Reviewed By greg l (KNOXVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota 4Runner —6/25/2015 7:55 AM
I actually bought the headlights earlier and liked them so much that I purchased tail lights. Really easy to install and look great.
Reviewed By Paul S (ABILENE, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —6/21/2015 5:17 AM
If you're looking for a unique and custom look, they're the way to go. You can definitely tell which Tundra is mine now. The hardest part about these lights for me was deciding which color to get. I've got a 2014, white,Toyota Tundra with black rims. I love the black, black smoke, and smoke taillights. But since I'm keeping the factory chrome headlights, I went with the chrome Spyder taillights. They look great on white as well. Installation is a piece of cake!
Reviewed By Scott D (Beaufort, SC) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —6/15/2015 7:55 AM
I have four of these bad boys - two driving (flood) and two pencil beams mounted on a Westin HDX Grille Guard. I need them to show the ubiquitous whitetails that love to graze on the shoulders of rural SC highways. I have had more than one up close and personal encounter with them and it does get expensive. You may have to get some bushings to raise the light. The dead center low power line position may interfere with vertical adjustment (depending on you application).
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