Tail light guards?

duderz7

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This is not "my" Jeep, but it's the best picture I have handy to show what they look like:

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Those are the nicest looking ones I've seen. I like the low profile, less snags.
 

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Found these of my Jeep (pre-lift, and with the sky-high roof basket rails I replaced with a hillbilly homemade version you can't tell is even there):

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I was also showing off my LED taillights, which kept burning out after 3-4 months so I went back to the regular bulbs.
 
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Found these of my Jeep (pre-lift, and with the sky-high roof basket rails I replaced with a hillbilly homemade version you can't tell is even there):

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I was also showing off my LED taillights, which kept burning out after 3-4 months so I went back to the regular bulbs.

Looks nice even before the other improvements you've made, I think I spy a weather tech or similar style wind/rain guards on there, mine (hopefully) arrive tomorrow!

I had the same problems in the past with led lighting, most everything made too cheap or engineered to fail. Although I have a led craftsman work light bar thats going over 20 years of service, 8 of those years in a shop used by myself and everyone who kept borrowing it lol.

BigClive on youtube made a video showing how dubai was able to contract phillips bulb company to make a version of led bulbs that weren't engineered to fail early, as they didn't want to be replacing bulbs often with how many crazy tall buildings they have, of course sold to dubai exclusively.

Granted I'm comparing ac vs dc electric, but most all manufactures are intentionally not giving leds a chance to live their full lifespan. I'd love to go full leds, I just want them to actually last, lol!
 
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