Great White LED Driving Light Bar with Rival Bar

Take your next 4WD adventure to the next level with a set of LED driving lights from AutoCraze. LED lighting technology has changed the way for the four-wheel drive world, and we love it. Typically, LED driving lights draw less energy, and last much longer and aren't as fragile.

Getting a set of LED driving lights could be one of the essential 4x4 accessories you can get for your 4WD if you're going off-road. Especially if you're going to be driving around at night with your friends and family, you don't want to drive blindly into raging kangaroos and wild wombats once it's gotten all dark.

The LED lighting is affordable and a great way to upgrade your 4WD, SUV, or van. LED driving lights or LED spotlights uses a fraction of the power compared to halogen and still produces a beautiful bright, powerful light.

Before you buy your LED Driving Lights

When you're buying your first set of LED driving lights, there are a few factors to take into consideration:

What terrain are you driving on and how often will you change between them?

If you're planning to take your 4WD onto a wide variety of terrains then picking the right set of LED driving lights is crucial. You'll have to determine whether your LED driving light has good protection against solids, water, and dust.

Is the LED driving lights you're buying for the right conditions and terrains?

Fog - If you're going to drive in a foggy terrain then you're going to need a duller colour temperature, either a halogen or amber LED light. Typically, a fog light should be pointed down at the road and directed ours to the sides. The reason for this is so that the fog will reflect the bright light at you.

Rain, sleet and snow - Very similar to fog, you will get reflection but not as bad. Getting a 20"- ish light bar will be much better than a set of 9" spotlights because it doesn't throw too much light. If you get any form of roof lighting, it'll just light up what's falling out of the sky in front of your eyes. This will make it harder to see and will be a hindrance to your driving.

Dust - If you're going to be driving on a dusty environment then an amber light bar will be your best option as big bright light won't help in the dust. As they won't shine through the dust, but rather it'll light it up.

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The Drivetech 4x4 LED lighting range offers many features and benefits and stood up to every rigorous test we have thrown at it.


How to install LED light bar?

  • Mount the light bar on your vehicle's nudge bar or bull bar
  • Disconnect the negative terminal from your vehicle's battery before commencing any further work
  • Find a suitable location to mount the relay and fuse preferably on the inner guard using an existing bolt or a self-tapping screw
  • Connect the ring terminal to the positive side of the battery
  • The light bar needs to be triggered by activation of your high beam
  • Locate the back of your high beam headlight globe on the side closest to the relay and remove the plug from the back
  • Choose the headlamp adapter supplied in the kit which suits your plug and connects this to the factory plug
  • Connect the second plug to the back of your headlight globe.
  • The third plug to your new driving light harness
  • Mount the master switch which is included in the driving light harness inside the cab
  • Run the wiring from the harness in the engine bay to the switch wiring in the cabin(you may need to remove the grommet in the firewall.
  • Connect the plugs and ensure there zip-tied out of the way.
  • The final piece in the installation is the wiring section to your light bar itself.
  • The earth will need to be attached to the negative terminal of the battery or a bolt with bare metal contact to the body.
  • The positive will plug into the available connection.
  • Run the wiring down and connect them to the LED light bar, crimp and heat shrink as necessary and ensure their connection is watertight.
  • Reconnect the negative terminal to your battery, and you should be good to go.

Features of LED light bars:

  • Operating temperature -40 to +60*C
  • Combination spot and flood beam
  • Operates on 10-30 Volts DC
  • Colour Temperature 6,500K
  • Polycarbonate lens
  • Diecast aluminium housing
  • Stainless steel adjustable mounting bracket
  • Waterproof rating IP67

Features of round LED spotlight:

  • Two mounting options:
    1. Aluminium base mount
    2. Stainless steel side mount
  • Diecast aluminium housing
  • Operates on 10-30 Volts DC
  • Colour temperature 6000K
  • Polycarbonate lens
  • Operating temperature -40 to +60*C
  • Slim design allows fitment in tight areas
  • Waterproof rating IP67.


Thunder is a trusted brand among 4WD enthusiasts all across Australia. Their products are tested and developed to handle anything you can throw at them, without breaking the bank.

Thunder LED Lights

Features of LED Light Bar:

  • 3 Watt Cree LEDs
  • Voltage- Suits 12-24 Volt applications
  • Current Draw- 6-8 Amps @ 12Volts
  • Lens Material- Polycarbonate
  • Housing Material- Die-cast aluminium housing
  • Mounting Brackets- Stainless steel - horizontal or vertical mount
  • Beam Pattern- 15* spot beam


How to wire up led light bar to high beam?

You will need two relays and two switches

  • Connect the wipers of relay 1 and relay 2 to +ve from the battery (via a fuse)
  • Connect the grounds of the coils on relay 1 and relay 2 to earth
  • Get a feed from the positive side of your high beam circuit to the wiper of switch 1
  • Take the feed from the contact of switch 1 to the +ve on the coil on relay 1
  • Take a feed from the pole of relay 1 to the light bar
  • Get a feed from an ignition (or accessory) circuit to the wiper of switch 2 (so the lights switch off if the ignition is off)
  • Take the feed from the contact of switch 2 to the +ve on the coil on relay 2
  • Take a feed from the contact of relay 2 to the light bar

Great Whites LED Driving Lights

Great Whites has one of Australia's best selling aftermarket driving lights on the market. Trusted by many truck drivers and 4WD owners all across Australia. High-performance output, long life warranty and outstanding design are well-known features.

The Great Whites are designed to suit the harsh Australian conditions. All Great Whites are comprehensively tested in Australia before they hit the shelves.

Greate White 18 LED Driving Light


  • Latest LED technology
  • 6,000 Kelvin
  • Instant on/off
  • Over 50,000 + hours of use time
  • Reduced eye strain
  • Improved peripheral vision
  • Waterproof up to 3 meters

18 LED Round Driving Light

Great White 18 LED Round Driving Light



  • Latest LED technology - 6,000 Kelvin
  • Superior colour spectrum
  • Instant on/off
  • 50,000 + operating hours
  • Reduced eye strain
  • Improved peripheral vision
  • Water submersible - Up to 3 meters
  • G-Shock vibration protection - Vibration rated to 216 Grms (Gen2) & 15.6 Grms (Gen1)

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