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Trail Tail LED Tail lights are the ultimate upgrade to the tail end of your Jeep. The slim profile takes care of the possibility of damaging stock tail lights on tight trails, as well as provides a clean look.
They are specifically designed to take trail abuse and have an extra tough circuit board with poly resin to keep them waterproof.
Trail Tails have 130 red, 18 white reverse lights, and 5 side super-bright LEDs to light up the night and keep your vehicle visible. To replace 4 inch grommet style use TT Adapter.
A little pricey perhaps but 100% satisfied. They seem solidly built and are adequately bright and the switch from park to brake is obvious and noticeable unlike some other leds on the market. Great product
Much better than my old Lite-Dots which failed completely on one and partially on the other. Put out more lumens. Easy wire up. Hope they have a long life.
The are a great simple replacement to the stock ugly taillights on a TJ.
I have a 1983 CJ-7 with the license plate mounted below the tail light on the driver's side. Will this unit provide license plate illumination to keep me street legal? >
Asked by Bull from Prescott, AZ on
Hi Bull from Prescott, These Max-Bilt Trail Tail LED Tail Lights are not CJ specific and do not include a lower light for License plate illumination. Thank you for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Prescott, AZ on
Does it have a light at the bottom for the license plate?
Asked by Eddie from Severance, CO on
Hey Eddie, the Max-Bilt Trail Tail LED Tail Lights does have a light at the bottom for the license plate. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Severance, CO on
I have an '03 Rubicon. Are these flush mount or does one need to cut a mounting hole in the body?
Asked by Mudogah from Lander, Wyoming on
Mudogah, The Max-Bilt Trail Tail LED Tail Lights will stick out around 3/4". They use factory mounting locations and you simply splice the wires in. I run a set on my LJ and I am extremely happy with them. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Adam from Lander, Wyoming on