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Lighting
Systems
Catalog

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Grote: A Worldwide Leader in
Vehicle Lighting and Safety Systems

Grote’s Madison, Indiana facility is our international
headquarters, where a large proportion of our strategic
lighting development and manufacturing takes place. We are
transitioning our non-U.S. facilities to true strategic design and
production centers of excellence for the entire enterprise.

Grote Europe, Niederwinkling, Germany, is Grote’s European
headquarters and is responsible for design and production of
lighting safety systems to meet specific European requirements.

Grote of Canada, located in Markham, Ontario, is the
headquarters for the manufacturing and development of Grote’s
Accessory lines. Grote of Canada serves both the original
equipment and aftermarket channels for the entire Canadian
market, and its new state-of-the-art facility operates at the
forefront of industry manufacturing and distribution efficiency.

Grote Electronics, located in Waterloo, Canada, is a state-of-the-
art, high-volume manufacturing facility dedicated to assembling
Grote’s light emitting diode (LED) circuit boards and electronic-
based specialty products. Today, we are leading the industry in
LED technology, not only for exterior lighting solutions, but for
interior designs as well.

Grote De Mexico, located in Monterrey, is responsible for
development and production of Grote wiring and trailer
harnesses, including Grote’s patented ULTRA-BLUE-SEAL®
pigtail and harness system.

Grote China, located in Shanghai, China is a wholly-owned,
foreign enterprise of Grote Industries. Grote’s new facility is
the launching pad for our Asian OE business growth.

EChOING OUR GROWING pROpORTION Of INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, GROTE hAS
TRANSITIONED fROM A NORTh AMERICAN-BASED INTERNATIONAL TO A TRUE
MULTI-NATIONAL ORGANIzATION.

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Phares Utilitaires Faros Delanteros

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pEr-lUx® snoWploW lamps

Resilient, polycarbonate housing and halogen sealed beam withstands hours
of use at sub-zero temperatures • Features integrated parking and turn
signal lights • Rubber shock mount and center mounting stud absorbs road
shock • Optional 5-way Packard® Connector

SEALED BEAM:
64261-4 Pair Pack
64241 LH
64251 RH

SEALED BEAM WITH CONNECTOR:
64291-4 Pair Pack
64271 LH
64281 RH

Material: Polycarbonate
FMVSS: H, I2, P
Finish: Black
Bulb: H6545, Major - 65 Watt, 40,000 C.P./Minor - 45 Watt, 25,000 CP
Volts / Amps: 12V / 5.0/3.5A
Bulb: 1157, 32/3 CP; Volts / Amps: 12V / 2.1/.59A; Pigtail: 68680 (64291-4)
Lens: Yellow 90483

snoWploW lamp kiT WiTH
UnivErsal Wiring HarnEss

Integrated turn signal/parking lamp lens • Vibration-dampening
mounting system prolongs bulb life • Kit includes left and right side lamps,
heavy-duty selector switch, wiring connectors, mounting hardware, and easy
installation instructions

63451-4 Pair Pack
REpLACEMENT LAMp:

63381 LH
63391 RH

Material: Polycarbonate
FMVSS: H, I2, P
Finish: Black
Bulb: H6054, Major - 65 Watt/Minor - 35 Watt; Volts / Amps: 12V / 5/2.7A
Bulb: 1157, 32/2 CP; Volts / Amps: 12V / 2.1/.59A
Bulb: 1156, 32 CP; Volts / Amps: 12V / 2.1A
Lens: Yellow 93163

slim-linE HalogEn fog ligHTs

Housing made of die-cast aluminum • Ion coated lens • Kit includes
lamps, switch, wiring, and instructions • Not compliant for FMCSA
393.24(b) applications

64371-5 Clear, Fog Lamp Kit ,

Material: Die-Cast Aluminum
FMVSS: F
Finish: Black
Bulb: H3, 55 Watt, 121 CP; Volts / Amps: 12V / 4.7A
Accessory: Bulb: 90861-5/90971-5
Lens: Clear 93131

64291-4

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mini HalogEn fog anD Driving
lamp kiT

Low-profile styling • High-impact nylon housing • Kit includes lamps,
rocker switch and installation kit • Not compliant for FMCSA 393.24(b)
applications

64061-5 Clear, Driving Lamp Kit

Material: Nylon
Finish: Black
Bulb: H3, 55 Watt, 121 CP
Volts / Amps: 12V / 4.7A
Accessory: Bulb: 90861-5/90971-5

HalogEn fog lamp

Glass lens resists hazing • Aluminized reflector for increased brightness
• Black powder coated hardware • Industry-standard electrical connector
• Watertight design on the front of the lamp • Meets FMSCA 393.25 (b)

63531 Black

Material: Glass/Plastic Housing
FMVSS: F
Finish: Black
Bulb: H3, 55 Watt, 121 CP
Volts / Amps: 12V / 4.7A

sporT anD UTiliTy lamp kiT

Rugged, high-impact plastic construction • Hardened glass lens
• Mounts above or below bumper • Kit includes lamps, rocker switch and
installation kit • Meets FMCSA 393.25(b)applications

64351-5 Clear, Fog Lamp Kit
64401-5 Clear, Driving Lamp Kit

Material: ABS
Finish: Clear
Bulb: H3, 55 Watt, 121 CP
Volts / Amps: 12V / 4.7A
Accessory: Bulb: 90861-5/90971-5

par 56 7” HEaDlamp

7-inch headlamp • Includes sealed beam #6014 for 12-volt systems
• Ideal for many trucks, road maintenance vehicles, off-road equipment,
in-plant vehicles, material handling trucks, mine cars, dune buggies, etc.

64071 Black, Powder Coated

Material: Steel
Finish: Black
Bulb: 6014, PAR 56, 50 Watt/60 Watt, 25,000/32,000 CP
Volts / Amps: 12V / 4.7/3.9A

roUnD off-roaD lamp

Rugged steel housing • Universal-swivel, rubber-cushioned mounting
pedestal

64481-5 Black
64501-5 Chrome

Material: Steel
FMVSS: O
Finish: Chrome, Black
Bulb: H3, 100 Watt, 192 CP; Volts / Amps: 12V / 8.33A
Accessory: Bulb: 92701-5
Lens: Clear 93171

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Information Technique Información técnica

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9 Common Causes of Failure in Truck Wiring and Lighting

TENSiLE LOADS
Wiring should not be considered an appropriate load-bearing
component. It’s easy to exceed the designed load limit by
inadvertently installing wires under tension or snagging
a section of wire on one of the moving parts. Using a wire
bundle as a handhold or step can destroy the integrity of
the conductor and its connections. So can the weight of
accumulated ice, snow, mud and other materials.

Each of these points must be considered carefully when
routing wires in a wiring harness.

iMPACT
Lighting and wiring must be protected from the impact
of rocks, gravel and other road debris. A major impact
can cause enough damage to require extensive repairs.
Smaller, more frequent impacts over time may deliver
equally extensive damage. Damage from impacts can cause
problems although the wires are contained in a loom or
other covering. During inspection, always check for damage
from impacts and replace any wiring or lights that appear to
be damaged. Make certain that the replacement parts are
equivalent to or better than the original.

FLEXiNG
Wiring in a truck often must make sharp turns around
corners, as well as subjected to constant flexing where
doors or hoods are opened and closed repeatedly.

To prevent wire damage from repeated flexing, avoid tight
radius turns. Make sure that the wire is not snagged or
stressed at its maximum extension. Also, make certain
that the wire moves smoothly through its flexing cycle
and doesn’t rub or scrape against adjacent components.

GRiT AND SAND
Accumulation of abrasive materials can lead to damage,
especially when combined with vibration. If gritty materials
enter connections, they can accelerate the wear on contact
points causing interruption of the circuit and failure of
devices. Sand and grit also can attract and hold moisture,
creating conditions conducive to corrosion. In some cases,
sand and grit may work their way inside protective coverings
and abrade the insulation of wires running through them if
there is relative motion between the covering and the wire.

One of the ways of reducing sand and grit buildup is to
eliminate abrasive materials in the areas where wiring is
present. Another way is to seal openings on protective
coverings to keep gritty materials from entering.

For more information, visit www.grote.com

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Grote industries, inc.
2600 Lanier Drive
Madison, Indiana 47250
USA
Phone: 812-273-2121
Phone: 800-628-0809
Fax: 812-265-8440
Email: [email protected]

Grote Manufacturing, Ltd.
230 Travail Road
Markham, Ontario L3S 3J1
Canada
Phone: 905-209-9744
Phone: 800-268-5612
Fax: 905-209-9757
Fax: 800-267-9024
Email: [email protected]

Grote industries de México,
S.A. DE C.V
Ave. Rogelio González Caballero 225
Parque Industrial Stiva Aeropuerto
Apodaca, Nuevo León
México
C. P. 66600
Phone: 011 (52) 81-8262-4400
Fax: 011 (52) 81-8262-4404
Email: [email protected]

Grote industries Europe GmbH
Am Schaidweg 3
D-94559 Niederwinkling
Germany
Phone: +49 9962 / 20008-0
email: [email protected]

grote.com

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A family’s commitment to the vehicle and transportation
lighting industry, spanning more than four generations

William D. Grote, Founder
Grote industries 1901

Just like many of the distributors,
fleets and OEM’s Grote Industries
serves, we’re a family-owned
business. Like a number of our
customers, we’re proud of our
family’s multi-generational
commitment to the transportation
industry, reaching back more than
a century. If you know the Grote
family, you also know that the
vehicle lighting business is not just
a job to us, it’s something that’s
folded into our family’s culture –
part of our very DNA. We’re fond of

saying that “lighting is in our blood” and we’re only half kidding.

Unlike many institutionally-owned companies, we’re able to draw
on our family’s time-honored values, built upon our tradition of
service to the industry and our fierce entrepreneurial spirit. We’re
thankful for the visionary legacy of our predecessors and because

of it, we can’t help but to see the past, present and future of the
lighting industry in a different context from those who simply find
themselves working in the lighting business.

Founded on the principles of solid customer relationships,
continuous innovation and exceptional product performance,
Grote is committed to propelling itself and its industry forward,
with inventive products and challenging ideas.

As a corporation, our family’s culture extends to our entire
organization, around the globe and particularly to our customer-
facing staff. Grote is not sales oriented, we’re not engineering
oriented – we’re relationship oriented and we’re working hard
every day to uphold our reputation and continue to earn your trust.

The Grote family has played a prominent role in shaping the
vehicle lighting industry. We are deeply and personally engaged
today, as we will be in the future, to make the kind of brave
choices and bold decisions that will help move the vehicle
lighting industry ahead and into an even brighter tomorrow.

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