PIAA Introduces LED Replacement Light Kits For Toyota Tundra

PIAA Introduces LED Replacement Light Kits For Toyota Tundra

Lamps mount in OE bumper location.

PORTLAND, Ore. – PIAA has introduced two new kits for mounting LP530 LED lights in 2014 and 2015 Toyota Tundra pickup trucks. These kits allow for the installation of PIAA’s LP530 LED lights, and feature the company’s Reflector Facing Technology (RFT). The LP530 lights come in either 20-degree driving pattern, or 70-degree SAE-compliant fog pattern.
Each kit includes all the parts needed to install a pair of PIAA’s LP530 LED driving lamps (kit is part No. 5362) or LP530 LED SAE fog lamps (part No. 5360). Each kit includes a pair of PIAA LP530 driving or fog lamps, two mounting brackets, wiring harness and mounting hardware, along with simple installation instructions. MSRP for each kit is $379.
These new LED kits provide roughly three times the light output of the stock lights, and feature easy installation which gives the front of the vehicle a premium LED look, according to PIAA. The company says they are also easily installed in trucks that were produced with no OE lamps in the bumper, requiring only the addition of factory bezels readily available from any Toyota dealer. Plus, these kits offer truck owners the choice of driving or fog lamps depending on the nature of their nighttime driving.
PIAA’s LP Series LED lights all feature PIAA’s exclusive Reflector Facing Technology (RFT), in which the LED bulbs are oriented back toward a computer-designed multi-surface parabolic reflector that concentrates and precisely focuses the beam pattern. This provides greater light output while maintaining the low-power consumption characteristics of LED lights. The result: more concentrated light exactly where you need it. PIAA invented RFT technology, and was the first company to offer fog and driving lamps using this design.
The LP530 LED lamps in these kits each use two 7-watt LED bulbs that provide extraordinary illumination without the very high current draw associated with halogen lamps. PIAA’s LEDs have a nearly unlimited lifespan, and are covered by PIAA’s two-year warranty.
PIAA’s LP530 lamps, with a nominal diameter of 3.5 inches, along with PIAA’s LP550 (5-inch diameter), LP560 (6-inch diameter) and LP570 (7-inch diameter) all share common construction features that include a cast aluminum housing, high-strength polycarbonate lens and protective grill. All of these lamps provide a 30-degree driving beam with a sharp white beam of light with a color temperature of 6,000 Kelvin.
Justin MacLauchlan, brand manager for PIAA, notes that these new vehicle-specific kits are an important addition to PIAA’s growing LED product line. “We continuously monitor vehicle sales figures in North America and adjust our product mix to match the growth patterns of popular vehicles. The new-generation Toyota Tundra trucks have already been shown to be a major sales success, and it’s important to us to offer the lighting products that will enhance the visibility of drivers of these vehicles.”
For more information, visit www.piaa.com

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