LED License Plate Bolt Light
Universal Fit, .55" Mounted Length, .47" Overall Width, .81" Stud Length, .23" Stud Diameter
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These LED bolts can be used to add some style to your license plate frame, or anywhere else on your car for that matter. The possibilities are endless. Features a chrome metal housing which is 1.24" in overall length with a threaded stud and nut for mounting. 12V or 6V operation, but they are much brighter with 12V.
- LED lighted bolts
- Chrome metal housing
- 1.24" in overall length
- 36" wire length
- Threaded stud and nut for mounting
- 12V or 6V operation but much brighter with 12V
- Available in a selection of colors.
- These lights are sold as a pair.
- Choose from colors: blue, green, red, purple, yellow, white, or amber
- Head Size (where the light is): 12mm
- Overall Housing Length: 1.24"
- Stud Threads: 6mm x 1.00
- Stud Length: 3/4"
- Nut O.D. Size: 10mm
- Wire Lead Length: 34.75"
- Operation: 6 Volt or 12 Volt
- Red Wire MUST be positive lead
- Black Wire MUST be negative lead
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