This all white 5x7 7X6 inch CREE HIGH AND LOW Beam Led Headlights are manufactured to Highest possible standards, the led lights use latest 5x7 7X6 inch with strong cap design, comes two headlight (2 piece) of 105W High power High intensity LED Chip,
I have not will not use them as I don't like the look or the out put.
Also are they DOT legal? I did not read that far to see if they are.
All you have to do is get 1 officer to pull over or a state inspection each year to pull them or get a fine.
The Chinglish clearly states DOT. Looking for proof. Got distracted.
Hey, there are scads of these critters out on fleabay. This one is IP68 rated and offers supplementary parking lights. https://tinyurl.com/t29jnbp
Truck-Lites are the bee's knees but last I heard also $300/pair. Ouch, paying for a kid at A&M. Now another one is talking about going. My middle name's gonna be Broke.
Reno in Central Texas, 1986 F-250 XLT Lariat, SCLB 2wd, 420cid with ZF5, nicknamed Puddles when he had an oil cooler leak.
Interesting, because I just bought a pair of LED fogs for mounting behind my bumper on eBay.
Embossed in the selective yellow glass lens is SAE-FO2 and the Valeo brand, although they came packaged in your typical Chinese cardboard box with yellow package tape, they were well packed w/ bubble wrap.
Switch, relay, harness, what appear effective heatsinks for high power bulbs, all of it seems of good quality.
For the price, I'm pretty astounded.
I know this doesn't address your question about those headlights in particular, and obviously those won't fit my bricknose, but I now have LED bed lights, aux backup lights and ill have these fogs wired in as soon as I figure out my PDC.
Lil'Red is a '87 F250 HD, 4.10's, 1356 4x4, Zf-5, 3G, PMGR, Saginaw PS, desmogged with an Edelbrock 1826 and Performer intake.
Too much other stuff to mention.
Just a heads up, a local concrete company bought something similar and installed them on their older mixers and the drivers loved them. Sad part was that they have no focused beam like projector lights or the old style sealed beams and were blinding all of the other drivers. The AZDot made them take them out because they couldent be aimed and not blind other drivers.
Again, just a heads up
62 F100,351 C, C6 auto
86 Bronco, XLT, 5.0 EFI,AOD, IFS, 3.08 gears
90 brick nose F Super duty ( F450 ), 7.3 IDI, Banks turbo, ZF 5 speed trans. home made air to air after cooler.
07 F150 Quad cab, 5.4, 4x4
It is hard these days to know which ones really are both legal and good to use. From what I read many of the LED headlights may SAY they are DOT approved but aren't. And they may well put out a lot of light, but also blind the on-coming driver.