The third brake light bulb I bought from superbrightleds.com and the stock socket accepts either 194 or 921 size bulbs, which are pretty common. Here's a link to it: http://www.superbrightleds.com/morei...se-tower/1563/ and it seems like it improved the reaction time of other drivers behind me. It's pretty bright and disperses light well since the stock housing for the third brake light is small plus you don't have to mess with or change the flasher since it's not on the flasher circuit. Make sure you buy it it in RED to match the color of the reflector though. You may find it cheaper on ebay as I only bought mine from superbrightleds since I had good luck with them in the past.
The 2357 bulbs for the two tail lights are just standard bulbs you can buy at even walmart and they are a bit better than stock. I do have projector LED bulbs as backup lights in the stock housing which work great but took some minor modification to work properly so it was about the same price as buying off-the-shelf backup lights from walmart.
Thanks for the response. Gonna add it to my list of bulbs on order and see how she works. Now to figure out which LED dome light replacement to order.
I had to explain to roommates at school that my jeep was no less secure in our parking garage topless/doorless & in fact overall it was safer having my windows & doors locked in my room than on the jeep
Thanks man! Found it at oreilleys, $43, AND I have $30 in rewards coupons. Today the Jeep giveth
Don't worry tomorrow she'll take away X2! that's my luck anyway
It's better to be dead and cool than alive and uncool.
Nothing like a permanent reminder of a temporary feeling. I have a few.
4.0 auto, 8.8 rear with detroit locker, 4.10's and 33x 12.50's
Did some light-duty wheeling.
Just running through some trails along the river ... we've had a lot of rain the last few weeks... lots of mud and LOTS of erosion ... made for a slow, rough, but fun ride! (and went through a few hundred rounds of .40 S&W while we were out there )
The driveline issues have gotten serious enough that dad does not want me driving home. Looks like my step dad is going to have to drive the Powerstroke and gooseneck all the way to Raleigh and back to get my POS home. I am so done with this POS.
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