Something else I found on the forums, a LED sequential tail-light kit. I ordered this kit from Classic LEDs in Oregon, and seems to be of really good quality. From what I understand, these are made by hand form a very nice older gentleman. He uses the best quality LEDs, not the cheap ones you see on eBay. The kit has a LIFETIME warranty, as long as your the original buyer and I have called the customer support line a few times with questions. The owner has answered every time and was always more than helpful. I love the sequential turn option. With the press of a button you can turn this option on or off.
The hardest part of the install is to split the lenses, separating the lens could be tough with older models, I was fortunate that I had recently made these clear tail-lights, so separation wasn’t too bad. The kit comes with a wiring harness, it’s a bit much, but once you spread it out and identify what goes to what, it all makes sense.
After all the rubber insulation is cleaned out, I fit the LED panels in and traced an outline where each panel sat. I then ran a generous bead of silicone adhesive around the outline and placed the panels in.
After the panels are secure, it’s time to re-assemble the tail-lights. LRS sells a tail-light installation kit with all new clips and a roll of butyl sealer. Sometimes you can re-use these. I’d rather have new stuff to ensure a good, tight fit.
After leaving a few days for the silicone to set, it holds pretty well. I then purchased a tail-light lens kit from LRS, which includes new clips and rubber insulation. After installing I sealed up the lens and clamped it together with clamps and left overnight to harden. Next is to follow the instructions and wire up.
I also added this LED 3rd brake light I found on eBay
Installation is straight forward. Remove old light and the new one has harness plugs that connect to the old bulb housings.