Reviewed By ROBERT P M (BLOOMINGDALE, OH) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Topkick —3/18/2015 11:38 AM
i only needed the light heads but the kit was cheaper. now i have spare parts
Reviewed By Joseph O (Santa Fe, TN) Reviewed for a 1997 Toyota 4Runner —3/16/2015 5:47 PM
The lights themselves appear to be very well made and are of good quality, however the I thought the external housing was made of metal. Instead they are made of a thin plastic. I would have preferred the metal housing. I am not sure of the durability. Perhaps the older models had metal housings. All in all, nice lights. They look good and I went with the Sylvania Silver Star bulbs as replacment for the stock they came with for the night drive home on my Honda Goldwing.
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