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Re: I just discovered a potentially cool headlight for Wrangler owners

Sweet.. have to check out how the lighting looks... sounds great.. thanks
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I'm digging those, great post!
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would be a nice mod, but at 500$ they are mighty expensive.
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Re: I just discovered a potentially cool headlight for Wrangler owners

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would be a nice mod, but at 500$ they are mighty expensive.
Yea but $500 is what post pay for a DTY retrofit job and about $500 less if someone was to pay someone else to retrofit their lights for them.
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would be a nice mod, but at 500$ they are mighty expensive.
Where did you find the price for these at?
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Where did you find the price for these at?
Link ...you can find them cheaper but no clue if the company is on the up & up
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nice pair of lights...Me like
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Re: I just discovered a potentially cool headlight for Wrangler owners

they are expensive but well worth it, these truck-lite led lights got some great reviews, these are the newer ones the older ones have more of a stock look and more led lights, this is tinted so it has that aftermarket look, quadratec.com sells them for a decent price,
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