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    Delta Tech Lug-Nut-Lite 3Brake Light LED

    Hey guys,

    I am looking to replace my 3rd brakelight with Delta Tech Lug-Nut-Lite 3Brake Light LED. I am wondering if anyone has used these, has any input? I am running with a LoD Destroyer Rear bumper that has a swing gate that detaches from the rear door. I am curious if anyone has wired these lights with that kind of setup, and how they did it?

    Thanks!
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    Out of respect for the owners of this forum, I'm deleting the link you posted because ET is a POS company that has previously tried to use Eddie's trademark without his consent.

    Here is an Amazon link in case someone wants to check out the light.

    https://www.amazon.com/Delta-01-6581...rd+brake+light

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Out of respect for the owners of this forum, I'm deleting the link you posted because ET is a POS company that has previously tried to use Eddie's trademark without his consent.

    Here is an Amazon link in case someone wants to check out the light.

    https://www.amazon.com/Delta-01-6581...rd+brake+light
    Oh dang.... So Eddie is the guy that made this forum?
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    I bought these a long time ago but never used them because they wouldn't fit in my wheels. they have been sitting in my garage ever since. also if you do a 5 tire rotation it would be a pain in the ass to take these out every time you need to rotate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    I bought these a long time ago but never used them because they wouldn't fit in my wheels. they have been sitting in my garage ever since. also if you do a 5 tire rotation it would be a pain in the ass to take these out every time you need to rotate.
    Are you looking to get rid of them for cheap? lol

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    I used them on my white jeep when I had a LOD rear bumper and tire carrier. I thought they worked great. They come with a quick decoupler and the lights just pop in/out of the hole for the wheel lugs.

    I can't remember if there are any pictures in the "building of knuckles" thread. It would be fairly early on if there are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    I used them on my white jeep when I had a LOD rear bumper and tire carrier. I thought they worked great. They come with a quick decoupler and the lights just pop in/out of the hole for the wheel lugs.

    I can't remember if there are any pictures in the "building of knuckles" thread. It would be fairly early on if there are.
    I looked at that thread and a couple others and think I might be steering away from them. Thanks!

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    Do you ever plan on moving your #plate to the spare? There are good kits for that which include brake light and Plate light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Do you ever plan on moving your #plate to the spare? There are good kits for that which include brake light and Plate light.
    Haven't really felt the need to. My main issue about a light in the tire is the wiring. I don't want to deal with unplugging it anytime I open the tire swing and not the rear door.

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    Delta Tech Lug-Nut-Lite 3Brake Light LED

    Quote Originally Posted by dshipp2 View Post
    Haven't really felt the need to. My main issue about a light in the tire is the wiring. I don't want to deal with unplugging it anytime I open the tire swing and not the rear door.
    The wire is run through the door and along the existing harness... then tied into a few wires near the passenger side rear pillar.... you can definitely open the door without unplugging... that would be crazy if you had to unplug it every time.

    Edit: Just realized what you meant... the tire swing.... got it. Yeah, that would suck. I could swear I’ve seen guys run the wire near the swing pivot though..

    I would run the wire along the swing support, to the pivot, drop through the bumper with a rubber grommet, then up through the rear corner of the cab behind the plastic.
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