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After market LED headlights

ifrankyr

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Seller on eBay has good reviews, seems like they are selling Alpharex pro/luxx series headlights cheaper and under their brand name (possibly buys directly from their supplier). And it looks like they have OEM led headlight. Has anyone bought from this seller ? C18456FF-E72B-4541-AFD2-23EF53B549BA.png 1B9D22FB-4565-4980-94D7-B79114E384F8.png C767AAEF-4023-46E8-AF4B-73382FD269A9.png
 

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You could try them, it can't hurt since its free returns. Unfortunately I bought some aftermarket headlights and they were beautiful, just not bright enough for me. I ended up buying the stock LEDS.
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You could try them, it can't hurt since its free returns. Unfortunately I bought some aftermarket headlights and they were beautiful, just not bright enough for me. I ended up buying the stock LEDS.
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How much did the stock leds end up costing you ?
 

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:rolleyes: ALOT! $1,400 bucks! Still hurts a bit, but their worth it.
 

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In the exact same boat as above. Had the AlphaRex lights in my truck for almost a year, never happy with how they matched or the light output. Went the OEM route, not even close, definitely happy with the decision.

I did not have the expensive full LED AlphaRex lights (cost closer to OEM) so can’t speak to them, but for half the price you get a lot less light.

I paid about the same as above. Got rears at the same time - that hurt.
 

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In the exact same boat as above. Had the AlphaRex lights in my truck for almost a year, never happy with how they matched or the light output. Went the OEM route, not even close, definitely happy with the decision.

I did not have the expensive full LED AlphaRex lights (cost closer to OEM) so can’t speak to them, but for half the price you get a lot less light.

I paid about the same as above. Got rears at the same time - that hurt.
Yeah, I couldn't swing both at the same time, but I will be doing the rears at some point.
 

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