6" Oval White Backup LED Light Box Housing Kit Trailer Truck RV TecNiq Maxxima (LBK6-WCL)

R & P Carriages

Regular price $98.99

Set of New 14 Gauge Steel Light boxes 

Part Number - LBK6-WCL

This kit includes:
2 - Welded 14 Gauge Light Mount Boxes (one left, one right) 

2 - 6" Oval TecNiq White LED Lights 
2 - 6" Light Mounted Rubber Grommets
2 - 3 Wire Seal Light Plug Pigtails
2 - 2" Round Maxxima White LED lights
2 - 2" Round Rubber Grommets
2 - 2 Wire Sealed Light Plug Pigtails

Light Box Specifications
- The Light Box enclosures are custom made for us to use on our trailers. They are heavy 14 Gauge Steel,
- Steel is formed to act as a full enclosures for the lights, with a 3/4" "lip" around the outside of the lights to protect them from impact or damage! (the number one cause of light failure on a trailer!)
- The holes in the lights are STANDARD 6" oval grommet mount lights, and 2" round grommet mount side marker lights, The LED lights are Standard size 6" oval and 2" round lights. Long Life LED, VERY BRIGHT!
- Can be mounted to the side, top or bottom of your trailer.
- We offer volume discounts if you need more than one set.
- Measure just under 4"x4"x9"   Hole size is 2.25" tall and 6.75" long, and 2.25" round.
- Hole that wires come through is .75" 

Lighting Specifications

2" Round Marker (M09100WCL)
  • Fits Standard Hole & Grommet
  • Polycarbonate Lens & Housing
  • Solid State Circuit Board
  • 100,000 Hour LED Life
  • LED's
  • 12.8 VDC, 60 ma

6" Oval Backup (T66-WCRT-1)

  • - Model T660 6" Oval Stop/Turn/Tail
    - Round lens optics increases mounting options
    - Sealed Automotive Grade Polycarbonate Lens
    - Operates on 12VDC @ .120mA
    - 100,000 Hour LEDs
    - Shock and Vibration Proof
    - Fully Potted Electronics
    - Limited Lifetime Warranty

    - Meets FMVSS 108 Requirements for Wide and Narrow Vehicles

Free Shipping (USA only)
We combine shipping, so other lights will ship for free also!

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Examples below of retrofit installations on older trailers:


Simple installation done on a old Utiltiy trailer that had the cheap Lights:

We just drilled two small holes in the back to line up with the original holes, and bolted on the new lights
Now we have a step to step up on the trailer!