HELP!! Where to put strobe bulbs in reverse lights f250
What's up guys I have a 2005 f250 I recently purchased strobes 2 amber and 2 white I plan on putting the ambers in the reverse lights and the clears in the tails but when I took the light out and looked in the reverse section it looked too tight.... I know it can be done, seen plenty of videos just wondering before I drill the holes and find out its too late, where the best spot in the reverse light would be to drill the hole I have the m looking strobe bulbs. The side of the reverse housing looks the best but the strobe bulb and the reverse bulb looks like it will hit ........ Please help thanks guys
You can also put the clears behind the reflector blank or in the stop/turn lamp assembly where there is far more room.
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I installed Whelen vertex hide-away LED strobes in my tail lights. Yes, the clear I installed in the reverse light housing was very, very tight! The red I installed in the red brake light housing wasn't near as tight. One of the reasons I went with LED's is because they are smaller than the tubes, same diameter but not as tall, and it is still difficult to find a spot to mount. Oh, and I have a 2012 super Duty so I guess the tail lights haven't changed much.
i replaced the reverse light bulbs with amber strobe tubes, and mounted remote reverse lights that actually light up behind the truck.
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