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Fiat Light Guards & Covers

Add strength to the headlights on your Italian-made vehicle with Fiat headlight protectors from AutoAnything. Our Fiat tail light covers & light locks protect all types of lighting on your vehicle. Plus, your automobile gets a stronger look with these Fiat light shields & covers.
Fiat stone guards are custom-crafted to fit the year, make and model of your Italian car. We back the wiring harnesses for Fiats with the 1-year lower price guarantee. What's more, shipping our Fiat accessories is free. So, ordering components from us gives you an excellent deal that saves you a ton of money.
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Customer Reviews

KC Stone Guard

Stone Guard

Now have installed 6 KC slim lights, all with black stone guards....all look and perform great. Replaced chrome guards as they will peel under wear/ car washing. View more reviews...
Posted By Paul F (KNOXVILLE, TN) / November 17, 2016
2015 Toyota Tacoma
KC Light Shields

Stylish protection

Does not state, but fits many types of KC Lights. Mine are on the Pro Gravity LED pencil &driving. Great protection that leaves the lights ready for use when needed. View more reviews...
Posted By Scott D (Beaufort, SC) / June 17, 2015
2015 Dodge Ram
KC Light Covers


Posted By William K (PORT BOLIVAR, TX) / April 1, 2014
2003 Jeep Wrangler

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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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