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    Guy with a DeLorean Mark D's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helirich View Post
    Those look nice. The description is great too. The only thing they fail to mention is construction. I love everything about my LEDís except the plastic lens. I suspect the lens will scratch, cloud or yellow before the LED wares out. Why canít they make them out of glass?
    The description says "UV treated polycarbonate" which typically means once the coating is blasted off by road grit the underlying plastic will start to yellow and fade. I wish they were glass as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    Holley now offers LED 4x6 headlights offering the OE look that JW does not. Anyone try these?
    Wow, those look authentic!

    Switching to the JW Speaker 8800s was amazing compared to even the Hella housings. Having a completely engineered lamp module makes a huge difference and I'd expect the Holley to be similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark D View Post
    The description says "UV treated polycarbonate" which typically means once the coating is blasted off by road grit the underlying plastic will start to yellow and fade. I wish they were glass as well.

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    Can always apply PPF to them.
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    Those Holley lenses look great. I'm tempted but I want someone else to do it first.... haha. I'd definitely get them PPF'ed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 82DMC12 View Post
    Those Holley lenses look great. I'm tempted but I want someone else to do it first.... haha. I'd definitely get them PPF'ed.
    If my car was in my possession I'd buy them yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    Can always apply PPF to them.
    You're right, that's probably the best way to go in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 82DMC12 View Post
    Those Holley lenses look great. I'm tempted but I want someone else to do it first.... haha. I'd definitely get them PPF'ed.
    Pulled the trigger and will post photos once they're installed and tested.
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