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Old 06-15-2012, 03:06 PM   #11
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Heres a picture with the l.e.d.'s removed. My new grill should be in Monday!
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:07 PM   #12
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They pull you over for anything here. As far as how long they last? I bought them used from someone for 75.00, he had them for a year 1/2. No problems so far.
I like the way they look and here in NM they don't pull you over for driving a 1967 pickup with one tail light, one headlight and being drink so you can get away with some leds! I am just curious about the light output form the headlights being better or at least the same as stock.
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SniperX, I just thought about something. I couldn't exactly tell you an accurate estimate of how much better they are then stock because my factory head lights were fogged and dirty. I can tell you after installing these I can actually see the road so much better. It's like I have hd vision now compared to the fogged factorys.
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SniperX, I just thought about something. I couldn't exactly tell you an accurate estimate of how much better they are then stock because my factory head lights were fogged and dirty. I can tell you after installing these I can actually see the road so much better. It's like I have hd vision now compared to the fogged factorys.
I guess if I find a set cheap like you did I will pick them up and see how I like them. How did you get that bottom mount bolt out? The one on the bottom (hidden one) on the headlight bucket? I actually have a cherry non foggy set of stock lights that look almost new and mine WERE foggy. BUT I cleared them up to like new with a kit I had laying around so have not changed tham out. I guess I'll sell my clear stockers and look for a set of those like yours.
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