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I'm working on the rear lights; turn, backup, brake, and license plate. Except for the backup lights, everything is the correct size. 

What do you think?

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Looks Good!

I might be partial to having the directionals outboard instead of the brake lights.

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Look too modern on my taste. And I'm partial to Jim's opinion about the directionals.

Don't you like those boxed SS light bars which are also spring-loaded flap hangers? They could be bought as a cheap version of 430 steel for nearly $130 (as mines were and stay good) and there's also version with no cut-outs at all so you can apply your own imagination designing the lights on them.

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Keith, I also would like to see the directionals outboard but I love the old fashioned arrow type signal lights!Didn't know they were still sold! One thing about the location of the lights they are protected from damage and stones etc by the frame rails!

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22 hours ago, Keith S said:

I'm working on the rear lights; turn, backup, brake, and license plate. Except for the backup lights, everything is the correct size. 

What do you think?

Looks great! Probably no way to stack the turns and brakes on top of each other?

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I have led sequential arrow turn signals on the front of my B.  Pricey but I like the way they look.  Fit STD oval opening.

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I like version 2 as well.... now put the blinker on top.

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