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Franko

Smoked Led Rear Light Bulbs

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Just Treated Myself to a pair of these...

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Should when Fitted Light Up like This..

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I've Got Silver Indicator Bulbs Already.

Can Anyone Tell Me.. Which LED Bulbs for the Indicators and Reversing Lights I Should Buy..?

To Match the LED Look..

Many Thanks.

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CREE's for the reversing, same again for the indicator if you want all LED bulbs, or some Phillips Slvertec's are the usual ones recommended.

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Very nice :) I've always wanted a set of these. How much did you pay if you don't me asking?

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Look pretty smart buddy :)

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Many Thanks for the Replies,

They were £145ish off Ebay. Fitted Today & Loving the Look.. Even the Other Half was Impressed..!! (will post Photo's asap)

I have Never bought or fitted CREE Bulbs before.. But have heard they give off an excellent light..

Could Anyone Show or Link me to the One's I need for the Rear Indicators & Reversing Bulbs..?

Cheers.

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Just abit of an Update.. Smoked Rear Lights Fitted (photo's aint the Best).

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Also Fitted Black Metal 17" Alloys.. with DMB Green Monster Claw Wheel Centres..

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Some Guys Hate Rear Drums Painted... (think it just Adds to the Look..?)

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Opinions Welcome.. Thanks.

Stoney871 and DanGersFord like this

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Looks great apart from the green ;) lol but thats just cause im a rangers fan haha

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I wish I was allowed to make mine look like yours :( the smoked rear lights go great with the panther black

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The drums look great IMO how did you paint them?

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Many Thanks.. for the Replies..

It is a Shame Our Fiesta's donot have Rear Calipers Fitted as Standard..

But You Try.. Make the Best of What You've Got.

I used Savage A256 Brake Caliper Paint 250ml - Green for the Calipers & Drums.

just remove wheels, follow cleaning instructions and Paint what will be Seen..

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im liking the rear lights they suite the look a treat and liking the dmb wheel overlays and the rear drums look fine imo.

overall the car is looking sweet fella

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Franko, the car is looking absolutely mint :) Absolutely loving the wheels and the green Monster claw, pure heaven :D

If you don't mind me asking, from the pictures I can see that there is very little clearance between the tyre and the body itself. Do you have coils on the car or is the clearance so small because of the larger alloy? :D

Was going to suggest fitting in a lower suspension to top off the look on the car (and also to improve the handling ;) ) but think you would be scraping the body if the fiesta was lowered anymore.

Nevertheless, fantastic looking car and pleasure to see :)

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Many Thanks for All the Positive Feedback..!!

If you don't mind me asking, from the pictures I can see that there is very little clearance between the tyre and the body itself. Do you have coils on the car or is the clearance so small because of the larger alloy? :D

Was going to suggest fitting in a lower suspension to top off the look on the car (and also to improve the handling ;) ) but think you would be scraping the body if the fiesta was lowered anymore

Originally I had 15" 4-spoke Y design Alloys (IMO a Great Looking Small Rim..) & Lowered it with H&R 30mm springs.

Before

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After

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Now with 17" Rims On..

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Fills the Wheel Arch.. As For the Ride.. Firm But Fair.!!

Avoiding So Many Pot Holes.. (Prone for Buckling..)

Thanks for Asking..!!

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