SEE AND BE SEEN

Want to shine a light on your rig and all it can do? The need for aftermarket lighting is all too real for off-road enthusiasts. Even the best factory lighting is of little use on trails, back roads, and harsh terrain. Custom lighting delivers multiple benefits by improving nighttime conditions while also enhancing the modified style of your vehicle. They also provide better visibility when you’re driving in the elements – on the road or off.

Custom Lighting Options Include:

  • Halogen/HID/LED/Smoked LED Headlights
  • Custom Halo Headlights (“Angel Eyes”)
  • LED Fog Lights
  • LED Tail Lights
  • Cube Lights
  • Flood Lights
  • Light Bars
  • Grille Lights
  • Bumper Lights
  • Spot Lights
  • Work Lights
  • Rock Lights
  • Under Body Lights
  • Third Brake Lights
  • Third Brake Light LED Rings

CHOOSE YOUR OPTICS

Carolina Custom installs the highest quality aftermarket lighting brands available to give you extreme versatility and maximum value. Every custom lighting project starts with a one-on-one consultation with a member of our team. We’ll assess your lighting-specific needs and goals and develop a custom plan. If you know precisely the accents you’re looking for, we’ll hook you up. But if not, we’ll help you consider the options to achieve the functional and aesthetic results you have in mind.

Some of our Brands:

  • Oracle
  • J.W. Speaker
  • KC Hilites
  • Rigid Industries
  • Poison Spyder
  • Smittybilt XRC
  • Hella
  • Rugged Ridge

EXPERT INSTALLATION

The proper installation of custom lighting requires attention to detail and specialized knowledge. Each lighting project involves its own unique array of demands and potential issues. At Carolina Custom, our technicians are lighting experts with experience installing a variety of brands, as well as the necessary wiring, harnesses, power control units, and switches to support them. In addition to installing custom lights the right way the first time, our technicians’ priorities include maintaining the integrity of factory wiring and avoiding unnecessary splicing whenever possible.