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Old 01-29-2019, 06:07 PM   #31
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How big of a problem is the icing up? I知 assuming there is ice buildup on the exterior lense that inhibits the downrange light? Are there any other issues?

I知 moving to Houston but occasionally go to Montana hunting. I知 wondering how big of an issue it is.




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I got these lantsun LED's about 3 years ago, super bright, never flickers and a great price if I can get another year out of these I say I did alright I might even change them out for the newer lantsun models but I have been nothing but impressed by the wide spectrum of brightness from these LED's and the price.

I bought these 12/15 It's been 4 years , LEDS are still fine but the halos have just started cutting out and the white plastic housing on the halo has faded substantially. I wasn't happy with the beam pattern when I first bought them but they grew on me. I had one of the anti flicker harness's go bad after 3 months but the vendor mailed me two new ones. I was worried that the lights might be poor quality so I ordered another set of these as a backup and have had them in the box for the last 3.5 years waiting for these cheap lights to fail. I just put them on last weekend to replace the set with the halo's going out. So yeah for 90 bucks they aren't bad.

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I noticed on my previous post I mentioned I bought those lantsuns 12/15 and obviously that's only been a little over 3 years not 4.. Just an error on my part.
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For the Pro Comp users... Have you experienced any condensation/fogging of the lenses? I live up in Wisconsin and the cold weather we have is my only concern with a LED upgrade.
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Quadratec LED... with forum discounts about $300. Have in both my JKUs.. Plug and Play. They now offer heated models too.
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For the Pro Comp users... Have you experienced any condensation/fogging of the lenses? I live up in Wisconsin and the cold weather we have is my only concern with a LED upgrade.
I have not, but in AZ it's not something I would expect to find even in a crappy headlight...
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I知 on my 7th different set of headlights in 3 different Jeeps... The Pro Comps are top performers AND the lifetime warranty is a complete game changer.
I installed my Pro Comps yesterday and these will be my permanent headlights after going thru 2 other sets, not including stock. My last set were these https://www.amazon.com/LX-LIGHT-Roun...eb_14355767011 that some are talking about. I installed them less than 2 weeks ago. Yes they are better than stock, but they only lit up the road in front of me, like a flood light would do. Heck, my LED fogs lights are almost as good as these headlights. The hi-beams..weak!! I bought the LX headlights knowing that if I did not like them, that I would cough up the bucks and get a well known headlight. In the category of "GOOD, BETTER, BEST", the LX headlights to me, would be in the "GOOD" column. Pro Comps are only 250 bucks on Amazon.
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I thought I found an option for LED headlights but this fogging won稚 work since I知 in a cold climate too. Anyone have a heated LED headlight suggestion besides the pricey Premium Heated High Performance 7 Round LED Headlights from Quadratec??

I also have the LX-Lights and live in a cold weather state. They've been installed for just over 2 years, no moisture fogging issues or any other problems.
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I have the pro comps. They are crazy bright with a very sharp cut off. The only thing I don't care for about them is there is a very distinct blue/purple tint right at the edge of that cut off that gets quite large at range. I have never heard anyone else mention it in reviews but it is definitely there.
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Pro comps. I've not noticed any discoloring or the purple tint just mentioned. If I lived in the cold North where snow and ice could build up on the lenses, I would probably opt for heated lights.
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Found them on Amazon for $246 but not sure of the seller. Maybe Qtech will price match them.
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Annnnd this whole message is the reason I decided to spend a little extra and buy nice lights that I wouldn’t be messing with every year or so.
No offense to either of you. I just hate having to do anything twice. Headlights are easy enough to change, but once and done is even easier.

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I’m on my 7th different set of headlights in 3 different Jeeps... The Pro Comps are top performers AND the lifetime warranty is a complete game changer.
I installed my Pro Comps yesterday and these will be my permanent headlights after going thru 2 other sets, not including stock. My last set were these https://www.amazon.com/LX-LIGHT-Roun...eb_14355767011 that some are talking about. I installed them less than 2 weeks ago. Yes they are better than stock, but they only lit up the road in front of me, like a flood light would do. Heck, my LED fogs lights are almost as good as these headlights. The hi-beams..weak!! I bought the LX headlights knowing that if I did not like them, that I would cough up the bucks and get a well known headlight. In the category of "GOOD, BETTER, BEST", the LX headlights to me, would be in the "GOOD" column. Pro Comps are only 250 bucks on Amazon.
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Annnnd this whole message is the reason I decided to spend a little extra and buy nice lights that I wouldn稚 be messing with every year or so.
No offense to either of you. I just hate having to do anything twice. Headlights are easy enough to change, but once and done is even easier.
and you spent how much on what headlight?
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Annnnd this whole message is the reason I decided to spend a little extra and buy nice lights that I wouldn稚 be messing with every year or so.
No offense to either of you. I just hate having to do anything twice. Headlights are easy enough to change, but once and done is even easier.
To be fair, 4 of the 7 sets were given to me to test and evaluate. And I can swap out a set in less than about 10 minutes. Not really "messing with" in my situation. But I know what you are saying...

I don't find the Pro Comps to be all that expensive compared to other decent stuff on the market... Now the $99 Amazon lights? That's a different story.
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and you spent how much on what headlight?
I waited for the KC Hilites Christmas sale.
Yes I paid $400 dollars, but like I said I hate doing stuff two or three times.
Don’t get me wrong, $400 is a lot to pay. The reason I didn’t buy off Amazon or EBay was because I saw too many people switching out burned or water logged $100 headlights every year or so.
I figured by the time I bought and replaced two or three sets I could have just spent a wad once and no more worries.
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Hi all. I have to say this right off the bat: if you live in a colder climate especially somewhere where it snows, spend the money and get the really good heated LED headlights. Don't mess around with anything cheap because you'll regret it. Save your nickels pawn your jewelry sell your first-born whatever.
I have the Quadratec heated LEDs and almost fainted at parting with the money but after surviving two major snow events in Wisconsin, I couldn't be happier. I have the Quadratec LED fog lights as well -which are not heated - they were caked with snow while my headlights were clear.
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Can I ask a favour from anyone who has purchased the Pro Comps? The link provided goes nowhere and a search for LED lights on their site doesn't turn up anything related to Jeeps or any car/truck type. Maybe they pulled it or don't make them anymore.

https://www.procompusa.com/eSearch.a...ary&Ntt=76402P

Hoping somebody can provide a Pro Comp or Amazon link I can use.

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Can I ask a favour from anyone who has purchased the Pro Comps? The link provided goes nowhere and a search for LED lights on their site doesn't turn up anything related to Jeeps or any car/truck type. Maybe they pulled it or don't make them anymore.

https://www.procompusa.com/eSearch.a...ary&Ntt=76402P

Hoping somebody can provide a Pro Comp or Amazon link I can use.

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Interesting find. Hmmmm.
You can still buy them at other places, but even the part number turns up nothing on their site.

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I found them on Amazon and Q tec price matched and sent me a set that will have to be returned when they get the hi to low beam issue fixed. Lifetime warranty so I can wait.
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Best plug and play LED headlights?

Check out Inspired Engineering. They池e vendors on here and Sammi does some pretty awesome deals!
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Can I ask a favour from anyone who has purchased the Pro Comps? The link provided goes nowhere and a search for LED lights on their site doesn't turn up anything related to Jeeps or any car/truck type. Maybe they pulled it or don't make them anymore.

https://www.procompusa.com/eSearch.a...ary&Ntt=76402P

Hoping somebody can provide a Pro Comp or Amazon link I can use.

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I cannot tell you why, but the Pro Comp headlights have never been on their website...

Here's where I bought mine. You can PM @AOR and see if he has any discounts available. Allen treats us really well.

https://www.allensoffroad.com/LED-Li...ProComp-76402P
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I'm running Quadratec Gen II LED headlights and have been very happy with them. So much so, I bought the foglights to match.

Good price, great performance. Very happy with them.
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Here is an interesting review of several different styles and types of lights. Very insightful.
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I cannot tell you why, but the Pro Comp headlights have never been on their website...

Here's where I bought mine. You can PM @AOR and see if he has any discounts available. Allen treats us really well.

https://www.allensoffroad.com/LED-Li...ProComp-76402P
Thanks Pressurized. They look nice. I'm in Canada though where we use DRL (Daytime Running Lights), which that link says isn't supported. Also, I am worried about Winter icing due to the LEDs not providing heat.

Anyways, thanks for the info ... my search continues.

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Are there any chrome (oem looking) LED headlights that can be had at a decent price? I always see black...
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Thanks Pressurized. They look nice. I'm in Canada though where we use DRL (Daytime Running Lights), which that link says isn't supported. Also, I am worried about Winter icing due to the LEDs not providing heat.



Anyways, thanks for the info ... my search continues.



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check out QTech痴 heated LED痴 - made for them by JWS. I bought those as when we get Winter precip, it is usually freezing rain and wet snow/slush. They are a nice improvement over stock housings with upgrades bulbs (what I had tried first) and the integrated heating elements remove worries about lights being occluded by frozen stuff. QTech also gives a WF member discount if you let them know you池e a forum member.


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I cannot tell you why, but the Pro Comp headlights have never been on their website...

Here's where I bought mine. You can PM @AOR and see if he has any discounts available. Allen treats us really well.

https://www.allensoffroad.com/LED-Li...ProComp-76402P
Yes, they have never been on their site. Only the LED light bar has. Weird but true. Add to cart at the above link for your savings. Again thank you @Pressurized

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Thanks Pressurized. They look nice. I'm in Canada though where we use DRL (Daytime Running Lights), which that link says isn't supported. Also, I am worried about Winter icing due to the LEDs not providing heat.

Anyways, thanks for the info ... my search continues.

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If you have a programmer already, just switch the DRL function to the fogs or turns.
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We offer many different lights. I run the Quadratec Stealth LED lights in both my JK and in my TJ. I highly recommend them!

https://www.quadratec.com/p/quadratec/gen-II-led-headlights-07-17-jeep-wrangler-jk





I also recommend the heated headlights that we offer that are made by JW Speaker:

https://www.quadratec.com/p/quadratec/heated-led-projector-beam-headlamps-jeep-wrangler-jk



Here are the JW Speaker:

https://www.quadratec.com/p/jw-speaker/8700-evolution-j2-series-led-headlight-wrangler-jk



Here is a link to all of the headlights that we offer: https://www.quadratec.com/categories/lighting_lenses_bulbs/headlights

If in Canada and need DRL you can use a programmer to program your lights to do so.

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I'm glad they updated the video to include newer headlights... Still a bummer that they don't include a few of our most common headlights here, like the Quadratec's and the Pro Comps. Both use proprietary circuitry and design versus the OEM MFG's version.

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