Sku: BS10E50W5W
$59.99
DV8 Offroad's SL8 Slim Lights feature a clear polycarbonate lens and an IP68 rating, ensuring protection against water and dirt. These lights offer both a spot and flood combo pattern,...

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DV8 Offroad's SL8 Slim Lights feature a clear polycarbonate lens and an IP68 rating, ensuring protection against water and dirt. These lights offer both a spot and flood combo pattern, powered by 5W Cree LEDs with a remarkable 50,000-hour lifespan. They conveniently attach to your vehicle using side mounts.

With DV8 Offroad's LED Optical Technology and sleek low-profile design, these lights deliver maximum light output to illuminate the landscape without adding bulk. 🚗💡

SL8 Specs & Sizes
  • BS-10- 50W total, 3850 Lumens, 11x1.5x3
  • BS-20- 100W total, 7700 Lumens, 21x1.5x3
  • BS-30- 140W total, 11550 Lumens, 31x1.5x3
  • BS-40-  190W total, 14800 Lumens, 39.5x1.5x3
  • BS-50-  250W total, 19250 Lumens, 51.5x1.5x3
    FEATURES:
    • 60-degree angle flood & 30-degree angle spot pattern
    • 2310 - 19250 lumens
    • 30W - 250W Total
    • Polycarbonate lens 
    • Side Mounts
    • IP68 rated - Resistant against water and dust 
    • 5W Cree LED rated at 50,000 hours of life

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What age range will this board work for?

    Beginners might prefer wider and more stable boards, while experienced riders may have specific preferences based on their style and the type of skating they enjoy

    Do I Have To Assemble Anything Before It's Ready To Ride?

    Yes, typically, skateboards are sold as separate components, and some assembly is required before they are ready to ride. Here are the main components of a skateboard:
    • Deck: This is the flat board that you stand on. Decks come in various sizes and shapes.
    • Trucks: These are the metal T-shaped pieces that are mounted to the underside of the deck. Trucks hold the wheels and allow you to turn.
    • Wheels: Skateboard wheels come in different sizes and hardness levels. Softer wheels provide more grip, while harder wheels are better for sliding.
    • Bearings: Bearings are small metal rings that fit inside the wheels, allowing them to spin smoothly.
    • Grip Tape: This is a coarse, sandpaper-like material that is applied to the top of the deck for traction.
    • Hardware: These are the nuts and bolts used to attach the trucks to the deck.

    What Is The Maximum Weight Rating For The Board?

    The weight capacity of a skateboard can vary depending on the specific components and construction of the skateboard. In general, most standard skateboards are designed to support riders weighing up to 200 to 250 pounds (90 to 113 kilograms). However, it's essential to check the specifications of the particular skateboard you are interested in, as weight ratings can vary among different brands and models.

    How Much Does The Board Weigh?

    The weight of a skateboard can vary depending on the specific components used and the type of skateboard. Generally, the weight of a standard skateboard without additional accessories or modifications is around 4 to 5 pounds (1.8 to 2.3 kilograms).

    Can This Board Be Used For Tricks?

    The ability to use a skateboard for tricks depends on various factors, including the skateboard's design, components, and your skill level as a rider. In general, most skateboards are designed to be versatile and can be used for a wide range of tricks, including ollies, kickflips, grinds, and more.