Smoked Lens Amber/Red LED Trunk Bed Marker Lights Set For 2010-18 Dodge RAM 2500HD 3500HD Dually Truck Double Wheel Side Fenders, Powered by Total 20 LED


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  • Direct for 2010-2018 Dodge RAM 2500HD 3500HD Double Wheel with original amber/red lens sidemarkers, but these LED markers could also fit other trucks such as RAM 1500 with some modification and wiring involved
  • 4 pieces (driver/passenger, front/back) dark/black smoke lens, each powered by 5-piece super bright SMD LED bulbs
  • Unlike the conventional recons on the markets, this is a direct replacement without using double-sided tape to install, simply clip on just like the OEM ones (Replace OEM 264137 68042143AA 68042140AA)
  • Light up your heavy duty truck with a rugged and dynamic LED lighting appearance and enhanced safety & visibility for night time or off-road driving

Safety around trucks like the RAM 1500 should be a high priority because of its size and cargo loads. Make sure other drivers and pedestrians know where your trunk bed is with the super bright set of front and rear fender side marker lights!

This page features the pair of smoked lens front and rear fender side marker lamps with 5-SMD LED bulbs fit for the following truck models:

  • 2010-2018 Dodge RAM 2500HD & 3500HD Double Wheel

The side marker lamps are capped with smoked lenses to give your RAM truck an aggressive but cleaner look on the rear side fenders. Your package will also include (2) amber LED bulbs for the front end and (2) red LED bulbs for the back end. Use this side marker lamp and bulb combo to directly replace your OEM amber and red lens fender side markers (OEM # 68042143AA 68042140AA 264137) for a quick and clearcut installation. This pair of LED fender side marker lights can be retrofitted onto other Dodge RAMs (some drilling and wiring actions are required). After installation, your RAM truck is sure to be visible no matter what time of day and work occasion!

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