|05-16-2013 02:38 PM|
|05-16-2013 02:37 PM|
They are definitely brighter. No doubt about it. But I don't know if it was really worth the effort. If I was going to do it again, I don't think I would bother
|05-04-2013 01:44 PM|
|BWolfE84||lets see what they look like compare to the old ones|
|05-04-2013 01:39 PM|
|05-04-2013 01:38 PM|
|Jaxon1023||I would have used aluminum duct tape like they use in Hvac work. As for the liscense plate light. No reason to give them a reason to pull you over|
|05-04-2013 01:35 PM|
OK. Let's forget the tag light.
What do you guys think of my idea. How come nobody has done it, and do you think it'll make a difference?
|05-04-2013 01:20 PM|
|05-04-2013 01:13 PM|
|Neil F.||Require, yes. Inspect for or pull you over for it...............................|
|05-04-2013 01:07 PM|
|Jaxon1023||All states require a tag light|
|05-04-2013 12:57 PM|
Besides the white paint is translucent over the clear lens, a little light might get through.
|05-04-2013 12:37 PM|
|lindel||Pretty sure the license plate light has to be functional.|
|05-04-2013 12:21 PM|
Tail Light Mod.
Finally getting around to installing my tail light guards. I've always noticed that the tail lights on these Jeeps are always so dim. So while I had everything apart I sprayed the the inside of the housings bright white. I even painted the clear lens for the license plate(why make it easy for the traffic cameras?). I don't know why Jeep doesn't do it. Every other light that I've opened had some sort of reflector behind it.