Thanks bro, here you go. This is where I got them from, of course there's many other sellers with the same ones, but I usually go for the one with a good rating closest to 100%. Yeah, I was the same way, I even bought two different sets of LED bulbs and neither worked for me. One came with resistors I had to cut in and the others were supposed to have them built in and claimed they worked but didn't. Anyways, I'm happy with these and I'm sure they'll look better when I wash my truck... LOL https://www.ebay.com/itm/For-2014-2017-Chevy-Silverado-Black-Smoke-Rear-LED-Tail-Lights-Brake-Lamps-Pair/382155282876?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649
Thanks bro, I was the same way, really wanted the factory LED ones but couldn't justify the price when these were half of what everyone wanted for the OEMs. I like how these are different too. Semper Fi Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
Installed new taillights last night. Was trying to go the bulb route with built in resistors but they didn't work out. So I got these off ebay. They look good and are bright even under my daylight LED yard light. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
I actually did it backwards. I placed them where I thought they looked centered on the bumper, then cut the holes out. It wasn't until I tried mounting them that I noticed they hit the brackets so I just trimmed the lights a little on the backside fins and then they fit good. If you try to clear the brackets completely, they end to far towards the license plate and I didn't care for that, but that's my opinion. From there, I just wired them into the trailer light plug reverse wire, pretty simple. I made a template, taped it off, drilled some starter holes and used a jigsaw to cut the holes out.
I went ahead and just ordered a set of these... I have some bright LED reverse bulbs and I like that I get to keep them with these instead of having a small LED board for reverse lights. I'll post pics after I get them installed.
Nice, I'd like to know if they actually work unlike the ones I got. The LTZ factory tail lights are steep. EDIT: I was just reading through some of the reviews and came across this one from a guy with a 2014 Silverado... Sounds like they might actually work.
I was looking at those exact same ones on eBay, trying to decide on red or the smoke ones. I'm kind of leaning towards the red and then just smoking them out myself. As for the 3rd, I already have some bright LED bulbs in there and I smoked that out also but I could always do it again.
I kind of thought the same thing but figured I give them a shot knowing I could get a refund if they didn't work. I think I'm gonna give up on just getting the bulbs and look into replacing the whole tail lights altogether with some that have the LEDs built in or the factory LTZ LED tail lights. What's the name of that company though, I might look into some for the front signals, I still want to replace those also.
I bought some of these, https://www.ebay.com/itm/2019-LASFIT-7443-7444-Red-LED-Anti-Hyper-Flash-Rear-Turn-Signal-Brake-Tail-Light/123892367765?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649, for the rear and they didn't work, still have the hyperflash after 3 blinks. They are bright as hell though but for what I paid, not worth it. Seller is going to refund full purchase price and send me a return label for them. Customer service is very good, I will say that.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2019-LASFIT-7443-7444-Red-LED-Anti-Hyper-Flash-Rear-Turn-Signal-Brake-Tail-Light/123892367765?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 Bought a couple of these for the tail lights and they didn't work as described, still have the hyperflash. I contacted the seller and they are going to send me an RMA to return and a full refund. They are super bright though and I like that but I was looking to not have to add resistors and by reading the description, I thought these would have worked out. So, I'll be sending these back and looking for a pair of 2018 factory LED taillights or something similar now.
I actually had an issue with my brakes not too long ago after the recall came out. I was backing into a parking spot and it felt like I had to push a little harder to stop the truck, even then it felt like it still rolled back slowly. Luckily I didn't hit anything but after turning the truck off and back on after a while, they felt fine again. I scheduled my truck for service the following Monday and sure enough, they said the vacuum pump was going out and replaced it at no charge since my truck was still under warranty and took care of the recalls also. Brakes have been fine ever since.
Finally got around to installing my dual LED fog lights. Had some beautiful weather this weekend so I got out there and put in some wrench time on the truck. It was a real PITA doing the first one, you know with all the trial and error but the second one went in a lot quicker. I used some brackets I got to mount the fogs and I used some retainer clips and screws I had lying around to mount the brackets to factory holes in the OEM housing. Now I can remove the whole bracket with lights without having to remove the whole factory fog light bracket. I still need to aim them a little lower but they are bright. I'll get some pics of the retainer clips and how they're mounted later as well.
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