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Here are a few pictures of a Range Rover Headlight we just completed for a customer. These are pre 2010 lights, we painted everything gloss black and added very bright white Halo type LED's. We have been doing alot of Range Rover customizing that includes plenty of Headlights/Taillights. Most of our customers are actually out of our area but we ship out these mods daily now!

We will be updating the thread with on vehicle customer photo's soon!







 

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Can you PM me the cost of the halo's? I know I can just order some cheapos off fleabay but if there is a story behind why these are so much nicer I'd like to hear it! I've read why before but I don't remember. Again, PM me the cost for a set of halo's for a 2007 (2 rings per headlight like above)
 

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How much would that run? Pm please :)
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Can you PM me the cost of the halo's? I know I can just order some cheapos off fleabay but if there is a story behind why these are so much nicer I'd like to hear it! I've read why before but I don't remember. Again, PM me the cost for a set of halo's for a 2007 (2 rings per headlight like above)
Hey, shoot me an email ([email protected]) seems like I can't PM you.
 

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Thanks for the info. When you black out the reflectors like those, I assume the high beams dont work very well after that right? What about the turn signals, significant effect on them?

The HID dome (for the low-beams) is just smoked, so I'm assuming loss of light there is pretty minimal.
 

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What paint are you using for the inside?
 

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Thanks for the info. When you black out the reflectors like those, I assume the high beams dont work very well after that right? What about the turn signals, significant effect on them?

The HID dome (for the low-beams) is just smoked, so I'm assuming loss of light there is pretty minimal.
The high beams like that will not reflect like before unfortunately, however the Range Rover's have the Xenon high beam so you can just use that instead.

Low Beam cover is not touched, we paint around it so no light loss there.

What paint are you using for the inside?
We use PPG paint/clear and etching primer.
 
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