Toyota Taillights (from Asia) on Ebay for ~$80/pair (delivered) (1 Viewer)

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If you search around a little on eBay you can get lots of choices for Toyota FJ-40 Taillight Assemblies (Third Generation, 1979 - 85) for about $80 delivered.

It's a smoking deal.

I was looking to replace one of my taillight lenses, and I found these whole new assemblies. It made sense just to buy the whole setup, at that price.

Check it out.

Rocky

PS> They say "Toyota" on the lenses and buckets. They may be a Chinese knock-off, but for $80 - it's way better than what I had before, all around.


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I think there's a company somewhere Taiwan etc making Toyota lights/lenses I bought some marker lights for my 82 Hilux they were a good deal a pair of front side marker lights (the amber ones on the fender) for $31.63 free shipping. Included lenses, bulb sockets, bulbs, gasket, screws (!) and the little nylon inserts where the screws go in the fender. Exact correct wire harness connector and boom.
 
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If you search around a little on eBay you can get lots of choices for Toyota FJ-40 Taillight Assemblies (Series 3) for about $80 delivered.

It's a smoking deal.

I was looking to replace one of my taillight lenses, and I found these whole new assemblies. It made sense just to buy the whole setup, at that price.

Check it out.

Rocky

PS> They say "Toyota" on the lenses and buckets. They may be a Chinese knock-off, but for $80 - it's way better than what I had before, all around.


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What do you mean by Series 3? 1/79+? There are three versions of the plug of the combination light. I would do something about water proofing the plug and connections. The lenses will fade quickly if left outside in the AZ sun.
 
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It came from this thread....

Tail Light Assembly Descriptions

3rd Generation 1/79 - 10/84

I base that on the connector style.

I bought some of these waterproof connectors to protect the connections. I didn't have a connector on the drivers side, and a pretty tatty old one on the passenger side, so I had to do some harness improvements on my truck.

You may be right about the lenses, luckily my FJ40 gets to live inside the small 3/4th car garage.

Rocky

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