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I received a double order of these recently, and it's not often that I use the clear lens LED's on builds so I'd rather these not be sitting around gathering dust.

This is for five 95mm rear LED's; One reverse, two stop/tail and two amber indicator. The reverse and indicator lights are set up for an AMP Superseal plug which is not included with the lamp, however I'd be happy to either point you in the right direction on where to buy them, or I can supply the necessary components at an additional cost. The stop/tail just has a 3 wire pigtail which can be hooked up with whatever connectors you see fit. I use Deutsch DT's but they require fairly expensive tooling.

Anyways, these will drop into the existing 95mm plinths on your NAS truck. As with any LED indicator you'll need to run either a resistor or an LED flasher relay, which will also need to be purchased separately.

$550 shipped.

-Ash




 

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Paul,

These require a plug that is different from the AMP/Tyco connectors that are standard on the harness. The required connector is a TE 282080-2, which is pictured below.

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Sorry, I know this is a for sale thread but I was just wondering why they would require a plug different than the existing plug on the harness side of the vehicle?
 

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I have the option to either buy them with blank leads off the back or with a receptacle for the Superseal plugs, and I opt for the latter. The Tyco connectors that are on the Rover harness are typically pretty worn out due to age and exposure so it's certainly not a bad idea to replace them.

The Superseal is a very good weatherproof connector and I prefer to only have to buy the male component of the Superseal system versus adding a Tyco connector to the blank lead on the light and replacing the existing plug on the harness with a new one that isn't worn out. Your mileage may vary, but that's how I like to do it!

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Bump.

I also have a few sets of these with colored lenses as well if anyone is interested. I can provide the wiring harness pigtails and LED relay for another $100.

-Ash

 
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