About this Manufacturer:
What can you say about a company that provides reproduction 1955 and 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible bodies, all while meeting the strict standards of diehard car builders? Well, if they can pull something like that off, it's no wonder that it can handle quality replacement body panels for the rest of our cars and trucks. Sherman Parts is a well-known name is the auto restoration business, and offers body parts and structural components for vehicles both old and new, so we know that you can rest assured in Sherman Parts.
We sell factory style replacement tail lights, and custom tail lights. Custom tail lights are a great way to modify the appearance of your truck. Compared to other styling modifications, custom tail lights are relatively inexpensive and extremely easy to install. Most trucks have a variety of custom tail lights available, including those with chrome, smoke and carbon fiber housings. The latest trend in the tail light market is LED tail lights, where a 'sea of little bulbs' lights up every time you brake. The lens patterns available also vary for custom tail lights, so check our product listings for details. If you want to give your truck a modern, customized look, buying custom tail lights should be one of the first things you do.
Is there any difference between Altezza tail lights, Euro tail lights, or clear tail lights?
Altezza tail lights, euro tail lights and clear tail lights are terms that mean the exact same thing.
Do tail lights come in pairs?
All taillights we carry are always sold in pairs, unless otherwise noted in the listing on our website.
How do you install tail lights?
Tail lights are manufactured to exact OEM specifications for easy installation, so you simply remove your factory tail lights and bolt in your new set. Basic hand tools are required and installation can be completed in a matter of minutes.
What exactly do the tail lights come with?
All the tail lights we sell are complete assemblies that come with the entire housing. Traditional incandescent taillight assemblies do not include bulbs, unless otherwise noted, and you would use your factory bulbs and wiring. LED taillights, however, usually include all required lighting, but may require standard incandescent bulbs for turn or reverse functions to work properly. When you receive your taillights in the mail from us, you take them out of the box, bolt them up, pop in your factory harness and bulb (if required), and you can immediately turn on the new tail lights. Tail lights are certainly plug and play products.