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Angled Flush Mount Light

February 2, 2018 - Products

<p><em>Photo of Angle&nbsp;Flush Mount Light courtesy of Baja Designs</em></p>

Baja Products

Baja Designs has released a new Angled Flush Mount Light available in two configurations: Sport and Pro. The Angled Flush Mount Lights were designed to easily mount to any flat surface while producing a lighting output of 2,260 lumens for the Sport and 4,900 lumens for the Pro lights.
 
Included in each package is a mockup template and hardware created to make installing the lights as easy as possible. Using the provided template, a 3/8-inch hole will be drilled into the top of the surface where the light will be mounted for the power cord while two 1/4-inch holes will be drilled at the bottom for the mounting screws. Once the holes have been drilled, simply deburr the edges and feed the power cord through the top hole and use the supplied connector to attach to the light. 

A standard feature included with the Sport and Pro Angled Flush Mounts is Baja Designs' Work/Scene 120-degree reflector which disperses a large round pattern in the near field. Close range workspaces benefit from the near-field lighting.
 
Chase trucks, camper shells, tow vehicles, trailers, and more can be fitted with the Angled Flush Mount Lights. Exterior and interior trailer walls, trailer gates, and doors, truck bedsides and tailgates make ideal mounting surfaces as they are flat and allow the mounts to be securely fastened. A rubber O-ring gasket is provided in order to ensure that the seal between the light and the mounting surface stays tight and does not allow moisture to enter.

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