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Best LED headlights under $400? Infinite offroad and Empire offroad opinions?

daylee6003

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I have been thinking about getting the LED RGB headlights from infinite offroad. Leaning towards some headlights from Empire offroad. I am kind of liking the chief chasers. https://empireoffroadled.com/collections/custom-collection-2 I currently have JW speakers not sure what model, they came on the jeep. I am open to other brands as well. What do you guys think?

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Chris

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Those are nothing more than run of the mill Chinese headlights that they’ve slapped their name on and marked up to stupid amounts.

See this thread, PLEASE:

 
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daylee6003

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Those are nothing more than run of the mill Chinese headlights that they’ve slapped their name on and marked up to stupid amounts.

See this thread, PLEASE:

Really? that sucks. Thanks i will check out that post right now. Any clue what JW headlights are on my jeep now? And pretty much every headlight that changes colors is going to be a cheaper quality?
 

TJOregon

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Those are nothing more than run of the mill Chinese headlights that they’ve slapped their name on and marked up to stupid amounts.

See this thread, PLEASE:

Chris,

I did check out the post you linked here. A lot of the inforamation you laid out in the post is from 2015. Is it still current?