Here is the view with the brake pedal depressed. The old LED (red lens) is on the left (driver's side). On my digital camera, the standard red LED shows with a slight yellowish tint. My point here is that you don't see a red, white, and blue LED on the passenger side.....and neither will a law enforcement officer.
Without the brakes applied, the lights are back to their normal colors. It had been a couple of years since I last visited the American Superlite web site. I was surprised at the variety of lens colors they have available....all emitting a bright red when power is applied.
Now is probably a good time to mention that American Superlites are made in the USA and come with an unlimited lifetime warranty. Yeah...they cost a few $$ more than the ones made in China....but you also don't have to worry about driving down the road with one of those 52 LED tail lights that have 10 tiny LEDs not lit. DOH!
I thought I would include a photo of the LED mounting when done with the flange mount so you know what those look like as well. As I intend to use the grommets, I didn't drill the three mounting holes used to secure the flange onto body.
How much do they cost? As I do this write-up, the USA flag LEDs sell for $68, shipped to your door. That includes the LEDs, mounting flanges, and pig tails. The same model American Superlites with standard red or clear lens are $62.
To place an order to get an answer to your question, you can reach Mark at 805-340-9619 or just drop him an e-mail.
Mark had sent me a couple photos of his TJ. I thought he had a pretty good looking rig and since I had space here, I thought I would show you what it looks like.
Mark's TJ sports a pair of clear lens Amercian Superlite LEDs. The next time I get to California, I'm going to see if I can look him up and at least say HI.....and with luck, run a trail or two with him.
That's about it for this product review.
4x4 Off-Road Homestead Firearms RC Models