anyone tried these headlights?

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    As long as they are the same wattage as the stock bulbs, they will be fine.

    Beware of lights that have 80W, 100W, or more bulbs to "simulate the look of HID". Those are the ones that will blow your headlight fuse or cause heat damage to the headlights. Most stock headlights are 35W low/ 55W high.
     
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    $35 for shipping and handling, what a rip off!
     
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    nah, will be a lot more for shipping to the UK... prob $100
     
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    :shrug: bigger ripoff then?!?!?!?!??!
     
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    LOL so silly me i just followed the link and those are the ones my wife has put into hers, she's bought em 3 times now, first too were involved in accidents neither the lights foult or hers.

    Anyway, thats about 30 bucks more (aftershipping) than shes bought em for. also they illuminate just a bit better than stock so they are really just for looks IMHO, also you WILL have to make a few moddifications to the headlight housing to fit them into it. just dremmel tool to housing a little wider noting real hard, but still....
     
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    That's how you make money on eBay.
     
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