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Re: Head Light type

Postby ScienceBoy » 28 Jun 2015, 12:18

Saw some of the angel eyes on a Landy last week. Looked neat.
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Re: Head Light type

Postby CovKid » 28 Jun 2015, 15:26

They're way brighter than Hella units too. I can't even describe the difference. :shock:

Read a few posts on facebook where people were looking for replacement glass for Hella units. Having gone down that road in the past, I wouldn't even bother now. They're just not as good as modern units which are half the price. No brainer really.
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Re: Head Light type

Postby slowcoach » 13 Feb 2018, 15:49

Dredging this old but very useful thread back :-) I've got the angel eye units now, and have just held them up for fitment. I can see how the 3 plastic lugs sit nicely into recesses in the headlight bowls, so that takes care of the placement And should keep alignment the same.

But fixing them looks like I do need bezels really (to drill and cable tie as in this thread). The bezels all seem approx £12 each whisch is a shame! Is there any recent info on best method here? Any cheaper suppliers of bezels or fixings?
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