70-73 LED tail lights with amber turn signals

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    Lrader99 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Designated turn signals are amber for a few reasons:
    -Amber is extremely easy to identify as turn signal/hazard when brake lights are lit.
    -Amber turns are required in EU.
    -Turn signals are required to be amber or red. I prefer Amber.

    If you tell me exactly what you are looking for I can accommodate you.

    I can do lights in the following styles: each light has inner and outer lights.

    Terminology:
    LH/RH inner lights (contains inner and outer leds)
    LH/RH Outer lights (contains inner and outer leds)

    -Dual park/Brake (outer LEDs park/ Inner ones are brake) contains no reverse. All 4 lights have the same function.
    -Park/brake & turn/rev (outer lights(inner brake, outer park) Inner lights(inner reverse, outer turn signal(amber)))
    -Park/Brake/ Turn & Brake/Turn/Reverse (outer lights(inner park, outer brake/turn), inner lights(inner reverse, outer brake/turn))

    I think I have answered all of your questions. LED kits do not come with lenses. They are separate.
     
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    I can support these. They look really good, good job.
     
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    Which style did u get? I am leaning towards dual tail/stop. I may try to add some type of reverse light later. That sequential turn looks interesting also
     
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    All red colors
     
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    I can give you dual turn/brake/park and give you reverse on the inboard lights. reverse would be white but I can do all the rest in red.
     
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    Which looks better at night. Park lights in outer ring or inner ring?
     
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    How does this work? Can u use the outer ring for park and brake/turn ?
     
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    I will use the outer ring for brake and turn, the inner ring for park and I will take a portion of the inner section for reverse. The inner sections are actually 2 separate sections combined into one.

    All 4 outer sections will be brake/turn, a portion of all 4 inner sections will be park, the other portion inner sections will be reverse on the inboard lights.
     
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    How does that look? Will both inner section be part reverse?
    Sorry for so many questions but I am fixing to order
     
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    After looking at ur website I think park outers look nicer. Can u make all inners brake/turn with rev mixed in all 4 inner sections? So I would have 4 stop/turn inners with 4 mixed in rev lights. Plus 4 outer park lights
     
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