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post #16 of 692 Old 06-25-2009, 10:47 PM
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Cool! Get a billet 6061 housing and I'll buy it! I'm all for saving money but you know how the saying goes!

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Like I said, great looking product...Out of my $$$$ range ... good luck though

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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.
There will be side markers lights to comply with local laws. These are bright. I'll get some night time pix tomorrow.

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Thank you very much, I like what I see so far!

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I like the OEM shape only flush! Any chance to get them with a black frame?
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I like the OEM shape only flush! Any chance to get them with a black frame?
We haven't planned any black units. You can paint, powder coat or anodize them to your liking.

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hmmm....must wait....
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Had I not JUST bought all my LED lights... I'd do this. But you are about a week and a half too late.

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$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
Yeah, if you're into the round LED trailer lites, these probably aren't your cup o' tea.

The LED part is just happenstance. What spurred this product was some factory tail lights I recessed flush into the corners on Jon's rig, which by the way is my personal favorite look. I just like the way Jeep tail lights look on a Jeep, and when recessed, that's the best.

Unfortunately, it's a lot of work to do it on the 03 and up rigs because of the emissions crap behind the light. This is intended to be a decent compromise with a much lower profile light that required no cutting or drilling and the only way to do that was with a self contained DOT compliant LED light.

I'd have been perfectly fine if we could have found an incandescent light that was only 5/8" thick.

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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.

Gerald, is this promise like the one where the skids for states that have salt in the winter would be shipped with Alodyne chemshield... and then it turns out you guys don't have a way to DO chemshield, even for customers who specifically request the chemshield and relied on what you state on a public forum about your products proir to the order?


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Your products are great. Your designer does a killer job. But your marketing guy needs to stop making promises that are untrue of shipped products. And if it's your beancounter making these changes... better start talking to the beancounter.

You describe features here on JF, you need to deliver on those promises.

So... guess thse taillights will be direct plug into factory harness, and blink at correct factory speed on stock flashers, right?

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Yeah, if you're into the round LED trailer lites, these probably aren't your cup o' tea.

The LED part is just happenstance. What spurred this product was some factory tail lights I recessed flush into the corners on Jon's rig, which by the way is my personal favorite look. I just like the way Jeep tail lights look on a Jeep, and when recessed, that's the best.

Unfortunately, it's a lot of work to do it on the 03 and up rigs because of the emissions crap behind the light. This is intended to be a decent compromise with a much lower profile light that required no cutting or drilling and the only way to do that was with a self contained DOT compliant LED light.

I'd have been perfectly fine if we could have found an incandescent light that was only 5/8" thick.

You got me all wrong, I like these lights. I also like all the LED styles ( round. oval, etc.. ) I also really like the factory look. The billet 6061 housing and recessed mounting is really cool. I would think about getting them, Just the price at $189 shipped... It's to much money to spend on tail lights......Good luck, and I really hope you guys sell a lot..
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they are cheaper and cooler looking than litedots, alot of people like litedots, but alot of people get rid of them because they arent bright enough. Im interested in the night pics, and yeah i would have to have the street version.
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Well those are nice but I just bought new lights 3 weeks ago.
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I believe 97's have a different plug. Will you have a set for those as well?
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