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Ive seen a few that are offered which are ok but these are AWESOME Imo anybody know where i can ...

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Old 05-25-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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Ive seen a few that are offered which are ok but these are AWESOME Imo

anybody know where i can find them?
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Nvm I found them


Still a toss up I like these as well
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I love those! Is there a US retailer? I don't feel comfortable buying stuff outside the US... Specially automotive accessories.
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I love those! Is there a US retailer? I don't feel comfortable buying stuff outside the US... Specially automotive accessories.
There are suppliers in the country but pretty much all aftermarket headlights are going to be made outside the country. That's why they're usually so cheap cost-wise compared to factory OEM headlights; aftermarket quality is usually so so and more than not they have leak issues due to cheaper quality sealant and a poor seal around the lens. I bought an aftermarket pair for my Monte Carlo which, sure enough, was made in China. I didn't have issues with them, since I took them apart to work on them and re-sealed them myself, but I could tell out of the box the seal was not great. That and the bulb connectors were crap. After a few months I went back to a brand new factory OEM pair.
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Sorry, but it sounds like typical "Chinese Quality"
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