1940-1953 Chevy Truck LED Tail Lights
42-53 Chevy Truck, 1946 Chevy CK, 46-52 Chevy Fleetline Truck, 46-48 Chevy Fleetmaster Truck
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These 12 volt LED tail lights fit most 1940-1953 Chevrolet trucks that use two staggered bolts on the rear for mounting. A total of 45 super bright red LEDs mount in a stainless steel housing.
- Polycarbonate Lens
- The left drivers side taillight has a license plate 6 LED light.
- The right passenger side taillight does not have a license plate light.
Note: A LED flasher is only required when all the lights on the vehicle are LED.
Item DetailsWith license plate light provision
- 2-3/4" wide
- 4-1/8" high
- Reasonably flat on the back
- Wiring Guide:
- White - Grounded
- Red - Stop/Turn
- Black - Taillights
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