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Old 11-11-2015, 03:30 PM
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http://www.anzousa.com/media/wysiwyg/HP101.jpg
I took this pic from their home page. I think they look pretty good though.
I'am waiting for a response back from them as to when they will be released. Should be a nice option for us non led guys.
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hopefully they will allow hid of led bulbs to fit to make good use of the projectors. Personally hate projectors with halogen bulbs.
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Has anyone had good experience with Anzo? Aren't they moisture prone knockoffs? Just asking.
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Looking good and functioning good are two different things. I have had good looking headlights before (not Anzo) that performed terribily.
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I like these a lot for some reason
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Hopefully soon... I have crap halogens and have been looking to get upgrade.. and these look great.
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I was told by anzo close to second quarter
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No thanks. I have a brand new pickup. These look like something a kid would buy on ebay for a 20 year old civic.
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Originally Posted by crankinaway View Post
Has anyone had good experience with Anzo? Aren't they moisture prone knockoffs? Just asking.
I had a set on my '96 Bronco. They held up well. Weren't leaking when I sold the truck.
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