SPL Classic 7'' Inch Cree Chips LED Headlights for Jeep Wrangler 97-2017 JK TJ LJ Hummber H1 H2(Black Pair) 4333012267

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$44.73
  • Brightest headlight with this classic looking in the market! With BEST CREE led chips, 4500LM High Beam & 3200LM Low Beam
  • Just plug and play, Easy to install, Built-in anti-flicker. Don't need to wire DRL wires since they have no DRL -P. I know you LOVE this simple desgin
  • Shock-proof waterproof(IP67),6000K,more than 80,000 hour lifespan. Risk-free under 1 year warranty
  • DOT approved, safe for road use. Best light pattern provides safe driving for everyone
  • Package included: 2 Pcs Classic 7 inch LED headlights + 2 Pcs H4 to H13 adapters. FITMENT: Jeep Wrangler CJ-7 1976~1986;Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler 1981~1985;Jeep Wrangler TJ (1997-2006);Jeep Wrangler TJ Unlimited / LJ (2003-2006);Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door (2007-2015);Jeep Wrangler JK 4 Door Unlimited (2007-2015);Land Rover Defender 90 & 110;AM General Hummer (1992~2001);Hummer H1&H2 (2003~2009)

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Captain Half Wit
May 16, 2018
Overall, I'd buy these lights again, based on my initial impressions.

2013 Jeep Wrangler Sport 2-door.

The Good:
These LED headlights are a huge improvement in lighting over the OEM Jeep Wrangler JK headlights, which are dangerously dim. I'm talking 300% brighter. Make sure you adjust the aim of the headlights, as they point quite a bit higher than stock.

The Bad:
These lights needed modifications in order to install them in my 2013 Jeep Wrangler. They 3 tabs on the perimeter that are supposed to align with 3 slots in the OEM light housings. The drivers side LED light body slips right into the housing with no problems. The passenger side light did not not fit at all. One of the tabs on the light body was way off and couldn't be installed.

I contacted the seller through Amazon and Ace responded in less than 24 hours, so kudos for responsiveness. He offered a full refund, or a partial refund if I thought I could modify it to make it work. I have a degree in Redneck Engineering, so I chose to modify. I had to completely cut out the 11 o'clock tab on the passenger side to allow it to fit. I first tried grinding down the offending tab, but they are hollow and after grinding away most of one side of the tab it still wouldn't fit, so I had to use a Dremel with a cutoff wheel to completely remove the aluminum tab. It now fits well and doesn't rotate within the OEM housing at all.

The Quirkiness:
There is no flickering, but my daytime running lights don't work as expected. The OEM functionality is that the daytime running lights are a dimmer version of the stock low beams. With these LED lights, the daytime running lights are full high-beams. Odd, but I'm OK with it.

Despite the fact that these are not plug & play, I'd buy them again. Attached are some pics of the modifications I had to do.
MA burbster
July 18, 2018
These replaced another led application that I’ve had nothing but issues with the last 2 years. Installed these just over a week ago on ‘15 JK Sport and overall pleased, so far. These things are super clear and on order of HID bright (definitely check beam pattern leaking high I’ve gotten a few oncoming flashes) and NO flickering! Which for Jeep owners you know all too well what that is.

My only constructive feedback to the manufacturer is on passenger side fitment and cannonplug harness build quality. Regarding fitment - receiver notching on the passengers side is slightly different on the JK and manufacturer did not take into account so one needs to slightly shave off a little plastic on the OEM receiver housing ring where the crome holddown ring screws down / attaches. No biggie - just get a sharp blade and you 2-3 minutes later all set. Regarding harness build quality - the H4 to H13 harnesses are not nearly robust enough for a Jeep’s front end environment and as such are very suspectible to innerpin corrosion / failure. Definitely use a little dialectic grease and a high quality sealing tape to secure and hopefully not have an issue.
kj russell
February 24, 2018
I installed the headlamps in December of 2017. While on a road trip, February 21, 2018 the left headlight quit working. By the time I got home the right one quit. I'm now without headlights.
RRR
December 3, 2018
I've had these lights installed on my 2000 TJ for about a month now, and overall I am pleased with the lights. The pattern and brightness were such a major change from my original headlights, I wanted to use them a while before providing a review.

First off, these are very bright lights! They make the original sealed-beam headlights from back in the day seem like actual candles were used instead of electric lights. It's fantastic to be able to see where you're going! The low beam pattern on these headlights have a very sharp cutoff at the top of the pattern, and I'm not quite sure I like it being so sharp. If I adjusted them as my dealer, and most of the other users suggest, I feel like I'm over-driving my lights - put another way, when adjusted as such, once you exceed about 45 mph, you're not seeing far enough down the road to feel safe. This was how I initially used them, but felt like I needed a little more "down-the-road" light, so I raised them ever so slightly, which solved the problem for me. Unfortunately, due to the brightness of these headlights, oncoming drivers are complaining a bit, as I now get "flashed" when I'm using the lows.. Adjusted as first set, you would think that all you need to do is to use the high beams, but that is where I have the most issue with these lights. The high beams do not project down the center of the pattern, as you might expect. Instead, they seem to be aimed way too high, and serve little purpose other than to light the middle and upper branches of the trees along the roadway, which is interesting if you're looking for raccoons or opossums (that have yet to try to cross the road)! The high beams also seem to have a wider throw up close, which does improve seeing items to your sides, but again, they provide very little light on the road beyond the low beams.

Overall, I am still happy with the lights - they are 1,000,000 times better than my old sealed beams. I just wish the high beams were a bit more of spots to light the road in front of me, and not as much as a flood light, lighting everything above and to the sides of the road, but very little down the road.

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