Ford Expedition 1997-2002, Smoke Solid Tail Light Covers by Wade®, 2 Pieces. For the most personalized look around, Westin's Tail Light Covers by Wade add just the touch to make it happen. It constucted with high-impact acrylic, give your vehycle a sleek new look while protecting your tail lights from road deebris and other elements that can impact your ride on and off the road. Product is application specific and installs in seconds.
- Most attach using 3M automotive dual-lock
- Intended for show, competition and off-road use only
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Wade taillight covers hit that precious balance between elegance and ruggedness. They combine the very practical purpose of protecting your expensive factory taillights with fine custom looks.
These Covers are intended for show, competition and off-road use only. Never drive on the streets, roads or highways with these covers on your vehicle as they may reduce the illumination of your vehicle’s lights and result in serious personal injury to yourself or others. If these covers are used for off-road, you must add suitable auxiliary lights to your vehicle. Check your local laws.
Wade® Automotive Products was started in Salt Lake City, Utah, in the 1980s by Jeff Wade, making high quality truck bed protection products. The company developed an unsurpassed expertise in making high-impact resistant products that are reliable and easy to install. Over the years the product line was expanded into wind deflectors, bug shields, hood scoops and other products that enhance the appearance of a vehicle while protecting vital parts from damage. The company was acquired by Westin Automotive Products of Irwindale, California. Westin has built a solid reputation as a producer of quality truck accessories since the 1970s. The top quality profile of Wade Automotive Products and its complimentary product line was a perfect fit to the Westin organization. The move has strengthened both brands and Westin Automotive Products is now, with the addition of Wade and other brands, expanding in the automotive aftermarket and widening its product line to go beyond truck accessories.