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Old 12-06-2011, 09:01 PM   #1
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LED Taillights

I stumbled across these looking for something else, for a non jeep vehicle, thought i would share them with all the other jeeple.

LBL-R16W18 Multi-Function LED Box Light

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Old 12-07-2011, 05:02 AM   #2
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I have to wonder if they put off enough lumins to be legal in most states. I know in Florida you'll get pulled over if you have a tail light out, not bright enough, cracked cover, the whole bit. I can't imagine these wouldn't get me pulled over.

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I dam sure like them better than the "euro" style!
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Old 12-10-2011, 06:15 PM   #5
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I have the ORO Dots. I love them
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Old 12-10-2011, 06:59 PM   #6
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Those are the ones I am leaning towards, I like them also. Are they bright enough during the day, I know they are pretty dark.
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Old 12-11-2011, 12:19 AM   #7
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The LEDs themselves are just embedded in the dark plastic. They are bright even in full day light. They show up much more than stock. Reverse especially I also don't have to worry about a tail light going out. Basically ever. I can post some pics tonorrow I'd you want to see them.
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If you get a chance, sure. I just got in from under mine all day today.
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Has anyone tried these?


I like the military look.
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Old 12-11-2011, 05:12 PM   #10
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No I havent seen those, they are different. I like them but they are not the look I am after. I have been on this site and found some different things though.

LED Lights, Bulbs & Accessories - SUPER BRIGHT LEDS
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Ya, I've bee looking at those for a while as well as V-LEDs (v-led.com). I've heard some good reviews from people on this forum from the Vs. Both run around $50 a pair so my main concers (beside the brightness) is the durability. I don't want to have to shell out 50 bucks every couple of years.
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I ended up buying the SuperBrightLED set with the license plate markers. They are surprisingly bright. Installation was a breeze. Just removed the three bolts on each side, pulled the light guards off with the old lights and popped these in. Installation took about 30 minutes/side because I had to wrestle with the rested bolts/nuts that were on there. Overall, nice! Will post pictures later in the week.
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I ended up buying the SuperBrightLED set with the license plate markers. They are surprisingly bright. Installation was a breeze. Just removed the three bolts on each side, pulled the light guards off with the old lights and popped these in. Installation took about 30 minutes/side because I had to wrestle with the rested bolts/nuts that were on there. Overall, nice! Will post pictures later in the week.

Did you have to buy anything else with those like a new led fasher relay?
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Nothing more to buy. Everything was in line. Just plugged, tested, installed.
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Can any of you who actually have this follow up with pictures?
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Has anyone tried these?


I like the military look.
those or Hummer tail lights. A jeeper I knew a few years ago had them on his jeep. He said they were pricey but they look good. They are also deep so if you have a late model TJ you have to find room around the charcoal canister

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