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post #1 of 8 Old 08-02-2012, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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Truck-lite LED Headlights Installed Tonight

If you're on the fence about these then let me tell you they are worth it.

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post #2 of 8 Old 08-02-2012, 11:28 PM
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How about some good quality pics? So far I haven't seen anything to convince me those are any good.

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Not that I don't like them, but all I see is glare.
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I think I'm liking what I see there. Looks like a good wide spread with very white light and no shadows or dark spots.
Now I'm curious if you get any oncoming vehicles flashing their brights at you?

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I think I'm liking what I see there. Looks like a good wide spread with very white light and no shadows or dark spots.
Now I'm curious if you get any oncoming vehicles flashing their brights at you?
No issues with blinding other drivers the cutoff is really good and keeps the light down on low where you need it.

I probably don't own a camera good enough to get any quality night time pics. My iphone obviously doesn't measure up. Doubt my Nikon point and shoot will be any better.

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When LED headlights get perfected they might be worth the $$$ but for now they don't have as precise a beam as I'm used to with HID and besides, LED's are know to burn out due to heat.
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post #7 of 8 Old 08-03-2012, 05:18 PM
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How are the high beams?
The low beam patter is nice and wide though.
And take another remote picture from directly in front of the Jeep, at about the height of a passenger car drivers head...
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Do they look like the housings could be separated? I want to install a HALO kit in my headlights. Ive got a pair of glass euro housings that look like they will be easily separated to install the HALO. I like the trucklite LED, but want to be able to install the HALO as well. I don't know about heating them like would be required with other housings, because of the electronics contained inside. Thanks for the info ahead of time.

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