1938-1939 Ford Tail/Stop Light Kit with Frenching Buckets
38-39 Ford, Complete Assembly Tail Light Component, Driver and Passenger Side Position, Red
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Polished stainless steel rim taillights for 1938-1939 Ford. These taillights have a glass lens, a single 1157 dual-filament bulb, and match the original tail lights closely. This kit also includes all-steel buckets that allow you to "French" your taillights into the body. Welding & bodywork are required
- For 12 volt systems
- Glass lens
- 1157 dual-filament bulb
- Sold as a pair
Note: Due to the 1-piece backing plate design and factory crimped bezel, the bulbs in these taillights are not easily replaceable. Slight bending of the bezel may be required to remove the lens to access the bulb/socket area.
Wiring Code (OLD and NEW versions):
- 3-Wire Housing
- White wire = Ground
- Black wire = taillight
- Green wire = Stop/turn
- 2-Wire Housing
- White wire = Stop/turn
- Black wire = taillight
- Ground the housing
What's In The Kit
1938-1939 Ford Tail Light Frenching BucketPart # 91137039Qty x 2
Speedway 1938-39 Ford Red Tail/Stop LightsPart # 91137015Qty x 2
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