Hummer Tail Light Covers – Putco Chrome Vents

Hummer Tail Light Cover VentsWhat is a Hummer? Don’t Be a Pervert.

Hummers are huge and I’m not just talking about their size. Hummers (also known as Humvees) were a line of trucks and SUVs first sold in 1992 when the car manufacturer AM General began to sell a civilian version of the military vehicle. Although the last Hummer rolled off the line on May 24, 2010, you still see them being driven by the rich and famous and people who want to make a big impression and stand out from the crowd. So, now that you know what a Hummer is (and isn’t) we can get down to writing about the latest chrome accessory for the the H2.

Hummer Tail Light Cover Vents

 

What are Putco Hummer Chrome Tail Lamp Vents?

Putco Hummer Chrome Tail Lamp Vents add an extra touch of style to your H2.  As we’ve already noted, Hummers don’t need much help as they attract attention on their own but why settle for factory trim? These chrome trim tail light vent covers give an aggressive look to your Hummer and install in a snap. ABS chrome technology matches the factory chrome and carries a full lifetime warranty from Putco.

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Key Features of  Putco Chrome Tail Light Vent Covers

For those of you who prefer lists instead of paragraphs here are some of the highlights of this product:

  • Made of an Automobile Quality ABS Chrome
  • Installs quickly with pre-applied 3M™ Adhesive
  • No Tools Required
  • Matches OEM Trim

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