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Dapper Lighting headlights install (v2’s)

I will be doing a full install of this great product I purchased from Dapper Lighting... (v2’s) stay tuned. 

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Time to start the removal process. I started by removing the headlight/grill trim, there are four screws in front and one hook screw (red arrow) in the back. DB9B3EA5-D68C-429B-9AF7-90BF4337E518.thumb.jpeg.421ce0dfbb7d39ccea735b61cfa0fd55.jpeg

 

Once it’s removed you can see the headlight ring trim which is held down to the bucket with three small flat head screws549AEB0E-E2D9-422D-B9AA-2AC162DB25E8.thumb.jpeg.6057fd09522a676901ec645214037416.jpeg

 

Now that the headlight is removed you has clear access to the headlight bucket and bracket. There are four bolts holding it down, the bracket should fall right out. Depending on the shape of the bracket it may need to be cleaned up and re-sprayed. 

 

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Fresh paint...

 

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Long screws are needed to mount the V2’s to the headlight brackets. Only because the older H4 are much more shallow than the V2 projector! You can see the size difference in the 3rd pic! 

 

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Both lights are now installed and wiring should be a snap 👍🏾 pics and video 🎥 will be next

      

 

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Here are some pics of the halo ring and the wiring that is provided.....

 

 

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Shot of the switch back yellow halo ring....

 

 

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And short video clip...

 

 

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I really like the look of this product and will prob also be going in this direction for lighting. Look forward to your progress and thoughts on how they work out!

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