Fully Compliant, 6-in. Combination Lamp

safety lighting Truck-Lite

Safety lighting: Truck-Lite Co. LLC, a provider of heavy-duty lighting and visibility systems, has added the Model 60 Stop/Turn/Tail & Back-up Combination Lamp to its 60 Series line. Performing the functions of two lamps in one unit, the Model 60 S/T/T and BU is available in flange, surface or grommet mounts. The lamp also features hardwired connector options for thin depth applications, and a four-position LED Fit ‘N Forget AMP connector that eliminates a connection point on the vehicle harness.

Truck-Lite’s 6-in. combination lamp exceeds all FMVSS 108 requirements when mounted either vertically or horizontally, even on vehicles over 80 in. wide. Its back-up feature provides a clear indication of the white reverse light and does not impair the appearance of the stop/turn/tail lamp when both are illuminated.

In addition to its variety of mounting and wiring options, the lamp fits into standard 6-in. mounting holes, making retrofitting even more convenient. In conjunction with the available reflector cap, which is mounted in place of either a tail or backup lamp, it economically turns a vehicle’s previous four-lamp system into a two-lamp system.

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