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Rear Footwell LED Light Kit Add-On

Get the look and feel of a modern luxury vehicle. Footwell lighting gives a sense of spaciousness and comfort while providing illumination to the darkest areas. Adding light to both the rear driver and passenger footwell areas is easy with a VLEDS rear footwell kit!

IMPORTANT! Requires a VLEDS front footwell kit. See recommended products below.

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$48.88 $57.50

5000K NATURAL WHITE 5500K PURE WHITE 6000K COOL WHITE Aqua Blue Red Coral Pink
KEY FEATURES
SPECIFICATIONS
WHAT'S INCLUDED
INSTRUCTIONS
COLOR OPTIONS

Aluminum Beautifully CNC'd all-aluminum body striplight bar with satin black anodized finish
Driver Built-in current limiting resistor and diode protects the strip from reversed polarity installation
Connections Over-molded 2 pin connectors for easier installation and better reliability
Mounting Super-strong 3M double-sided tape and Velcro for mounting
Proprietary 21x 3014 chips mounted to on an aluminum PCB that match all VLEDS LED bulbs

OUTPUT 400LM TOTAL
CURRENT DRAW @ 14.4V 0.5A
OPERATING VOLTAGE 12-18V
LIGHT SOURCE 3014 Proprietary Chip
DRIVER STYLE Resistors

2x BAR_21 LED Bar Lights
2x LSE VHB Tape for Leather Seats
2x BAR_21 Velcro Tape for Cloth Seats
2x 8 Foot Wire Extensions
1x 4 Foot Wire Extension
4x Small Zip Ties

CHOOSE FOOTWELL KIT
16+ Toyota Tacoma Rear (Seat Mount) || 07-21 Toyota Tundra Rear

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WHICH COLOR SHOULD I CHOOSE?

Color temperature is primarily a style choice, but the human eye does perceive a whiter light as being brighter. The image below shows a side-by-side comparison of our six choices. 5000K is natural white, 5500K is pure white, and 6000K is white with a tint of blue. As for the color options, Aqua is a very close match to the backlighting of the buttons and switches. Blue is a deep true blue, and of course, Red is a vibrant rich red. Choosing a color is ultimately it's up to you depending on your lighting goals. The higher Kelvin number DOES NOT mean the light will be brighter, in fact, it is quite the opposite. The higher the Kelvin the lower the output.

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