There is some sort of industry equivalent for wattage to do with LEDs. You might try to Google around for it, but in the case of visibility, a lot has to do with the lens and in that case I can say I'm pretty impressed with what's out there on the market. Good intense light that focuses over a wide range from behind.
That said, I haven't switched over due to the same concern that was mentioned, having to do with snow. LEDs run WAYYYY cool compared to incandescaents, and won't melt off the snow that will draft onto the lenses, to the point that your red to the rear can be completely obscured.
If snow isn't a consideration where you are (It's a BIG one where I am), the only other thing that I can think of is that LEDs don't draw enough to make the resistance that incandescents do. Result, the way they design things anymore, is that some pickups will not detect enough resistance from LEDs to actually trip the relay or whatever to put power to them. The solution is to wire resistors inline on the trailer ahead of the first bulb in the running/brake/turn light circuits.
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