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Username Post: LED headlights        (Topic#363470)
Greatride 57 
Posts: 179

Loc: Utah
Reg: 08-02-06
11-29-20 03:00 PM - Post#2808989    

What are you guys using for new headlights (LED)
Danchuck sells some from 100.00 to 400.00 what are the best for the best price I don't want to spend 400.00 for two headlights.Thanks in advance
Greatride 57

Edited by Greatride 57 on 11-29-20 03:01 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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Loc: Tennessee
Reg: 12-06-10
11-30-20 01:39 PM - Post#2809092    
    In response to Greatride 57

Since I installed two relays (high and low beams) for and near the headlights to get 12+ volts directly from the alternator to the relays then the headlights, my halogen seal beams are brighter and show more road and shoulders than my late model vehicles.

I’d spend a little time and not much money on better power supply to your lights.

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Age: 63
Loc: Arizona
Reg: 07-22-13
01-15-21 12:44 PM - Post#2812148    
    In response to Greatride 57

Check a company named Grote. I have had them for almost 2 hears now with no issues and they light up the road nicely!

Mel Foye 
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Mel Foye
Reg: 09-29-00
01-16-21 07:57 PM - Post#2812232    
    In response to YOUNG57

I am siding with Young57. My 57 lights were there but far from great. MY buddy had me check voltage from battery to headlight socket. Think it was 12.7 down to 11.4 area. Cleaned connections, larger wire and installed relays. You will wonder where the yellow went! Do this b4 you regardless what you do for any light type.


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