Thanks for the info.Maybe I will add a little of my own weather sealing but I am referring to the type of LED module they are using. I wouldn't think the strip style in the Amazon version is really going to produce much light. Looks like I could build that at home if my reflectors weren't red. As for the mounting issue it seems to be trivial for anyone mechanically inclined.I'm not sure that's the case. There are lots of complaints about fitment (particularly with the steel rubicon bumpers) and moisture intrusion with them.
Looks like a good ideaI’ve been eyeballing this product but haven’t purchased it yet.
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I also got the light for rear hatch window (wrapped) and I will let y'all know how the Oracle products work out.I have the Oracle lights and wiring harness (so I don't have to splice the wires myself) wrapped and under the tree, looking forward to installing them next week.
Well... not quite as easy as Rob from Quadratec makes it look, but once you have the proper tools to reach the 7mm screw in the bumper to remove it was very easy. Really enjoying the bright LED backup lights.I have the Oracle lights and wiring harness (so I don't have to splice the wires myself) wrapped and under the tree, looking forward to installing them next week.
Both please and thanks. 👍👊