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Old 05-06-2010, 10:15 AM   #11
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looks like we're gonna go w/ the aftermarket light assemblies in my link sometime soon. they're DOT stamped and approved, so hopefully that means they'll be good fit as well as function.
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I can get you some tail light assemblies if you want. I frequent the junkyards and I know there are some out there in good shape.

If I'm not mistaken the '97 lights have the amber lenses included for the turn sig's, unlike the previous years that were just red and white (like my '94). Correct?

Lights are usually $40 each, so it would be $80 total plus shipping, plus my time/trouble... another $20. So if you're interested, I can get them to you for probably $120 for a pair in great shape.

PM me if interested.
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thanks for the offer, but i'm concerned about the life left in them(junk yard parts, especially for this application). besides, i can get the new aftermarket ones(pair) for less than $80 shipped.
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update:

well, i went ahead a bought a set for my wife as a Christmas gift. fit and function is just as good as OE. very easy install, plug and play. there was an issue w/ the OE ones that this aftermarket product should remedy--the old ones allowed water and moisture to build and rust the bulbs. the new set has drains as part of the assembly.

very happy w/ them and would def recommend them!
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