Grote Industries' debuted a new LED arrow turn signal lamp. The large, bright amber LED arrow signal lamp gives drivers of vehicles following tankers and other trailers crucial, extra time to notice t...
Grote Industries’ debuted a new LED arrow turn signal lamp. The large, bright amber LED arrow signal lamp gives drivers of vehicles following tankers and other trailers crucial, extra time to notice them making a turn. Because the lamp is a long-lasting, shock-resistant LED, it is designed to stand up to the punishment of long, over-the-road hauling. More information can be found at www.grote.com.
• Truck-Lite has expanded its line of 33 Series products, offering high and low intensity auxiliary lamps in six different colours. As auxiliary lamps, the 33 Series of lamps were not required to meet any output standards, but were designed for creative and appearance applications. Just like Truck-Lite’s current 33 Series Mini-Marker, these lamps require a standard 3/4″ drill for mounting both the grommet or flange versions. The expanded 33 Series will offer a variety of applications such as interior of cab, walkways, glove boxes, interior of trailers and exterior auxiliary for show lighting if mounted on a separate switch. The expansion offers colours in red, amber, green, blue, purple, and white, all in both high and low intensity. Further information can be obtained at www.truck-lite.com.
• Peterson’s latest addition to its Piranha LED line employs unique optics that creates a 3D tunnel effect when lighted. The new 179 Series 3D LED is available in both amber and red versions. Designed for accessory use only, the new light offers striking ways to illuminate and beautify such big rig and custom trailer features as stainless steel air cleaners, headache racks, bumpers, door panels and running boards. More information is available at www.pmlights.com. •
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