Reviewed By Paul D (Sumas, WA) —1/23/2015 6:18 PM
Great lights, wiring was a little short for my truck and the switch is cheep. I bought an after market switch and the lights are great.
Reviewed By Philip D (Jerome, ID) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-350 —8/28/2014 2:58 PM
I'm not looking to blind other drivers. However, I am looking to see in adverse weather so I bought the amber light in a black housing. I wired them to work independent of my headlights, the way they should be wired. In comparison to a white light, I see further in the fog. And only when I need them, I flip the rocker switch mounted on the dash for long distance vision with my headlights on dim. I get no complaints from oncoming traffic. Several people have complemented on there looks.
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