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Ok, My tail lights are cracked and broken and Just dont look good AT ALL, So, If anyone has any for sale that would be GREAT! OR, Any ideas on replacements or mods would be great aswell!

I have the same problem. Have you checked with Silverbulletmotorsports? The 2009 tail lights are far & away better looking than the 2008's. I have been putting it off because I may cut the rear bumper off & do custom tail lights from something else.

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I used these, they work great. I got little MC turn signals to replace the broken ones.

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I just got redof the hole thing.. Never liked the looks of stock lights and mount.. Cut off and started over with these light from Maxxima.. They have built in backup lights you just have to tie in the stop/turn together.. They have the cool factor too.. See the pics in my gallery..

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