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I am going to replace my tinted tails sometime soon, as I thought it through and here drivers are idiots and I have heard a lot lately that tinted tails will cause you to be "at fault" if someone rear ends you. I am looking for pics of these tails on our trucks. Every pic I could find wasn't too great. Anyone have them??? I am torn between these ones and the stock red tails from the factory. Thanks in advance!!!
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I am going to replace my tinted tails sometime soon, as I thought it through and here drivers are idiots and I have heard a lot lately that tinted tails will cause you to be "at fault" if someone rear ends you. I am looking for pics of these tails on our trucks. Every pic I could find wasn't too great. Anyone have them??? I am torn between these ones and the stock red tails from the factory. Thanks in advance!!!
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My OE tails are fading.
As much as I'm tempted to tint them, the one place I don't want to take a chance is the tails.
I do plan to convert them to LEDs though.

ANY modification to any signal-lamp, front or rear could possibly be cited in court.

If you get into a serious accident, meaning loss of life or serious injury to you or someone in another vehicle, a sharp accident investigator could notice your tint or other mod and use it in court.

I say this with a 3rd brakelamp currently replaced with a blank black polycarbonate piece.
I intended to drill it with holes and mount LEDs but time and circumstances got away from me. I plan to get it done before the end of the year.
 

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ANY modification to any signal-lamp, front or rear could possibly be cited in court.
And this is precisely the reason for me wanting to swap mine out. "Possibly" is enough to convince me. Plus, I feel like tinted tails was a phase. For me anyway
 
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