Reviewed By Sidney B (ARCHDALE, NC) Reviewed for a 2016 Nissan Titan XD —8/24/2016 4:55 PM
Fit perfect and only took a few minutes to install. Seen to be a little brighter and give me the look I want
Reviewed By JOHN M (SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WI) —7/27/2016 3:01 AM
Bought these for my Tahoe. Installation went fairly smooth. I recommend removing the whole headlight for easier access. These bulbs have a metal collar to lock it into place. I've bought other before that had plastic tabs that broke off. So far, I'm very pleased with these.
Reviewed By David D (Ponte Vedra, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma —7/12/2016 5:19 AM
What immediately struck me upon opening the package was the sturdiness of the light bulb structure. No exposed LEDs or flimsy glass encapsulation, this is a stout metal frame with heavy glass lens. Full 360 view of bright LEDs yet well protected. Bulb fits snugly in socket as expected. Only had for a week so can't speak to longevity, but have high expectations based on cost and construct.
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