DECENT lighting is invaluable for off-roaders, whether it be to illuminate a freeway to avoid kamikaze kangaroos, light up a path on a night-time rock-crawling adventure, or just for scooting around town.
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Piranha Off Road Products understands this better than most, and it also knows that LED lighting has fast become the norm for light bars, headlights and driving lights.
So, it has created an LIDL3 LED wiring harness to help get those lights shining brighter, longer and wider.
“There are a multitude of ways to increase vision at night, from different globes, higher wattage globes and the like. However, they will only be as good as the wiring that carries the power to that globe,” said Alan Johnson, MD of Piranha.
“Traditionally, 4WDs and some cars had very poor halogen lighting, so we developed the Super Loom kit which introduced superior wiring and relays, which made the lights perform at their peak. From here we created driving light looms to get those lights firing at peak wattage as well.
“With the introduction of high output LED lighting the wiring was again the weak link, so we developed an LED-specific wiring loom which still incorporates a relay and gives vehicle owners the ability to easily mount their light bars pretty much anywhere on the vehicle, as the loom has been manufactured with extra length.”
The Australian-made loom, including a 40amp relay, will set you back $65. A range of switches to suit various vehicles can also be purchased.