Yes, that's the one I used. They have two options a white and an amber, make sure you choose the white one. It is a bit pricier than many others but I have to say that the quality is very high. One of the things I wanted to be confident about was the weatherproofing because I was underside mounting it and it will get exposed to lots wetness. The website clearly states that undercarriage mounting is supported. Obviously, water fording might cause some issues but I don't really do that.Thank you for sharing the pics and info, I really like that light tucked under the hitch. Nice install. Is this the one you used? -
Rigid Industries 86610 Black DC Scene Floodlight (1x2 65 Degree).
I will add that I have no "hot spot" issue and the light is ample. Its puts light where I need it and does a great job of illuminating the first 10-12 feet behind me, making backing up in dark areas much easier. Finally, I just want to add that it comes with hardware (nuts and bolts) and all you have to do is use their template to make two very small (quarter inch) holes on either side of the hitch receiver bottom plate, which has absolutely no impact on the hitch receiver's integrity. If anyone is going this route, I can provide more detail.