Price: $470.00 Pros: very useful and looks good in front Cons: nothing much Recommended? Yes
Comments: since i'm using LED headlights this gives me additional vision during the rain. and installation of the controls looks like oem. it also has high and low beam which will always be a plus for me.
Price: $1.00 Pros: These are probably not the right name but oh well. They are bright, we have had these for 8 years. Have been on the front of my jeep for the past year and have saved me from hitting a bunch of deer. Cons: None Recommended? Yes
Comments: They work great no complaints. They shine for about 200yards which is great for back roads with lots of deeer
Price: $135.00 Pros: Sturdy housings, good light quality Cons: Hate the wireless harness Recommended? Yes
Comments: I don't have this model warn but I have a pair of 650F, a pair of 650D and six 350F on my rig. That's a total of 10 warn lights on it. I originally used the wireless harness. One worked fine and the other had issues. I finally got around to ripping the wireless harness out and installed a relay panel I made and installed Daystar rocker switches in the switch blanks on the dash. Works much better and more convenient. They are quality lights for the price and the wireless harness depends on your preference.
Price: $153.00 Pros: great light Cons: none Recommended? Yes
Comments: bought a set of the Warn wireless driving lights mounted them on the factory bumper in front of the fenders, easy install the wireless set up took about 1 hr little if any mods had to be made. Look great and are bright