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We offer a lot of different lighting options for your needs (or wants:D) at great prices and with great service. Thanks for checking us out :beer:

Please visit our website SideTracked Offroad for more info and additional pictures, or shoot us a PM, post up or stop by if your local.

If you are looking for a light that isn't shown here, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Tracker Series Lights:

Tracker Series lights use 3w CREE LEDs. They have an 8* spot pattern and a 90* flood pattern. Tracker series light bars mount off the end caps. Have a poycarbonate lens, are IP67 rated for water and dust and have a 1 year warranty.

6" - 50" Dual Row Light bars:

6" Dual Row Light Bar (36w) - $80
. 12 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen:2640
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Spot/Flood/Combo
. Dimensions:7.5 inch


12" Dual Row Light Bar (72w) - $160
. 24 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen:5280
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Spot/Flood/Combo
. Dimensions:13.5 inch


20" Dual Row Light Bar (120w) - $220
. 40 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen: 8800
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Combo / Spot / flood
. Dimensions:21.5 inch


30" Dual Row Light Bar (180w) - $320
. 60 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen: 13200
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Combo / Spot
. Dimensions:31.5 inch


40" Dual Row Light bar (240w) - $410
. 80 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen: 17600
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Combo / Spot
. Dimensions:41.5 inch


50" Dual Row Light Bar (288w) - $500
. 96 3w CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen: 21120
. Operating Voltage: 10-30 DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Body Color: Black
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Housing: Diecast aluminum
. Lens material: Poly Carbonate (Lexan)
. Mounting Bracket: Aluminum
. Beam pattern: Combo / Spot (8*)
. Dimensions:50 inch
 

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Tracker Series Pods:

2x2 Tracker Pod (12W) - $40
. 4 3w high intensity CREE LEDs
. Raw Lumen: 1080
. Operating Voltage: 10-30V DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Current draw:1.0 @12V,0.5A @24V
. Color Temperature: 6000K
. Material: Diecast aluminum housing
. Lens material: PMMA
. Mounting Bracket: Stainless Steel
. Dimensions: 3"x3.15"
. Optional Beam:
- Flood beam pattern (90 degree)
- Spot beam pattern (8 degree)
. Replacement colored lenses available (blue, red, green, yellow, amber) - $3


2x2 Flush Mount Tracker Pod (12W) - $55
. 4 3W Cree LEDs,
. 1080 Lumens
. Operating Voltage: 9-36V DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Current draw: 1A @12V
. Optional Beam:
- Flood beam pattern

 

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Rock lights/mini pods - $25

Single 10W LED puts out 1000 lumens at 1A

40* Flood pattern

measure about 2.5x2.5x2.5" outside dimensions

Work great as backup lights also
 

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Got a couple new lighting options coming soon, will get some pics and more info up shortly.

Single row bars with 10W LEDs, have higher lumen rating and draw less power than the comparable sized dual row 3W bars.

Also got some new pod options coming.
 

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Couple new pods now in stock:

Tracker HD pods:

These lights are no joke, very bright and weigh in at 6 lbs a piece. A single HD pod has a higher lumen rating and lower amp draw than a 12" dual row bar with 3w LEDs.

- 60W
- 6x10W CREE LEDs
- 6000 lumens
- 5.4A @ 12V
- Overall dimensions are ~ 6.5"H x 5.5"W x 5"D
- Polycarbonate lens
- IP68
- 10* Spot or 90* Flood pattern (diffused lens)

Introductory price - $110 each.
 

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PM sent

thanks!
 

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Interested in pics of the tracker HD pods light throw, both spot and beam.
Here are some pics of the HD pods

first two are the spot pattern, third is the flood.
 

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Looks good, by chance any colored lenses for the Tracker HD pods?
Shouldn't be a problem to get some colored lenses for these. The 10w LEDs are quite a bit more powerful than the 4 watters so they may overpower the lens a bit. I'll get some made next week and try it out though.

What color(s) would you like to see?

Thanks
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Very impressed. Will be ordering the mini pods as back up lights. Any pictures on how the mini single led pods mount?

Any pictures of the tracker pods in spot output? I'm curious how far they shine. Would they add any distance if you already have a 30" bar?

-Curtis-
 

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Very impressed. Will be ordering the mini pods as back up lights. Any pictures on how the mini single led pods mount?

Any pictures of the tracker pods in spot output? I'm curious how far they shine. Would they add any distance if you already have a 30" bar?

-Curtis-
They have a u bracket and then attach with a single bolt.

The regular tracker pods wont add any distance to a 30", I'll try it out with the HD pods and see if they do.
 

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I am interested in two of the "2x2 Flush Mount Tracker Pod (20W) - $75" for reverse lights. Can I see a picture of them in a flood pattern, or is it similar to the minipods? Also, looks like you had a diffused lens on the HD pod...can you get that on the flush mounts? I've seen pictures of Rigid flush mounts with diffused lens, but if these are comparable, they are about $50 cheaper/light, so you'll have my money.

Last question is can you give me the dimensions or templates of the cutouts for the flush mount pods? I've got existing lights in my rear bumper that suck, but the bumper face is about 4", so I could enlarge the holes to fit a larger light as long as the flange is less than 4" top to bottom.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Pm sent. I'll have those dimensions for you shortly.

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Tracker Series Pods

2x2 Flush Mount Tracker Pod (20W) - $75
. 4 5W Olson LEDs,
. 2200 Lumens
. Operating Voltage: 9-36V DC
. Waterproof rate: IP 67
. Current draw: 1A @12V
. Optional Beam:
- Flood beam pattern
- Spot beam pattern
. Also available in Amber
Morgan, you asked for a couple pictures and an eval of the 2x2 flush mount Trackers.



Old lights in bumper
Koz Off Road, Inc - Catalog

Shipping was fast and the lights were well packaged. I was pleased to see that they came with a relay, plenty of wire, switch, sealing gasket and some weatherpack knock off connectors that were really pretty decent. All the hardware was stainless steel and where used the nuts were elastic stop nuts, good stuff.

Even though they are marketed as flush mounts there was still a mounting bracket. An allen wrench and they were removed for my application.

Unfortunately the lights at about 3 inches deep were still to deep to fit the recess in the bumper. Used a mill and whacked about 3/8`s of an inch off the cooling fins (does this effect my warranty ? :laughing:) in the back.

After removing the 6 small allen heads around the lens I liked the mechanical lip seal that was cast into the 2 pieces.

Traced the OD and cut and drilled for the mounting holes. Powdercoated the flat stock. Drilled and tapped the bumper and wired them up. The supplied wire leads were way to long for my needs so I shortened them. The wire itself was a royal PITA to work with. It has a heavy outer jacket. Delicate work to cut through the insulation without damaging the conductor wires. Doable but you gotta be careful.

I did not like the supplied allen head bolts that held the lens cover so I used 1/4 inch pan head socket bolts. Looks a lot better IMO.

The light output was great. Nice wide beam with good sharp edges. Lights up the whole driveway and inside the garage while backing up from the curb.

I am sure that someone at the mall will find them obnoxiously bright even in the day time.

Thanks for a good product.
 

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Thanks for the detailed review! That's very good feedback.

Oh yeah, no problem about the warranty, you're good :)
 
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