Reviewed By EDDIE B (Richlands, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Colorado —8/16/2018 8:23 PM
Love this light, wish had purchased sooner. Great price too...
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Reviewed By Scott B (Van Buren, AR) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang —8/6/2018 8:24 PM
I bought these to replace my cracked factory lights. I wamted something just like them or close as I like the retro look of the lights. These are very close with the exception of no chrome around the parking lights. This gives them an almost light smoke look without the loss in light output. So far they have shown no leaking and produce a beam about like the factory lights.
Reviewed By Kevin M (Vacaville, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 —7/26/2018 9:28 PM
Simple plug and play install. Very bright day or night. Great addition to my truck, glad I made the purchase! Price wasn't to bad, and fitment was very good. No splicing of wires, just unplug original harness, and plug the new lights in. Simple and easy,and work great!
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