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Old 11-04-2018, 12:48 PM
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Default Has anyone put 7 inch round LED headlights in their Coupe??

I have a 2007 Shell Valley Coupe. It has a "AutoNik Corp 9001C Classic headlight assy. Not very bright, bad pattern, and aim the dims for the best, and the brights are in the trees. Anyone come up with LED's with a good pattern. I'm thinking with headlights so low to the ground the "Brights" can't be much higher than the dims.. "Thanks"!! for any input or info -----------------"UPDATE"------------------ I found these- "/www.amazon.com/dp/B0746BHBP2/ref=sspa_dk_detail_3?psc=1
Great cut-off line, they put a great white light where I need it!! The blinkers in them work great also. My Daytona is Black w/silver-stripes, so although they don't look stock, they do look good. I can finely drive at night!

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What kind of appearance are you looking for?

https://www.amazon.com/Exclusive-Pro...+headlamp+jeep

https://www.amazon.com/AUTOHAUX-10-3...+headlamp+jeep
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I too was not happy with the overall light from a pair of Sylvania Ultra visions that I had in, so I bit the bullet and went with a pair of Grote 90941-5 LED. I haven't adjusted them yet and not sure how the pattern is but they are hands down brighter and with a white light, than the sealed beams. There only problem is the cost, $295 for the pair via Amazon as opposed to $353 via Summit. These have the appearance of a normal sealed beam except for the name Grote on them, look at the part on Amazon or Summit and you will see what I mean. Read the directions as far as the connector is concerned, I had to change a couple of my wires on the connector, they give you connectors as part of the bulb. They are very much brighter and their current draw is very much lower than regular sealed beams.

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I too was not happy with the overall light from a pair of Sylvania Ultra visions that I had in, so I bit the bullet and went with a pair of Grote 90941-5 LED. I haven't adjusted them yet and not sure how the pattern is but they are hands down brighter and with a white light, than the sealed beams. There only problem is the cost, $295 for the pair via Amazon as opposed to $353 via Summit. These have the appearance of a normal sealed beam except for the name Grote on them, look at the part on Amazon or Summit and you will see what I mean. Read the directions as far as the connector is concerned, I had to change a couple of my wires on the connector, they give you connectors as part of the bulb. They are very much brighter and their current draw is very much lower than regular sealed beams.

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Summit: https://www.summitracing.com/int/par...41-5/overview/


Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Grote-90941-5.../dp/B01B1YE02C


These look very similar to the Grote lamps: https://www.amazon.com/AnzoUSA-88103...ASJA8PXPZZTKPM
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They do really look like they came from the same manufacture, even the backs are the same.

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They do really look like they came from the same manufacture, even the backs are the same.

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These are also available in 'black' for a bit less $$:



https://www.amazon.com/AnzoUSA-88103...Adapter+-+Pair
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Default update on headlights

DOT Approved 7'' Black Cree LED Headlights + 4 '' LED Fog Lights for Jeep Wrangler 97-2017 JK TJ LJ
by SPL http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0746BHBP2/...detail_3?psc=1 hope this works! I put these in my Shell Valley Coupe. I needed the blinker lights they provide, and the projection type Led's light up way down the road. They look great in my Black Coupe
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...ZNH1YDG9&psc=1

I'm thinking about these. Not as radical as the projector type bulbs.
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I'm thinking about these. Not as radical as the projector type bulbs.

I prefer those to the projector type.


Not to dissuade you, but I notice some of the buses operated by our municipal transit system have those lamps installed. They look good, but I can't comment on how well they light up the road. Maybe I'll ask one of the bus drivers. LOL
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Well...Well

Busses are people too.
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