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Golight HID 12V Stryker Searchlights

Golight HID 12V Stryker Searchlights

Description

The Golight HID 12V Stryker Searchlight eliminates the need for running a wiring harness.

Features

  • 1 Mile Effective Beam Distance
  • Wireless Remote Controlled Operation
  • 370 Degree Rotation X 135 Degree Tilt
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$749.00
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$619.98
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Details

  • Retrofits Available
  • Quick Start Up Time
  • Integrated 12V DC High-Torque Motors
  • Weatherproof for Land and Sea Applications
  • Waterproof Remote Transmitters
  • R.F. Programmable Super Heterodyne Receiver



Revolutionary Installation Features:

  • Exclusive Wireless Dash-Mount Remote Option
  • Innovative Mounting Plate with Clamping Interphase
  • Saves Time with a Simple, Two-Step Installation

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Golight HID 12V Stryker Searchlights 30511 HID 12V Stryker Searchlight, Wireless Handheld Remote, Black
$619.98
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Golight HID Stryker Searchlight 12V w/ Wireless Handheld Remote - White 30001 HID 12V Stryker Searchlight, Wireless Handheld Remote, White
$619.98
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Golight HID Stryker Searchlight 12V w/ Wireless Handheld Remote - Chrome 30061 HID 12V Stryker Searchlight, Wireless Handheld Remote, Chrome
$649.00
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