibrantly light up the vehicle's wheels
- (3) Sizes available: 14” , 15.5” , 17”
- Mounts to OE disc brake shield
- Uses Metra RGBW-CB1 (Sold Separately)
- All anodized aluminum and stainless steel hardware are included for a long-lasting installation
- Thread locking adhesive included for a worry-free installation
- Water-resistant Heise connectors
- 1 year limited warranty
Compatible with the following parts: (sold separately)
- Rock lights
- Wheel Rings
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