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2018 LTZ taillights


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1 hour ago, Nobody-117 said:

Does anyone have a set of 2018 Ltz Led taillights for sale with the 3' harness? I am looking to swap them onto my 2015 chevy silverado 1500. Any help is appreciated in locating a set. 

PM  Frankielozano214 to see if he has any. Always has something for sale for the K2's.

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