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Old 10-09-2013, 11:16 AM   #1
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GenRight: New JK LED Tail Lights

Yesterday, we added some new tail lights to our website from Spider Auto!

The Spider Auto tail lights replace your old stock lights with a brighter, bolt on LED light. These lights are contoured to the curve of the JK's body so there is no need to cut into the tub to make these lights look awesome. Get a show room look with a modern tail light with a chrome cover. This taillight has a smoke finish over the LEDs.

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More pictures are available on our website, including pics of the lights installed.
Retail on these LED tail lights is normally $349.99. For a limted time we are offering them for $199.99. You can order them from our website or you can call our Sales Desk.

I'm more of a traditionalist, when it comes to tail lights, but I really like these and I think I'm going to order a set!

Moderators, I wasn't sure exactly where to put this thread. Feel free to move it if this isn't the appropriate subforum.

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Old 10-10-2013, 12:37 PM   #2
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No resistors are neccesary with these tail lights. All you need to install them is a screwdriver!!

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Old 10-10-2013, 10:05 PM   #3
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Sold. Going to your site now. Any pics of them lit?
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Thanks man! We will have pics of them lit ASAP. I just spoke to World Headquarters a little while ago and the sun was still shining in southern California!
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Old 10-10-2013, 10:31 PM   #5
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Thanks man! We will have pics of them lit ASAP. I just spoke to World Headquarters a little while ago and the sun was still shining in southern California!
Sounds good. I also can't tell very well from the photo, but would like to see some more UNLIT photos of the black ones. Thanks very much!!!
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I'm not sure which ones you're referring to as black. They all look likes shades of grey to me. But try this link for more pics. We have multiple pics of all the variations on our site.

Spider Auto JK LED Tail Lights in Chrome, Smoke Finish
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Sorry for the confusion...from the original pictures you posted, the middle one..I can't tell from the studio shots if they still have some chrome around the LED area or are they solidly smoked.
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Sorry for the confusion...from the original pictures you posted, the middle one..I can't tell from the studio shots if they still have some chrome around the LED area or are they solidly smoked.
Solid smoked. Those are my favorites as well.
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Solid smoked. Those are my favorites as well.
Awesome. As soon as I see some lit up shots, I'll pull the trigger.
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Old 10-17-2013, 03:00 PM   #10
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Sorry for the delay!

More pics!!
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So these are 100% bolt on? No resistors, none of that crap? Just click and roll?
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The lit pics are the "solid smoked" ones? The middle pic from top of the post?
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so these are 100% bolt on? No resistors, none of that crap? Just click and roll?
correct.
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The lit pics are the "solid smoked" ones? The middle pic from top of the post?
Incorrect. They are actually the last pic posted, with the clear lenses. They all look the same when lit up, no matter what lenses are installed. The lenses are only cosmetic. .
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I guess to change the regular light up a little they dont look bad but I see the mall crawlers going crazy over these lights. Not my style I have seen to many lights get ripped off on the trail or crushed I like the flush mounted lights.
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I guess to change the regular light up a little they dont look bad but I see the mall crawlers going crazy over these lights. Not my style I have seen to many lights get ripped off on the trail or crushed I like the flush mounted lights.
I see your point. I know I've ripped one off myself, but all the flush mount and recessed ones are round and I think Wranglers should have rectangular tail lights.

Quite the quandary.
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Introductory pricing ends Sunday, October 10th.
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Introductory pricing ends Sunday, October 10th.
Strange that I can't edit my own posts...................

October 20th. Sorry.
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These look great. Went to buy a pair and the site says 2007-2012... Will they fit a 2013? I don't think the lights changed but I'm not sure
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Any difference between the smoked and clear?
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These look great. Went to buy a pair and the site says 2007-2012... Will they fit a 2013? I don't think the lights changed but I'm not sure

They'll work. No problem.
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Any difference between the smoked and clear?
The lenses look different but they all look identical when the lights are activated.
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Gen, How would you compare these to IPCW or recon or Enzo?
What kind of warranty or first hand experience do you guys have?

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