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Old 01-09-2014, 05:13 AM   #31
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Wow those are impressive. I have a problem paying $500-750 for lighting even though the JK desperately needs it.

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Old 01-09-2014, 06:43 AM   #32
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I find it sleazy that they say it's dot approved but it's not
Funny, www.lifetimeledllights.com has them listed as DOT compliant for both the H4 and H13.

H4/9003 LED headlights

http://www.lifetimeledlights.com/H13...ghts_p_58.html

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I find it sleazy that they say it's dot approved but it's not
Yeah, they could at least say something like "DOT Compliant" instead of "Certified".

In all reality, it doesn't matter to me though. If these have a good cut-off, don't blind oncoming drivers and improve night time vision, I'm all for it. Anything has to be an improvement over stock and I'm not in a financial position to shell out $400+ for other brands of LED or HID headlight.

I might have to review my budget and order a set. $150 isn't a lot, but I just dropped a lot of cash moving from Knoxville to Orlando.
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Old 01-09-2014, 06:50 AM   #34
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Funny, www.lifetimeledllights.com has them listed as DOT compliant for both the H4 and H13.

H4/9003 LED headlights

H13 LED headlights
Hahaha! So...they changed their site since all of this was brought up. LOL!

Yesterday when I posted, it was a "copy and paste" from their site...
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Old 01-09-2014, 07:08 AM   #35
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Axman. How fast was the shipping?
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:00 AM   #36
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Just ordered my set. Used this coupon site for $22.35 off of price. Coupon code is Fish15.

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I tried using the code and it does show the discounted price but every time I try to check out, the price reverts back to $149. You obviously did not have that problem. Any suggestions?
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Old 01-09-2014, 12:32 PM   #37
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Just placed my order. I was able to use the Fish15 code. These should be a great upgrade to the stock lights.
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I tried using the code and it does show the discounted price but every time I try to check out, the price reverts back to $149. You obviously did not have that problem. Any suggestions?
Finally got it to accept the code. I don't know what I did differently but after many tries, it worked.

Thanks to the OP for bringing this to our attention.
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It took me a bit to get the code working too, but got it working and ordered! Thanks for the tip!
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Finally got it to accept the code. I don't know what I did differently but after many tries, it worked.

Thanks to the OP for bringing this to our attention.

Yeah, I should have mentioned the code was kind of weird. It doesn't seem to work until you do the final checkout. It will show it applied, then in the cart back to the original price, then when you checkout it applies itself again.
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:59 PM   #42
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No more pics at the moment. I avoid using my phone while driving. I'll try and get some Saturday since I have to be up early. I can stop in one of the state parks I drive through and get a few shots.
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Old 01-09-2014, 08:41 PM   #44
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I just installed these as well and it is a night and day difference compared to stock
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I tried using the code and it does show the discounted price but every time I try to check out, the price reverts back to $149. You obviously did not have that problem. Any suggestions?
The discount pops up at the end when you check out. It confused me at first. I can't wait to put these lights in. I can't see squat with the stock lights.
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Is the pic on the road the brights or highs!
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Ordered a pair last night. They are on backorder right now for a week or so.
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My pic is with the lows on. When I put the highs on it only makes a slight difference. I feel like I will get flashed by on coming cars cuz it's that bright compared to stock. My only con about these lights are that they are/look only half lit when you look into them. The top left corner gets most of the light and reflects around it. It is not noticeable when your driving so I don't really mind.
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My pic is with the lows on. When I put the highs on it only makes a slight difference. I feel like I will get flashed by on coming cars cuz it's that bright compared to stock. My only con about these lights are that they are/look only half lit when you look into them. The top left corner gets most of the light and reflects around it. It is not noticeable when your driving so I don't really mind.
Excellent! Thanks for the pics. Any issues with the install?
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Old 01-10-2014, 07:14 AM   #50
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No major issues at all with the Install. Took about 45 mins only cuz it was 10 degrees outside. Just like axman said it's like plug and play like a halogen bulb but has a mini ballister like an HID. I did not mount mine like axman did because I was lazy. The passenger side was a bit snug and had to maneuver the wiring and box a bit to get the headlight assembly back in but no big deal. Does seem like to me that the driver side headlight is a little bit brighter when driving because of how the passenger side reflects around the reflector housing.
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Old 01-10-2014, 07:33 AM   #51
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One of the Jeep girls in our club has these. I saw them up close a few nights ago. It has a cool white look, not blue though, the Trucklites are more blue then these from what I remembered. The light spot when looking at them from the front is on the upper side of the headlight, but it's not annoying if aimed right.

This may be a decent solution to my headlight debate. I was down the the JW Speakers or a HID kit. Then this cold front hit and some of the HID people were having issues. This may be a nice alternative.
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There's a way to aim them?
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subd: I want to keep an eye on these...hmmm sounds promising.
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Ordered. You guys blew the website up, and they're out of em. Figures, always the last to know...
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I'm guessing they're a small company but I got a shipping confirmation the same day I ordered.
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You can sum the headlights with a long torx driver. There's a great write up around here somewhere. On my phone, so not a great time for me to check.
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Yeah if you look around the trim ring, you will see an adjustment screw. I think it's at 10 o'clock passenger and 2 o'clock driver side, but could be the other way around.

You're supposed to park 25' away from a building on a level surface. Measure the height from the ground to the center of your headlight. Then adjust the top of the hotspot reflected on the building to be 2" below the headlight center measurement.
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Yeah if you look around the trim ring, you will see an adjustment screw. I think it's at 10 o'clock passenger and 2 o'clock driver side, but could be the other way around.

You're supposed to park 25' away from a building on a level surface. Measure the height from the ground to the center of your headlight. Then adjust the top of the hotspot reflected on the building to be 2" below the headlight center measurement.
Thank you!! Will give this a try
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ordered. You guys blew the website up, and they're out of em. Figures, always the last to know...
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ha!
Was told the same thing. They said that they were flooded with orders and mentioned a forum write-up! He told me more would be in by Wed.

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