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Unread 04-30-2012, 05:47 PM   #16
PA_YJ19
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I like ur idea jeeperdon, I may just have to copy this in the near future. I hate those stupid round lights, I bought a yj for the square lights....I don't see the point in putting round ones on the back, I see square versions of these led lights tho that i have been thinking about putting on the back. They now make a rectangular style with backup lights already in there too. But why bother if i can recess the stock ones i guess.

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