Toyota 4Runners are well known amongst over landers and pre runners alike. There’s no doubt that the 4Runner is an incredibly machine and it’s probably the best off-road vehicle currently available even if it’s not seen as hardcore as some vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler. If you install a lift kit and bigger tires on your vehicle, you might want to think about updating the lighting. You must have LED light bars aftermarket if you plan to go camping or off-roading at night!
Here’s a short guide to the best LED light bars for Toyota 4Runners. We’ll discuss the best mounting systems for both roof-mounted and bumper-mounted LED light bars. Our wide selection of products ensures there are options for people of all budgets! Regardless of how much money you want to spend, we have everything from basic to high-end.
LED light bars for roofs offer a few benefits. Specifically, it reduces shadows on trails. Light bars mounted high above the trail need to be aimed downward for the trail to be illuminated. Light bars higher in the sky will produce less shadows. You won’t be able to tell what bumps are is big and what bumps are just appearing large with a light bar mounted low.
You are required to drill holes into the roof so that the brackets can be attached. Your LED light bar will add massive dents to your roof when you mount the brackets onto the sheet metal. We will fix the denting issue because the dings Focus on LED light bars that you can mount with quality brackets. Moreover, the included universal brackets are too cheap to use on any application.
The first product on this list comes from Rigid Industries. This LED light bar is quite expensive, so let me warn you now. It’s definitely expensive, and for many people, it would be massively overkill even though you get what you pay for. Check out the products below if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly product.
A number of rigid industries’ LED light bars are among the brightest and toughest available. They can change the beam patterns of their latest ADAPT series on the fly. For slow travel, a flood beam will be used, while a narrow beam will be used for quick travel. In order to be effective and efficient, LED light bars must be versatile and adaptable.
The output of this LED light bar is 27,392 lumens in flood mode, and 21,120 lumens in spot mode. According to this test, it uses the most power of 374 watts in mode four and the least of 276 watts in mode eight. In my opinion, there is no better LED bar on the market if you have the budget. The Rigid Industries Adapt E-Series light has since been introduced and added to the ever growing library of Rigid Industries lights.
Rough Country’s Black Series 40″ curved LED light bar takes a step away from extremely innovative and expensive light bars. Due to its low cost, decent quality, and decent warranty, we like this product. In addition, the curved design helps keep big rocks visible wherever they are hidden on the trail sides. Black Series LED light bars also look far better than chrome LED light bars.
A 50′′ LED light bar might be better for your 4Runner than a 40′′. It’s likely that a 40′′ will work best on a roof rack, but if it’s for A-pillar brackets, a 50′′ curved is probably the best choice.
Despite being less powerful than the Rigid Industries 40″ light bar above, this LED light bar delivers 19,020 lumens at 240W. However, you do get what you pay for. In addition to being water and dust resistant, this LED light bar from Rough Country comes with a three-year warranty. Compared to the Rigid LED light bar listed above, this one is a great value.
You don’t need to worry if either of the LED light bars listed above is out of your budget range. Cheap Chinese light bars aren’t something we recommend, but we have owned several LED light bars made by Auxbeam in the past and loved them. It’s better to avoid buying a cheap Chinese LED light bar because it might break down down the road. Know what you’re getting into because we’ve experienced cracked lenses, broken diodes, poor sealing, and broken boards with cheap LED lights!
The LED light bar from Auxbeam is part of their “Cross” series, which includes a cross-shaped daytime running light. On the right truck, this feature can look cool, though it is gimmicky in nature. This LED light bar claims to output 24000 lumens at 240W, however it is more likely to be closer to 18000 lumens. Due to Auxbeam’s policy of not testing their products’ light output, they estimate it instead. You will not get a replacement if yours breaks since Auxbeam only covers this for a limited one-year period.
As one of the few brands that offer sets of lights instead of just one, Nilight is a highly popular brand of car lights and LED light bars.
As the best LED light bar on this list, Niligiht LED light bar comes in at number one as it has a complete light set you can install on your car. Aside from the light bar, you will also find two 4 inch LED spot pods that can deliver 18 watts of power each. In terms of the LED light bar itself, it is rated at 126 watts of power.
This LED light bar’s 20-inch length combined with its decent light output make it a good buy, especially for the given price. There is a 2-year warranty on this LED bar, but it is not an IP-certified or water-resistant LED bar.
As a budget-friendly and entry-level option, Zmoon is a perfect choice for those looking to save money.
Our third and cheapest LED light bar is the Zmoon LED light bar. Despite its low price tag, it provides decent performance as well as a good value for money. To begin with, it has a wattage rating of 80 watts, resulting in a decent light output of 8000 lumens.
There are also much larger options available that are much more powerful, but the given length of 14 inches is on the average side. The IP67 water resistance rating of this one matches that of more expensive models. Moreover, this LED light bar also comes with a 1-year warranty.