Reviewed By Xzaveon C (Aurora, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Mercury Milan —8/13/2018 10:19 AM
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Reviewed By William O (FOUNTAIN, CO) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Silverado —8/11/2018 10:59 AM
Got mine in smoke color and really look great with the color of the truck. Anyone who has changed these out in the past knows how easy they are to do. Only two screws on each side, tilt out and remove. The only change is that the back-up light is now at the top and not at the bottom, which at first look seems like they won't reach but there is sufficient slack to be pulled so that they will reach. Easy simple process and a great price for a nice upgrade.
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