I finished the install this weekend and it went mostly smooth. I purchased trim removal tools from Harbor Freight to use to peel up the plastic trim in the back to access the light housing, which mostly worked well but i partially damaged 1 clip (no big deal, it still works and can be replaced later if need be.I went ahead and ordered the rear lights and resistors as listed by PDX (thank you for taking time to post those). Have you attempted the install yet? I think you are further along in the process than me how everything turned out
Hard part for me was finding a place to put the resistor. There is an opening below the light between the frame and the bumper, with a slight flat spot. I just used double sided 3m tape and installed the resistor on this small flat spot (make sure to clean it off good first so the tape can grab it). Since the resistor will only be on when turn signals are activated, and turn signals are rarely on and when on not for a long period of time, the double sided tape should work fine.
Google how to install the resistors so you can see a quick tutorial. Same with how to replace the brake lights as that will show you how to remove the trim. Basically for resistors look closely at the turn signal socket (verify it's the turn signal before clamping the resistor onto it) there are 2 wires, you slide one wire into the end of the supplied "T" connectors that's open at both ends, insert 1 wire from 1 resistor into the end of the "T" connector that is only open at one end (plastic cap at the other end) and crimp it on. Repeat for the other wire with the other wire from the resistor. Then repeat on the other side. Just make sure you mark the brake and turn signal lights before you start removing bulbs/crimping to make sure you get the right one. To make it easier to work I unscrewed the brake and turn signal sockets from the housing and disconnected the LED tail light clip so i could just remove the light housing until i was done with the resistor install and was ready to reinstall the lights and the housing.
You may need to rotate the bulb to make sure it goes in fully and securely into the socket, and test it out obviously before putting everything back together. Just make sure to read the product page for the bulbs to get the right resistors, the Endpage ones recommended by PDX say to use the 50 watt resistors (there are 2 versions, 25w and 50w, make sure to get the 50w)