I had condensation in one of my OEM taillights and saw these on ebay nice and inexpensive. They don't have LEDs but I liked the design and they were less than $70 for the pair! Good fitment on the sides, matches the lines of the car. Sits a touch proud at the rear but very minor. Overall I like them, looks like it could have been factory, and the seller shipped quick.
2005 Dodge Magnum RT - Sold/missed - Novi 1500, 22s
2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS - 6.2 LS3 swap plus a GM Hot cam
nice BUT OEM IS ALWAYS BETTER MORE PICS?
Have u thought about tinting jus the red? In my opinion that would look pretty good. They look nice untouched though.
They're a touch darker than the OEM red. I could niteshade it to get it darker but the chrome bottom section goes well with my chrome rims, I wouldn't want to go too dark.
Looks good Will. I also have condensation in one set.
2006 Inferno Red Magnum RT - email@example.com at TMP DA 300 Sept 28, 2012,
SRT headers, Mopar CAI, Diablosport Trinity, Stant 180 deg thermostat, Inertia Spartan Cam, 6.1 chain tensioner, B&M transmission cooler, FTI 3200, MTCM, 392 swaybars F + R, Eibach Pro-kit, Magnaflow 3" catback w/ hi-flows, 6.1 heads and intake, 2012 3.91 Getrag, OST tuned, Joelvan rad, Brembos
To be installed: PS cooler and engine oil cooler
Now throw some LED bulbs in there. They look good.
Best thing to do with these aftermarket housings is to seal them again with clear silicone for extra protection against condensation.
Another problem with aftermarket is that many times they end up getting pitted.
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