Being seen in the dark can be easy if you know what kind of lights to use to safely navigate through pitch-black areas. If for whatever reason you need to shut off your headlights, grille marker lights can be lit up to mark your location. Neil decided he doesn’t need the utility but does think they look pretty cool, and that’s reason enough to get Raptor style amber LED grille lights!
We are pleased to introduce to you our LATEST LED light bar design! Dealing with light bars with annoying screws sticking out the way they do is very cumbersome and irritating at times because they make the installation process longer. How are you supposed to slip your LED light bar in between your mounting brackets when there’s a metal rod sticking out on both ends? Moreover, you’re stuck in the mud if these threaded screws break off! So instead of working with built-in screws, bolt your screws on your single-row LED light bar instead!
Leo came by our storefront with his Mercedes G63 to pick up a few new products for his luxurious SUV, and he stuck around just long enough for us to ask him if we can try out an installation for our rear LED turn signal tail lights. We learned quite a bit as the installation process took about 3 hours! Thankfully Leo was very patient with us and received the LED assembly for his troubles. We’ve overhauled our installation guide so you guys can get it right the first time. With that being said, this is how to install our G-Class LED turn signal tail lights.
Our F1 style Subaru LED rear fog/brake light for the WRX, WRX STi, Impreza, and Crosstrek is an extremely popular LED light many Subaru enthusiasts like to add to their tail end. Not only does it replace their lower bumper bezel with a highly functional running light, but it also has an awesome strobing effect as they apply their brakes to warn drivers behind them that they are stopping in style. With a straightforward installation process, it’s no wonder the F1 style LED tail/brake lamp are practically flying off the shelves! While the wiring is simple, it’s also easy to get them mixed up and as a result, the Subaru LED brake light doesn’t work as it should. So what do you do?