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Would this look good?

Has anyone ever seen euro tails smoked or tinted? Did it look good? And if anyone had some pictures I would really appreciate it.
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im sure u have seen these i was thinking about putting the black on my truck be it would match the tint on the windows and door panels etc

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just get 2006+ taillights, and Nite-Shade them. so much sexier.
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I'd love to have those first set of lights on my truck.

They look snazzy.
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I'm a big fan of keeping the stock style lights and shading them or the like. The ones above, or euros look plain nasty to me. They look okay in the picture, but actually putting them on the truck...they'll look like crap. imo
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I'm a big fan of keeping the stock style lights and shading them or the like. The ones above, or euros look plain nasty to me. They look okay in the picture, but actually putting them on the truck...they'll look like crap. imo

i saw what u posted on RPS god about a month or so back when u shaded your lights good job man. what did u use to do it.
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Like those lights Joe...
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i saw what u posted on RPS god about a month or so back when u shaded your lights good job man. what did u use to do it.
Thanks! Just VHT Niteshade I got off of eBay ($20 or so)
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hey Joe, you can get VHT cheaper on jusnesmodified.com

and yeah, its the best thing to do to your taillights. once i get $15 im gonna order some from jusnes.....

look up lone ranger 93 or w/e his name his, IMO his lights look the best.
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Thanks! Just VHT Niteshade I got off of eBay ($20 or so)

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hey Joe, you can get VHT cheaper on jusnesmodified.com

and yeah, its the best thing to do to your taillights. once i get $15 im gonna order some from jusnes.....

look up lone ranger 93 or w/e his name his, IMO his lights look the best.
ok thanks guys goody i love your truck man lol. my truck is the same color as your so i think a tinted/nightshade will look great one mine
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Ew ugly *** tail lights!
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Ew ugly *** tail lights!
agreed... they look like they have cheap reflectors in them
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I'm really really happy with my stock 04 niteshaded lights.
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Just don't do this


But I do love the look.
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Just don't do this


But I do love the look.
Do what?
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make them to dark?
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would those fit on an 05? i checked them on ebay not that much. i think i might just see how it looks.
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