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Hella lights started brightening the roads of the globe way back in 1899. Their first foray into the automotive industry was with a little upstart called Mercedes-Benz. Today, Hella lights are used on some of the fastest and most capable vehicles, making Hella the premiere name in off and on-road lighting. And with countless Hella lights reviews to read, you’ll discover real experiences from real customers like you.
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Hella Value Fit Wiring Harness

Bandit

It's work very good and it a value for the price View more reviews...
Posted By Stacy W H (LINCOLNTON, NC) / February 13, 2019
2003 Ford F-150
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Hella FF 75 Light Kit

Lights good, wiring not so much

Hella lights are good, just what I expected. Be ready to do a lot of wire cutting, stripping, splicing, and crimping. Colored wire would be a big help. You'll have to disassemble the lights to make connections. I wanted to operate my lights independently of the headlights, so I tapped into the parking light wire. The Scotchlok connectors did not work, maybe because the parking light wire is a smaller gauge size. View more reviews...
Posted By Gene W (MORGANTON, NC) / January 23, 2019
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Hella Vision Plus Conversion Headlights

Great upgrade

Easy to install, look great, bright light. View more reviews...
Posted By Bryson M (ARLINGTON, TN) / January 25, 2018
1992 Mazda Miata/MX-5
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Friday, June 5, 2020

DIY Everything: How to Choose Off-Road Lights

These days you can’t swing a broken tie rod without knocking 14 light pods off the nearest angry-eyed Jeep Wrangler. The market is totally saturated with all sorts of near-identical looking light pods, light bars, and big, classic round lights. There’s a trap I find myself falling into all the time, a condition I like […] The post DIY Everything: How to Choose Off-Road Lights appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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