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    Flush mount military tail lights completed

    Took the aft. To complete the flush mount military tail light project, looks a little better than the stock set up imho.
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    I really like the looks of those lights, where did ya get them and how spendy are they??

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    nice mod!

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    tail light buckets came from https://www.real4wd.com/zedSuite/cat...detailid=97680 $6.86 U.S. each, shipping is a killer so I had them sent to inlaws in the states then mailed USPS so no brokerage fees. still $25.00 in mail to send. The lights I bought from Carelton Auto Gov. Surplus in Carleton Place 613-253-0569. and painted them black from the O.D. green then just swapped out the 24V bulbs for 12V. They are available on E-bay and countless other sources on the web as they are a standard tail light on M/V. the biggest stumbling block was feeling comfortable hacking that huge hole in the back of the Jeep! the end product was worth it for me not a ton of money, and it looks good to me.

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    Nice. Care to post some more over all finished shots?
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    Looks wicked man, nice job. I see those everyday and have been seriously considering it for my new build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattK View Post
    Looks wicked man, nice job. I see those everyday and have been seriously considering it for my new build.
    I see someone has their internet back!
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    Drizit, tell me what you want a picture of and I will post it, as for an "overall finished shot" when is a project Jeep ever finished!

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