Whole lot of fuss over some headlights lol. But i see their point. It is unsafe, but its also their jeep, so if they wanna have angry eyes oh well. I dont think a little niteshade or black tape will really cause an accident but i could be wrong. I guess well know if he posts up a pic of a totaled jeep or not lol
This was a great thread, my self I will never do angry eyes, but still it's your jeep if you don't value being able to see at night, or blinding other cars with you off road light that's up to you, just keep in mind their is other people with off road lights and if I meet ya on a two lane road with your light blasting,,, then well I will hit ya right back with 6 kc daylights.. I guess what I am trying to say do your thing just be safe. Don't pi$$ off the wrong people and it will be all good :-)
IMO angry eyes look slick with flat fenders and you don't need to cover half the head light to get the look. I have friends who have it on a tj an xj and a yj. The light isn't reduced all that much because it doesn't cover half if the light. It's his rig he can do what ever he desires because I know we all do
Not much of a difference that i can see, but im also on my phone.
The differences are there, but surprisingly minimal. I think the brightness of your interior lights probably causes a more significant reduction in your forward visibility at night than angry eyes. So for those of you driving around with your interior lights anywhere above one notch, you're the real danger!
CURRENT: '05 TJ Rubicon
Past: '06 TJ SE