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Led tail/reverse lights.

I bought these for my yj project but they aren't going to work out for me. The center part is recessed into a 4.5 hole but with the reverse light part it's too big around without relocating the fuel filler on it. $60 and I can ship usps flat rate at no charge. I do have the wired plugs that go alaong with them.
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I bought these for my yj project but they aren't going to work out for me. The center part is recessed into a 4.5 hole but with the reverse light part it's too big around without relocating the fuel filler on it. $60 and I can ship usps flat rate at no charge. I do have the wired plugs that go alaong with them.
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If it's for the pair, i'll take them.

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Yes it's for the pair. Pm coming your way.

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Your PM box is full.
The plugs for the back of the lights are with them. You'd have to wire them to the jeep wires.

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Still for sale.

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Bump, still have these.

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