Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series Light Bars

Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series Light Bars


The Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series Light Bars produce an astonishing custom look for any car, truck, boat or rig.


  • Tough Alodine Coating That Withstands The Harshest Marine Environments
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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This linear light bar is the legendary flagship E-Series light bar treated to a gentle arc, creating a curve in a 20"-54"extruded aluminum housing and packed full of Rigid Industries Spot LED technology to produce an astonishing custom look for any car, truck, boat, or rig. The RDS LED light bar transforms the rectangular light bar Rigid Industries created, which became a phenomenon in 2006, to give this futuristic design sleekness and offer its customers an increased light spread. The world is curved, match it.

With the same design as the current RDS-Series, the Marine RDS-Series utilizes a tough alodine coating underneath the Seashell White powder coat to withstand even the harshest of marine environments

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Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series Light Bars 87221 M-RDS-Series Light Bar, 20" Spot
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Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series 30" Spot 87321 M-RDS-Series Light Bar, 30" Spot
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Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series 40" Spot 87421 M-RDS-Series Light Bar, 40" Spot
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Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series 50" Spot 87521 M-RDS-Series Light Bar, 50" Spot
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Rigid Industries M-RDS-Series 54" Spot 87621 M-RDS-Series Light Bar, 54" Spot
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