I have the same ones. They have held up great and look even better.This is what I installed. The backup lamps could be brighter. Other than that, no complaints.
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Those look better than the ones I have. I’ll have to check yours out when we’re on the Rubicon Run.These are B.A.D.A.S.S the best combo light I’ve ever seen
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I like the diffused look best too.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...
*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.
You are correct. Not many choices when you want the backup light integrated into a single housing.Yes. But probably not in the way you're looking for.
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.Those look better than the ones I have. I’ll have to check yours out when we’re on the Rubicon Run.
Those look slick.