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1991 Honda Civic
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1991 Honda Civic Lights

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Spyder Headlights

New Spider Lights Rock!

These new lights were very easy to install and totally change the appearance of my car in a great way! View more reviews...
Posted By Jeff P (SPRINGDALE, AR) / November 8, 2017
2012 Honda Civic
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Putco Blade LED Tailgate Light Bar

INSTALLATION OF LIGHT BAR

The installation directions and video helped to make installation fairly easy. The light bar looks nice on back of the truck and is very bright. View more reviews...
Posted By JEAN E (HAMMOND, LA) / January 28, 2021
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Baja Designs Light Bars & Light Cubes

Tough, powerful auxiliary lights

Baja Designs Squadron Pro lights are tough, well designed and light-weight to compete in a crowded field of auxiliary lights. One big advantage is the ability to change lens for different outputs from color to light spread or from damage. Simple installation with supplied harness and AutoAnything helps to spread my jeep dollars further. Looking forward to the SAE versions View more reviews...
Posted By Alexander M (Newark, DE) / February 9, 2019
2016 Jeep Wrangler
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