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Justin: If you're looking to switch out the plain Jane factory tail lights on that 2018 and newer F-150, then you might wanna consider the Light Bar All Black LED Tail Lights that we have here. Now, these DOT approved lights will feature a full LED operation along with some bonus accent lighting all for right around that low $300 price point. Installation according to the site will get a solid one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and take about an hour at most of your time from start to finish, as we'll demonstrate later in the video.So, first things first, these tail lights will appeal to F-150 owners who do not currently have the Blind Spot Information System or BLIS installed on their F-150 and you're just looking to switch things up from those ordinary factory tail lights. Now, don't get me wrong, for most owners out there, I would say the stock tail lights are fine, right? They look great, but if you're the type of owner who loves to switch things up, you love to modify and personalize your rig, well then installing a set of aftermarket lights is one of the easiest and I would argue, depending on your choice, one of the most affordable ways to do so.Now, the light bar options that we have currently on the table here, gang, are certainly going to appeal more to the truck owners who prefer more of that modified or aftermarket look and there's nothing wrong with that. It's your truck, you can modify it however you like. However, if these guys are just a little bit too wild for you, Light Bar also offers a very similar-looking set, but with a red clear lens that I think toes the line perfectly between stock and an aftermarket light. But for the purposes of this video, let's focus in on the all black options. And again, on the surface, you are getting that black ABS housing topped off with a clear polycarbonate lens that's still gonna allow for plenty of light to shine through and still going allow for that DOT approval, which, by the way, makes these legal for use in all 50 states.But the big story is no doubt that full LED operation for you're running lights, your brake lights, your turn signals, and even the reverse lights. Now, your brake and tail lights are gonna be found up on the top portion here while the reverse light is going to be housed right in the center of that bottom square. Now, I will say that in my opinion, I think these things look better when they're all fired up. You see those red LEDs in action, but they don't look bad without lighting on as well, but just that LED I think really completes the package. [inaudible 00:02:23.215] small nitpick with these tail lights but outside of that, there really is a lot to like. And most importantly, guys, again, you are getting that added visibility thanks to the bright LEDs, which in turn will increase your safety on the road, and that's always a good thing.But now comes the moment in the video where I stop talking and we show you what it takes to get the light bar tail lights installed on your F-150 at home. And to give you a better idea of what to expect, here's our detailed walkthrough and quick tool breakdown.Man: The tools used for this install are an 8-millimeter socket and a small impact driver or ratchet.So, the first step of this install is gonna be to remove your factory tail light. I'm gonna use an 8-millimeter socket and I'm gonna be using a small impact gun, but you could be using a ratchet to get this job done. So, let's get started. Now that you have the two bolts removed, just grab onto the tail light and give it a little bit of a wiggle and a pull, and that should release the pins at the back. Now, you can unhook all your lights and you're good to go.So, before you can install your new tail light, we actually have to transfer one bulb from the old tail light assembly into the new tail light. So, we're gonna grab the bottom tail light bulb, twist the housing out and pull the bulb out and we're gonna transfer it over to our new connector, and we'll throw that right in there. Now, you can make your new connection for your new tail light, plug that in and slide the tail light into place. Just line up all your dowel holes and your bolt holes and push that in. And now you can reinstall your factory hardware.Once you have one side wrapped up, you can jump over to the other side and repeat the same exact process. And now, just like we did on the other side, we're gonna transfer the bulb over, install the bulb into the housing, and now we can make our connections and install our light.And that's gonna wrap up this review and install for the Light Bar LED Tail Lights in All Black. Thanks for watching. And for all things F-150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.
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Enhanced Lighting and Style. Make your Ford F-150’s rear end more noticeable to the drivers behind you by installing these All Black Light Bar LED Tail Lights. These tail lights are equipped with high-quality fiber optic LED lights that deliver an extremely bright and more consistent illuminative performance. What’s more, it boasts a rugged all-black design, which becomes even more prominent whenever you activate these tail lights.
Tough Tail Light Construction. Each lighting assembly is constructed with a heavy-duty black housing and shatter-resistant clear lens. As a result, these All Black Light Bar LED Tail Lights have the strength to keep up with the demands of harsh driving conditions and last you for several years to come.
Installs Like OE Counterparts. Connecting these tail lights to your truck’s lighting system will be a hassle-free task since they’re made to be exact replacements for your vehicle’s factory units. The entire installation procedure will take no more than an hour to complete.
Meets and Complies With Industry Standards. These lighting assemblies are approved by the SAE, so they can be used on the streets and highways. They’re also FMVSS 108-compliant and meet DOT regulations, as well as ISO 9000 and 9002 quality standards, making the superior quality additions to your truck’s setup.
Application. These All Black Light Bar LED Tail Lights fit all 2018-2020 Ford F-150 models without BLIS.
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