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Does anybody have round led tail lights?

RYAN17

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Thinking about buying some of the flush round LED tail lights. Anybody recommend? I want to buy as cheap as possible. I have some cheap chinese LED headlights and i love them. Point me in the right direction please.
 
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What is required to fix the fast blinker because i know that will be an issue after switching to LED
 

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If I was going to do a flush mount round LED tail light combo, these are more of what I'd use. For my own personal tastes, I do not like the look of the individual LEDs being seen. These have a constant "halo" look for the running lights, while the brake and turn signal (in the center section) are the more typical LED look. They have a video that shows these illuminated in the dark to give you a better idea. No back-up lights in these particular ones, however...

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Lights/Optronics/STL101RCFB.html

*I'd get the all red lens, myself. Not a fan of the clear lenses, and I feel the red lensed lights illuminate a deeper/richer red, whereas the clear lensed units are a little more washed out, or even pinkish in color. At least, that's how my eyes see them.
 
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For what it's worth, I have JWSpeaker heated tail lights on their way to replace my older Trucklites.
 

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If I was going to do a flush mount round LED tail light combo, these are more of what I'd use. For my own personal tastes, I do not like the look of the individual LEDs being seen. These have a constant "halo" look for the running lights, while the brake and turn signal (in the center section) are the more typical LED look. They have a video that shows these illuminated in the dark to give you a better idea. No back-up lights in these particular ones, however...

https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Lights/Optronics/STL101RCFB.html

*I'd get the all red lens, myself. Not a fan of the clear lenses, and I feel the red lensed lights illuminate a deeper/richer red, whereas the clear lensed units are a little more washed out, or even pinkish in color. At least, that's how my eyes see them.
I like the diffused look best too.
 
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Those are some new ones I came across that have back up lights for a different project I have. These are what I use, no b-up light tho cause I run a separate b-up light.

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Those look slick.
Not going to lie, I thought about if I could stick my dick in those tail lights

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Very briefly, just one little hummm,