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Icon14 eBay black headlight seller: lokakech

Fast shipping, returns messages fast, super cheap prices. Headlights are nice for the price. Had to add some extra gromets on the turn signal bulbs and put the light adjusters on the correct way. Overall I'm very happy with the deal and he is a solid seller. I reccomend these if you don't want to do the mod yourself! And they look great too!
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I may have gotten mine from him and they seem to better than OEM minus the adjustable aiming pieces on the back. I swapped mine out with my factory ones.
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Yeah I got these, and had to do the thing with the adjusters to. However, don't be suprised if they fog up in time when it rains or you wash the truck. I have mine out right now, deciding on how I want to fix that. I also used the headlight bulb locks from my factory headlights cause the ones that came with these weren't very tight.

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I may have gotten mine from him and they seem to better than OEM minus the adjustable aiming pieces on the back. I swapped mine out with my factory ones.
I was going to do that, but these seem to be a different design and would not work.
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Yeah I got these, and had to do the thing with the adjusters to. However, don't be suprised if they fog up in time when it rains or you wash the truck. I have mine out right now, deciding on how I want to fix that. I also used the headlight bulb locks from my factory headlights cause the ones that came with these weren't very tight.



I was going to do that, but these seem to be a different design and would not work.
Oh I used the Factory vents on the back too...lol I forgot I did that.
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It's possible yours are a little different from mine. I see you have the yellow corners, mine came with the black ones.
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It's possible yours are a little different from mine. I see you have the yellow corners, mine came with the black ones.
Ya mine actually felt better than the factory ones and once I swapped hardware they looked great. I don't have any fogging up at all.
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Ya mine actually felt better than the factory ones and once I swapped hardware they looked great. I don't have any fogging up at all.
I drove mine in the rain all day and washed it tonight due to having to drive down a very muddy road. no fogging. you should have added some grommets to the bulbs.. thats wear they leak
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Grommets? I left the oring seal on the bulb and put in back in the same way it was in the stock housing.
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Grommets? I left the oring seal on the bulb and put in back in the same way it was in the stock housing.
I used am old seal off my stock headlight bulbs. Put that on your turn signal bruld housing WITH the stock grommet. It keeps everything water tight.
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getting a set when my truck is back home!
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