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Quadratec LED Headlight & Fog Light Uprgade

Hey whats up everyone? I've been lurking on here for a while now just never posted. I am ready to pull the trigger on some new lighting for the Jeep. I really like the fact that the quadratec LED headlight and fog light kit is approx $600. I've seen some reviews on them but no one really comments enough about them. To all that have these lights, do you have any issues, are they worth the upgrade over stock? Have you run into problems that other LED lights have faced I.E. driving in snow and freezing rain and have it cake onto the headlight due to the fact that the Lights don't put out much heat?
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post #2 of 3 Old 12-21-2015, 12:25 PM
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Hey whats up everyone? I've been lurking on here for a while now just never posted. I am ready to pull the trigger on some new lighting for the Jeep. I really like the fact that the quadratec LED headlight and fog light kit is approx $600. I've seen some reviews on them but no one really comments enough about them. To all that have these lights, do you have any issues, are they worth the upgrade over stock? Have you run into problems that other LED lights have faced I.E. driving in snow and freezing rain and have it cake onto the headlight due to the fact that the Lights don't put out much heat?
We sell quite a few of these with many, many happy Jeepers! The main negative of any LED headlight is going to be what you mentioned: Lack of heat. It's a substantial difference. However, from my experience and that of those on the forums, it's really only an issue in the heavier, sticky snow & ice that one typically sees with temps hovering right around the freezing mark. This is the snow that sticks to even the OEM headlights. The light, fluffy stuff does not cause any issues from what I have seen.

If snow buildup is a concern to you I recommend the heated Truck-Lite LED headlights here for a bit more money:

http://www.quadratec.com/products/97009_8003.htm

If you would like a discounted quote please PM me with the part number(s) you would like to order as well as your first & last name, address, zip. I'll get back to you with a discounted quote.

Thanks!

-Rick


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I've the headlights for close to a year and don't have any issues with them. I cant speak about driving with them in the snow but like i said it's a good alternative.
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