I love my LASfit LED headlights and fogs

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    Pretty bright

    10k lumen headlights and 7k fogs

    tiny rabbit chilling in the rain on the sidewalk haha

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    I was thinking of installing LED headlights and fog lights on my Lexus, but the current hid's turn when you turn the steering wheel, the LED's don't, so I'm leaving them stock.

    Take a front pic when you get a chance
     
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    Haha ok either after work or tomorrow morning. I leave when it’s dark and I come home when it’s dark.. Studio hours are long lol.
     
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    #4 xbbnx, Dec 4, 2019 at 4:46 PM
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    I've had the LASFit headlights on my car for about 10 months now. Still as bright as brand new, visibility is still good, and no issues at all. Will definitely recommend.
     
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    Decided against doing the fogs because I'm too lazy lol

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    Ha ha I know what you mean!
     
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    Just got home haha

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    Looks really nice... and bright!
     
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    Ya man it’s nice! I’m going to upgrade my high beams to the same as my headlights. Anyone who cuts me off will not be happy :headbang:
     
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    So those aren't your highbeams? It looks like your headlights are aimed way too high. You shouldn't be illuminating the 2nd story of houses.
     
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    Lol look at the green lights. My high beams would show a little blue light for high beams
     
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    Driving in front of you must suck lol
     
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    #13 amirza786, Dec 5, 2019 at 11:39 AM
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    They are 10K! A lot of LED car lights are pretty bright, sometimes I think people behind me have their brights on, but the don't. He definitely should aim those down. Thankfully, I have an auto dimming mirror!
     
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    There is a FB group called Headlight Junkies. Go post your picture there and see what type of feedback you get. You really need to aim those down.
     
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    I was blinded just by looking at the pictures. They are way too bright and aimed way too high. I can't even see the cut off.
     
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