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I've got some bulbs here, all red.



I'm looking for $3 shipped for the pair of 7440 Incandescent red bulbs, $8 shipped for the pair of 7443 9-LED reds, and $7 shipped for each pair of 7440 9-LED reds.

Reply here or PM me for details if interested. Thank you!

I forgot to add, the incandescents have a pinkish-hue to them, which bugs me personally, but it may not bother others.
 

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[quote author=rcrooks link=topic=72312.msg1274920#msg1274920 date=1174256716]
You need to get the resistors with these to slow down flashing right?
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Yes, you need the 6 ohm for these, unless you have LEDs in the front as well, in which case you need 3 ohm (I believe).

7440's fit the turn signals, and 7443's fit the brake lights.
 

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[quote author=saluteTOme link=topic=72312.msg1285286#msg1285286 date=1174612509]
you need the resistor for the brake lights?
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Nope, only for the LED turn signals.
 

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did you try the 7443's in the stock tail light/brake light housing? Did they reflect OK, or do they simply shine straight out? I am on 2nd set of LED's and none work properly... so I am still looking.

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Igor
 

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[quote author=igor2 link=topic=72312.msg1287767#msg1287767 date=1174710783]
did you try the 7443's in the stock tail light/brake light housing? Did they reflect OK, or do they simply shine straight out? I am on 2nd set of LED's and none work properly... so I am still looking.

Thanks

Igor

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They light up the whole housing, but not as bright as the stock incandescent bulb. I may be able to make a small video if you like, as in DRLs then brakes applied.
 
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