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Another member is in Brazil now...$80-90 for new truck lights. Shipping would probably suck. I'll have to check.
Was it this guy??? Are they factory or aftermarket? Hows the fit?I paid $147 shipped on eBay from a seller in Brazil. He has smoked and regular both. Now that I have them on and working I really like them.
Yes that's him. They fit like stock but the bulb sockets are a little different so I had to modify them a little with a dremel, no big deal.Was it this guy??? Are they factory or aftermarket? Hows the fit?
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They look and fit like factory better than the aftermarket lights that I had before.I think all Brazilian tail lights are aftermarket. Not sure if GM actually made them. Mine came from Sweden and are marked with a name I don't remember off the top of my head, and say made in Brazil.
That I would agree with. They fit and look factory. The plastic used is more brittle though. That is mostly what I noticed. I got used parts that had broken mounting points so I got very intimate with them. I wasn't too happy because I thought I was getting good parts. Live and learn I guess. If this guy in Brazil is selling them new, I'd definitely be interested.They look and fit like factory better than the aftermarket lights that I had before.
I tried several sockets and couldn't find one that fit so I ended up modifying them to make them work. If you could come up with a part number that would help. I couldn't find one for the double filament location either.Try the reverse sockets in the amber hole. There's a US spec socket that fits it just fine - I used them on my Blazer tails, but don't remember exactly, which. Reverse makes sense in my memory because it's a single filament application.