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Hi guys. So today, we're checking out the Axial LED Halo Tail Lights, fitting all 2007 to 2018 JK Wranglers.So if you are in search of one of the most affordable LED tail Lights on the page, also getting a big upgrade in styling and lending performance, this option by Axial is something that you'll definitely want to check out. Now, this will be great for anybody who is not a fan of the factory styling or the factory lighting performance and is looking for a step up in that. Or if you've broken a tail light while you're out on the trail, or one has burnt out, you're looking for a replacement but also want an upgrade in the meantime, this again will be a great choice. So these are going to have multiple LEDs inside. It will not only give you better lighting performance while backing up at night and making you more noticeable on the street to other drivers, but this is also going to just increase the styling with a more modernized look.And as you can tell, we have the running light on here, and that is going to give it a lot more styling and also have, sort of, a fiber optic of fact. Now, what I do also really like about this option is the fact that this score now have a black housing and a smoked lens. That'll be great for anybody who is a fan of that blacked outlook and wants it mapped with any other black accessories and is looking for that smoked aesthetic to the backend of their Wrangler. Now, with all that being said, like I said before, these are going to be incredibly affordable for a tail light set coming in at roughly $150. Now, I personally think that you are definitely getting your money's worth when it comes to what these tail lights bring to the table in that $150 mark.Now, in comparison to some other choices on the page, a lot of the time LED tail lights do really come down to your personal preference in design. A lot of them just switch it up as far as the internal lighting is concerned or the setup of the lights itself. Some of their options may not have this running light or fiber optic look to it. Some may just have multiple LEDs and multiple reflectors inside. Some may not come with this smoke lens. They may have a clear lens, or they may have more of a Euro-style design with the clear lens and the white and red lighting in comparison to this where it has more of a sleek look with that smoke lens and the black housing. So it, kind of, comes down to your personal preference in design. However, if you are a fan of that blacked outlook, you're looking for a bold running light option that this has, and you're also looking for better lighting performance, then this is a great choice.As far as install is concerned, this is incredibly easy to install. Everything is plug and play. I'm going to give it a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meaner taking you no time at all in order to get these installed with some very basic hand tools. So speaking of that install, let's jump to that now.The tools that I used for my install were an impact wrench, and a Phillips head socket.So in order to take out our tail light, we need to remove the two Phillips head screws that are holding it in. Now I'm going to use a Phillips head socket. You could also use a Phillips head screwdriver. I'm just going to use the socket with my impact wrench to remove them. Then we can unplug it and install our new light.Once the two screws are removed, we can pop this out of place. We can press down on this tab, pull back on the harness. And that is our tail light uninstalled. Then we can grab our new tail light and install the same way that we took it out. So this is going to be completely plug and play. All we have to do is plug in our factory harness, make sure that it clicks. We can position this in the same location as our factory one. Take our factory hardware and secure that into place. Just going to thread one in and then the other, and then we can tighten them now. You want to make sure not to over-tighten them so you don't crack the plastic lens. Then we can repeat that process on the other side.All right. I did want to stop down and show you guys a little bit more about this new tail light setup in comparison to our factory one and show you some of the similarities and differences between the two. Now, just as a brief overview of our factory light, we're just going to have a standard setup. This is going to have a black housing on the back. We're going to have our standard red reflector on the front, the white reflector down at the bottom for our backup light and then we're going to have standard haulage in bold on the inside. And it's going to be good for stock lighting performance. It does pretty well in stock applications, but it is going to give us some pretty plain styling comparison to our new tail lights that are right next to it.Now, this is also going to come with the black housing on the back but it's going to come with the black housing on the front and a smoke lens. And that's going to give you a very sleek look to the back end of your Wrangler. And it's really good for somebody who is a fan of that blacked outlook or that blacked-out aesthetic. Now, this will also incorporate a different design on the inside when it comes to at the lights. Now, on the outside of the housing itself, this is going to have a C-shaped running light that's going to illuminate red whenever your running lights are on, giving it more of a fiber-optic effect. It does look very sleek when the running lights are on and I am personally a big fan of that.Now, we're moving onto the inside of the tail light or the center of the tail light. You're going to have a tri-bar design on the top and the bottom. Now, those are going to have a white reflector at first, but when you step on the brake pedal, they are going illuminate to red. And inside, of course, you're going to have LED technology in comparison to the halogen. So you are getting some better lighting performance, making you more noticeable on the road. And with that backup light in the center, going to give you some better visibility out of the rear end of your Jeep. And not to mention, like you just saw, this is going to be a completely plug and play design. You just have one connector on the back. It will include the anti-flicker. So you really don't have to worry about that. There's no wiring included, so it makes it a no-fuss install. And then overall, no-fuss design, you just really have to plug it in and install those two screws and you're all good to go like you just saw.So that's going to wrap it up for my review and install. Make sure you like and subscribe. For more videos and products just like this, and always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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