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Old 11-18-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
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Any input on these

I dont really want to do a retrofit just wanting more of a drop in install. Besides the head lights I have on there now a cheap as$ ebay ones. Has anyone tried any of the following? Good? Bad? Piece of crap?

Spec D

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Old 11-18-2012, 09:32 PM   #2
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Wondering the same thing.
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:03 PM   #3
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I have heard that those lights are of poor quality and do not come with a warranty. You should reconsider Retrofit becuase they come with a warranty and the guys at TRS (The Retro FitSource) are very helpful. Also I have seen Retrofit on your truck model and they look amazing.
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I have heard that those lights are of poor quality and do not come with a warranty. You should reconsider Retrofit becuase they come with a warranty and the guys at TRS (The Retro FitSource) are very helpful. Also I have seen Retrofit on your truck model and they look amazing.
^^^ This word for word I wouldn't waste my money on those you won't be happy
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Those all fall into the cheap eBay category.
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total crap. i have the spec D ones and i didn't know what i was doing when i first got my truck. they fog up inside hella bad and the light output of both the highs and lows are total grabage. i'm actually looking into getting some black OEM style ones, these http://www.amazon.com/Depo-312-1186P...oma+headlights because mine are so bad
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I've got the spec d on my truck. Previous owner put them in. I hate them, poor light output. Overall just a very low quality light.
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I dont really want to do a retrofit just wanting more of a drop in install. Besides the head lights I have on there now a cheap as$ ebay ones. Has anyone tried any of the following? Good? Bad? Piece of crap?

Spec D

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Spyder
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Anzo
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CRAP!!!!!..........Read up and do your own retrofit and or have someone do it for you.....spend the little extra money and do it right the first time.
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total crap. i have the spec D ones and i didn't know what i was doing when i first got my truck. they fog up inside hella bad and the light output of both the highs and lows are total grabage. i'm actually looking into getting some black OEM style ones, these http://www.amazon.com/Depo-312-1186P...oma+headlights because mine are so bad
Those are the exact lights I'm looking to get. I know this is an old post but if you bought them please let me know how they turned out. Thanks!
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