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Savvy 06-25-2009 09:35 PM

Savvy Off Road Only LED Trail Lights
 
I could not help myself! When a cool product reaches my hands I must show them off. These are hot off the CNC mill.

Let's talk bling! The classic Jeep LED tail lights with a Savvy twist! In stock and shipping! LED Flashers Relays and LED Light Bolts are optional with a nice discount when purchased with the Savvy Tail Lights.

These willl come in anodized Black and brushed finish. Billet 6061-T6 milled makes these among the strongest tail light housings on the market.

These are shipping NOW!

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mcg311TJ 06-25-2009 09:40 PM

1st.......


I'll just ask again on this thread..
When you say.. Plug and play installation. NO SPLICING wires!...Does that mean that you don't have to get the flasher mod?

Will you be selling these as kits with the flasher module? ( if needed )
And what will the prices look like?

lumpster 06-25-2009 09:41 PM

Price? how long for the street versions? Price on said street versions?

BTW nice idea, looks alot more jeepish than litedots.

shortydog33 06-25-2009 09:42 PM

Those are sweet!! I will have to wait for the street version though as the police love to pull us over for anything here in Cali, broke *** state is looking for money anyway they can get it.

Unlimited04 06-25-2009 09:56 PM

i take it they use the stock holes? looks awesome btw.

Savvy 06-25-2009 09:59 PM

We are hammering our machinist and LED suppliers now. We are looking at $189 shipped. If a flasher module is needed, it will be included.

I had the 4" LEDs and I was never happy with them. I really like the Jeep classic lamps and wanted this look but I wanted something tough. So, Blaine ran with it. A lot of people don't want to cut up their tub. These make that unnecessary by using all of the stock mounting holes.

These will be ready for shipment in a couple of weeks. The Street version shortly after.

mcg311TJ 06-25-2009 10:09 PM

$189 shipped....Wow, those are nice..Just not that nice... I could do LED's F/R for about $80...Good looking product, Just a little bit out of my price range..Good luck

Savvy 06-25-2009 10:15 PM

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Originally Posted by mcg311TJ (Post 7476603)
$189 shipped....Wow, those are nice..Just not that nice... I could do LED's F/R for about $80...Good looking product, Just a little bit out of my price range..Good luck

I hear you! Add in a flasher module and your upto $110 and backup lights your at $150. Then you have to splice your wires and cut holes in your tub.

KKiowaTJ 06-25-2009 10:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mcg311TJ (Post 7476603)
$189 shipped....Wow, those are nice..Just not that nice... I could do LED's F/R for about $80...Good looking product, Just a little bit out of my price range..Good luck

I agree, I did mine, Flush mount front and rear for $75 with the new flasher. But i dont look at my jeep the way most do, This is a cleaner neater appearance looking lite like lite dot's. If i was into aluminum items and bling, I would pick these over lite dot's. Looks better IMO. But i didn't care so i started cutting and flush mounted both. To each their own. If i hadn't have cut up my tub, I might have bought them:rofl:, Good luck

KKiowaTJ 06-25-2009 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by provelogear (Post 7476654)
I hear you! Add in a flasher module and your upto $110 and backup lights your at $150. Then you have to splice your wires and cut holes in your tub.

The down sides.....:(

mcg311TJ 06-25-2009 10:25 PM

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Originally Posted by provelogear (Post 7476654)
I hear you! Add in a flasher module and your upto $110 and backup lights your at $150. Then you have to splice your wires and cut holes in your tub.

NO NO NO, $ 80 for all the parts :nono: ... Ebay, craigslist, Truck pro, wally world..to name a few...Gen right sells the flasher module, But I know I've seen it cheaper.

Splice your wires and cut holes in your tub..You got me there... :teehee:
That's why I have done it yet.... :fear: Wiring should not be a problem....cutting, not to happy with that.

Unlimited04 06-25-2009 10:29 PM

side question...are those aluminum corners ? :D

Savvy 06-25-2009 10:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Unlimited04 (Post 7476747)
side question...are those aluminum corners ? :D

Oops! They are but not ours. They are the Genright Stretch Aluminum Corners.

Flynnster 06-25-2009 10:43 PM

Two things, what are the marker lights you speak of for the street version? (I have a feeling I am going to feel dumb when i get the answer) And how much brighter than stock are these? I have recently been wanting bright reverse lights for night time.

Savvy 06-25-2009 10:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mcg311TJ (Post 7476722)
NO NO NO, $ 80 for all the parts :nono: ... Ebay, craigslist, Truck pro, wally world..to name a few...Gen right sells the flasher module, But I know I've seen it cheaper.

Splice your wires and cut holes in your tub..You got me there... :teehee:
That's why I have done it yet.... :fear: Wiring should not be a problem....cutting, not to happy with that.

Cool! Get a billet 6061 housing and I'll buy it! I'm all for saving money but you know how the saying goes! :D

Gerald


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