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Old 03-27-2013, 05:54 PM   #11
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I removed the factory tail lights along with the tag bracket. Install LED
submersible tail, turn, stop led lights. They are intended for boat trailer, water proof. Available at Northern Tools for around $50.00. They are super bright maybe 10 times as bright as factory lights.

They do get the attention of the driver behind you. even a PHAT PHROG
could see em.
Hay I remember in Florida and you told alan and Kathy with the Rockwood Mini light TT about the lights and he ordered them that day, he said he got them for $32.00 bucks each and that sent you back home to get your sipping RUM. I will say they are really bright even in the day when you hit the breaks. It seems most new cars are going to that LED tail lite. Sid I guess you are just ahead of the curve, kinda like the "OLDCOOT"...
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Old 03-27-2013, 06:31 PM   #12
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I removed the factory tail lights along with the tag bracket. Install LED
submersible tail, turn, stop led lights. They are intended for boat trailer, water proof. Available at Northern Tools for around $50.00. They are super bright maybe 10 times as bright as factory lights.

They do get the attention of the driver behind you. even a PHAT PHROG
could see em.
How about a picture and a supplier of your lights if you can get out of your rocking chair.
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