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Unread 08-18-2010, 05:39 PM   #1
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Anyone have info on these LED tail lights?

I'm looking to buy LED tail lights for my 01 TJ. I do not want to cut the tub, or do any extravagant wiring as i have little knowledge in that area. I was looking at these Jeep LED Conversion Lights

the youtube video makes it seem too easy. google didnt have much to offer.

anyone have any info or insight??
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Unread 08-18-2010, 05:45 PM   #2
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My good friend & fellow JF member Jerry (JeepsOLot) has them on his '92 YJ and I can tell you that they are VERY bright! I have the flush 4" and had to cut a hole in my tub & wire them up to install them. Jerry preferred to avoid that (as you do too) and as far as I know he is very pleased with them.

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I looked into them. I would love them. but just too much last time i checked
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Unread 08-19-2010, 12:06 AM   #4
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For that price I would pony up a little more and get the Savvy tail lights. I have a set and couldn't be happier. They are billet aluminum housings with LED inserts. I don't think you can find a brighter taillights, that looks like a Jeep and is almost flush. These are way better quality then those cheap LED add ins.

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For that price I would pony up a little more and get the Savvy tail lights. I have a set and couldn't be happier. They are billet aluminum housings with LED inserts. I don't think you can find a brighter taillights, that looks like a Jeep and is almost flush. These are way better quality then those cheap LED add ins.

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I have the SAVVY tail lights. Excellent product.
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Nice lights, but, OUCH! I paid $75 a piece for mine, and I thought I was getting bent over for what I got. That one looks to be a better product then mine, though.

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Unread 08-19-2010, 04:38 PM   #7
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thank you all. question about the savvy lights. im waiting on the password to see the installation but is it necessary to relocate the license plate? im assuming this is for the light to light the plate up? thanks
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Does anyone know if you also have to change the relay? if yes which one do you recomend.



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damn those savvy lights are nice. if i still had a wrangler (and more expendable cash) i'd be all over those
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thank you all. question about the savvy lights. im waiting on the password to see the installation but is it necessary to relocate the license plate? im assuming this is for the light to light the plate up? thanks
Yes, but they have a nice bracket that you can use now with LED lights that you can get with it for your license plate. I got my lights before this was available.

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Does anyone know if you also have to change the relay? if yes which one do you recomend.

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Yes, and I would get the one that Savvy sells. That has proven to be the most full proof relay to find.


If you call Gerald at Savvy, he will probably hook you up with a better deal then online. They've also got a promo going on for Labor day.
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Yes, and I would get the one that Savvy sells. That has proven to be the most full proof relay to find.


If you call Gerald at Savvy, he will probably hook you up with a better deal then online. They've also got a promo going on for Labor day.
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