Stock taillights, 1 hr of total work, scribing with a flathead outlining the bucket of the light, pair of sheetmetal cutters, put a ground on the pertruding bolts inside the tub for each light, drilled small pilot hole for the existing screws to hold the taillight in. I ended up drilling two of the screw holes in the light cover so that i could mount the bucket and remove the lens without the bucket coming with it. I'm happy with it
"Run what ya brung and hope ya done brung enough"
Originally Posted by pjleslie03
I know how bad the D35 is in the rear, but would it be bad to have one in the front?
02 Wrangler Sport: Before and After
I got bored,went to the store got LED lights and BOOOM! i did this
It took me about an hour to do(im a beginner,never had any experience doing this before)the cutting and the wiring.I like the way it looks,i spent about $130(lights,relay,hole saws and wire). They blink normally after installing the new Relay,