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PRODUCT REVIEW: Delta Lighting LED Lug Nut Light Kit for Spare Tire

You know the brake lights on your Jeep are not that bad. But they are still not LED, unless you got one of those fancy Jeeps. But you can change all of that. Wouldnt it be cool to have a pair of fiery eyes seemingly ghosting out of your lug nut spots on the rear spare tire. It not only looks cool but it gets peoples attention.

So they stop, and more importantly dont hit your Jeep. Well Delta Lighting makes a spare tire lug nut LED brake light kit that when installed in two lug nut spots acts as another brake light system so you can make sure people know you are about to stop. So if you want more brake lights, or just love LED lights then this kit is something you should look at.

Impressions of Product, Review of Installation Process, and Other Thoughts

Go to Amazon to Purchase on of these Delta LED Lug Nut Brake Light Kits for $39.99 with Free Shipping.

Delta 01-6581-50 LED Lug Nut Light Kit for Spare Tire, Jeep Compatibility

  • Energy efficient, high-powered upgrade to replace factory-standard lights
  • Bright LED lamps for enhanced visibility
  • Easy to install
  • Compatible with Jeeps
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty on bulbs and product finish and 5-year limited warranty on defects in material and workmanship

Waterproof LED third brake lights created by 6 waterproof LED lights encased in two rubber grommets which fit in the vacant lug-nut holes on the rear spare tire. Supplied with 2 quick waterproof disconnects. Allow you to replace those annoying 3-rd brake which block your rear vision Lights on any Jeep. They provide increased safety as well as being cool.

Lug Nut lights are designed to fit lug holes. 600 inch and larger.


We give this item a 4 out of 5 stars as it is very cool product and great on the scale getting it a 4 we knocked it down just a little because it does requires some installation skill, the lug nuts do not fasten into the holes put are held in place by kind of mushing them in between the tire and the spare tire mount.

But the lights are bright and do as they are intended.



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