That they are. Install wasn’t too bad. One of the brackets you have to install on the inside is nearly impossible to do without kid hands or some tool ingenuity. I had to cut a wrench in half and drill a hole in it and attach some string to it incase I dropped it. There’s literally enough space for like 1 maybe 2 fingers lol. You could remove the gas filler door to gain access to the driver side but the passenger side is sheer will power. I also made a new wiring harness for the lights so once it’s all installed it’s just plug it in. Makes for a cleaner install and no cutting or splicing factory wires. if it came down to it the factory lights can be reinstalled without much effort. The fit on the metal parts wasn’t perfect but close enough to get all the bolts in with a little effort and once tight it pulled it all together nicely. I followed this thread for the wiring harness creation. https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/motobilt-tail-light-kit-installed.58466/Are those the motobilt tail lights? How was the install? They look way better than the factory tails. In my opinion these should have been standard.