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Already bought a pair from the linked seller and received them last week. I can post pictures of the actual fog lights if anyone wants to see them.
 

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They look to be the same quality as the pair I paid over $90 a few years ago. The walls are real chrome plating that's highly reflective unlike the OEM rough silver plating that turns black when it gets hot. The pair I put on the R/T a few years ago still look brand new. Even the lenses. I highly recommend these. Would also make for a good cheap pair to mod with projectors.
 

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Those used to be double in price a few years ago.
Yea ,,,, but these are far from oem quality . Only time will tell how they hold up.

I had to heat the snap tabs on the back to get it to stay on securely and I also replaced
the bulbs with a better brand. The light socket is held in with two small screws that
barely work , so I used a little JB weld to secure it in place.

There probably still worth the $42 shipped.
 

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Just looked at one of mine. The bulb socket assembly looks the same as OEM. Checked the screws and mine are tight and not stripped out in the plastic. Maybe the screws on yours were over-torqued in assembly? They also use the same spring wire bulb retainer as OEM. I put the back cover back on with no problems. It latches just fine.

Maybe I got lucky with my pair?
 

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Considering a single fog light from the dealer retails for $136 and $108 discounted online...these are a bargain!
 

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Bought a second pr. for my wifes car. Both had the center reflector assembly loose
with at least one tab broken. I again used some JB weld and Goop to make the lights
useable. If it wasn't for the dirt cheap price then I'd send them back , but then again
there's zero service / communication after the sale as they wouldn't return my e-mails
and if you read the sale criteria it says we don't replace items rec'd broken.

Your call ????
 

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meh...junkyard or oem....doesn't sound like a great deal for broken and u fix parts....no thanks...I get a pretty good deal at the autobody shop on new ones or at least aftermarket that is exactly like oem...
 

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..... but then again
there's zero service / communication after the sale as they wouldn't return my e-mails
and if you read the sale criteria it says we don't replace items rec'd broken.

Your call ????
Add them to the list of sellers NEVER to buy from!:thanks:
 

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Here's the details they provide for shipping and warranty. Looks like they cover them for 60 for any reason and 1 year total. It also looks like they cover return shipping? If you called for an RMA due to something being broken when you receive it they would cover it. The return needs to be in the original packaging if not and it's damaged in return shipping then no go! At least that's how I read it.

We accept payment via Paypal and credit/debit cards via Paypal.
We accept returns or exchanges within 60 days of receipt for any reason.
When returning an item, please contact us for a Return Authorization Number (RAN) before you ship back the package. Please pack the returned parts in the original packaging and insure the returned shipment as we will not refund if the product is damaged during return shipping.
A restocking fee of 20% applies to returns. Restocking fees will be waived if the return is due to circumstances not controlled by the customer.
Grille4You will cover 100% of the costs associated with a return or exchange if the wrong item or a defective item was sent.
 

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Call em up for an RMA!
 
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