Give your Jeep some added flash and panache with the Smittybilt Euro Light Guards. Smittybilt offers all the distinctive accessories you need to set your vehicle apart from the rest.
Durable design protects your headlights and turn signal lights from impact damage
Prime 304 stainless steel polished to a mirror finish - guaranteed not to rust
Dramatic powdercoat black Euro styling for a clean, uncluttered look
Easy to install - no drilling required
Price: $70.00 Pros: Attractive addition that should handle brush and shopping carts Cons: none noted Recommended? Yes
Comments: Installation easy but right side connecter short so you have to go under mud guard to detach and remove light for installation. Without trim fastener removal tool carefully lift mud guard pressing straight up for easy access to connector. Take the opportunity to clean up behind lights and inside being careful not to touch bulb. Best to wear disposable gloves. Left side probably should be done first since it is easier. Pull connector out to detach. Gives you a chance to see connector if you are unfamiliar with the catch. 20 minutes for normal person - 60 minutes for my overthinking the obvious. Check u-tube
Price: $50.00 Pros: looks cool? Cons: Probably not needed/ practical Recommended? No
Comments: Sure I thought they looked cool but only bc that was literally the first thing I got for my jeep. Looking back I don't see a point really. Tail lights are made with fairly thick plastic and are cheap. The more I think about it the more I think some like a branch or whatever could get hooked on the guards and rip my hole tail light out of tub
Price: $19.95 Pros: Nice Look. Low price. Cons: Doesn't fit Recommended? No
Comments: Want to add a little flare to the front of your Jeep? Look elsewhere. I ordered these from Summit Racing, ordered on Wednesday, had them on Thursday!
They did not fit. I could get the drivers side to fit by elongating the two upper slots. The passenger side was too far off. Also if you have anything other than the stock sealed beams, they probably won't fit them. I have the Autopal lights and the bars hit them.