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Anyone looking for clear or smoked cab lights?

I picked up a set of clear cab lights for my 96 from Complete Performance.

Just wanted to show them off. I'm not sure if I like the clear. I may go back to smoked. Lol







The fit and finish is exactly like factory. So anyone looking for cab lights. Check them out. They come smoked as well. Iirc they are making kits with harnesses too. They are cheaper than the LMC ones and you won't be forced to buy a new set when the bulbs die like the LMC ones.

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I think he is making a bit of sales pitch not quite a for sale ad there dan

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Yeah. Just throwing them out there for others to see. Lol

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I think KS called dibs anyway

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