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Old 04-30-2009
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Tail light conversion

Due to a slight mishap and my driver's side tail light getting broken, I needed a new tail light. I picked up a set of 94-99 tails from a guy on Kijiji.

Wasn't a direct swap, as the tail light harness needed to be replaced as well, since the 00-09 bulb sockets do not fit into the 94-99 lenses properly.

Anyways, here's before. My nice redded out tails...
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And now the 94-99 style. I prefer them. I think I'm going to keep them like this too.

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Which do you like better? My red outs of the 94-99 style?
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I like the all red, but I like the three bulb part of the other set.
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I think the 94-99 look better. Red out the amber and they will look even better.
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i like the black out lined ones i have always liked them on the Mazdas
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I think the 94-99 look better. Red out the amber and they will look even better.
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I may eventually red them out, but I like them how they are. I never liked my original ones.
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I cant see pics right now, but I assume you are talking about the tails with the 3 colors red, white, and amber. And if you are, I love the ones on mine
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You need to red it out like before! I like the little black border, looks good
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I dont think I'm going to red it out, I don't have any paint left.
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I always liked the Amber part on my 97 ranger. I like it.
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