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Reviewed By christopher p (Lake Arthur, NM) Reviewed for a 2007 BMW X5 —9/29/2011 5:46 AM

Easy installation and they look great on my pickup

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Hella Optilux 2500 Angel Eye Light Kit Reviews

Very cost-effective motorcycle driving lights

Reviewed By Christopher E (Olympia, WA) Reviewed for a 1977 BMW Bavarian —10/22/2008 7:09 PM

I have previously used 3 different models of PIAA lamps. All were good but eventually succumbed to the ravages of the road (rocks, vibration) and all cost about $200. That will likely be the fate of the Angel Eyes after a year or three, but this time the cost was only about $60. Compared to the PIAAs, the quality of illumination is about the same. The Angel Eyes are easier to aim and adjust. The PIAAs come with a better switch and a marginally better harness; plan on using a fair bit of heat-shrink and tape while mounting the Angel Eyes. The switch is not illuminated, so put it someplace where you can easily feel it in the dark while wearing thick gloves. The switch is also probably not especially waterproof; if it fails, aftermarket alternatives are readily available. The LED light ring is a nice feature; it provides conspicuity for daytime riding without putting any significant load on the charging system. It also makes my BMW look a little bit like a cop bike; I've noticed a big increase in respect from cage drivers since I mounted the Angel Eyes. Someday, when one of them catches a rock in the wrong place, I expect I'll be buying a second pair.

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Hella FF 75 Light Kit Reviews

Yukon XL - Replacement to OEM Fog Lights

Reviewed By T. E. G (Bethesda, MD) Reviewed for a 2001 GMC Yukon XL —6/21/2006 9:08 AM

The original fog lights on the 2001 Yukon & Yukon XL are ineffective plastic units that are prone to breakage. The installation of the Hella lights was straightforward. Since my intended use is for fog, each light was installed using the original wiring and mounted in the existing openings. Splice new male & female connectors onto the existing wiring to ease any future disconnection. A longer mounting bolt, and an additional nut and locking washer for each light is required. Drill a single hole in the existing plastic mounting bracket and invert the Hella bracket - this is easily performed via temporarily removing the plastic bracket from the vehicle. The offset in the Hella bracket allows one to position the lights slightly protruding from the air dam - a nice look, with adequate space surrounding the housing for proper heat dissipation. Light output is a huge improvement, pattern is flat and low where I need it most in foggy mountain conditions. No regrets.

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