Working on my lights, and I noticed I have an assortment of lenses for the "last round tail light" used from the late '60s through the intermediates. See the CJ-3B page: Jeep Taillights on CJ3B.info The lens on the left is a Grote 9034, with numbers SAE AI ST-75. I presume this is for 1975, and this is an original lens. The lens in the Crown packaging appears to be the same as my other two lenses, one new one to the right on the desk and another newish one still on my CJ-6. All three of these have thin raised letters "SATE-LITE" at the top and "SAE-AIST-92-DOT" at the bottom with "169" below that. I'd guess these are all from a batch of these lenses made in 1992. The Crown package is marked 8122928 which is the correct Jeep part number, according to my parts book. Notice that the SATE-LITE lens lettering is upside-down from the Grote lens. The original lens would put the single screw at the top of the light, where the SATE-LITE would be right-side-up with two screws at the top. The light buckets have identifying stamped printing which would be visible from above if mounted in the Grote orientation. Looking now, there's no listing online for the Jeep PN, so I presume the 1992 run of these has been sold. If you want more, you could contact Crown and ask if they can make more. Pretty sure these are extras I bought for me when I first got my Jeep. (later) I searched and found more of these lenses on eBay as "Sate-lite 169." They also appear to be available on Amazon (!) with Prime as a Grote 90342. Cheaper than the Sate-lite too. I ordered one and will evaluate.