I bought those cheap headlights from Ebay. Don't go there. They looked nice but each time I washed my car they got water inside. The inside chromium plating got blurry and I had to replace it with original parts after two months. They also didn't fit as good as the originals.
Well, when you buy them for $70/pair vs. ~$75/each I can afford to put $1 worth of silicon around the perimeter of my aftermarket headlamps.
Also, it is a good idea to pop out the molded inserts that are in the aftermarket headlamps as they spin very easily... Just pop them out and use a longer bolt with a self locking nut underneith and it'll never break on you! I attempted to drill out the molded inserts when I first got mine, only to have them freeze on the drill bit and spin out of the housing. Exactly what I needed to happen.
Ok. You can fix that. I still think you should't. But you don't want to install more than 65 W lamps in those assemblys. The plastic supports of the black metal deflector inside will melt and the loose parts will fall inside the lamp. And there is no way to take them out from the inside or fix it. It happened to me.
These are the ones I bought. I don't recommend anybody try it.