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Old 08-04-2019, 03:59 PM   #15
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Update: Well, it isn't "perfect" but it is very usable. The new LED bulbs put out a lot of light, and really show how crummy the headlight housing reflectors are. ... but ... they put enough light down the road to drive at night. Took a 1 hour drive that was well lit and pleasant.
The bulbs I used were a pair of 9005 & a pair of 9006, in one box, from Sealight LED, that I got through Amazon.


I may still pursue the projector lights but at least I can travel at night now.
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Drove at night in the rain and, although not perfect, I did not feel uncomfortable. The headlight housings have reflectors that are not well designed as is evidenced by the light "pattern" that is put out on the road but the LED lights, with greater output and brighter white put enough light out to be able to drive at night.
I think I'm going to go ahead and try to modify a pair of housing to hold a pair of projector lamps so that the light can be harnessed and projected properly.
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Old 08-19-2019, 01:48 PM   #17
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My 2003 Bounder 35B Class A came with headlights out of s Cadillac DeVille per the serial number. They are LED. Lenses are cloudy and getting polished and then new LED BULBS.
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