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found superbrightleds.com with halos light. had to order twice for the correct size:money::crazy::smile:
the red and white in the cup holders did not fit the front headlights, so found other options
for them, headlamp halos are the 70mm, jusy fyi Product Text Font Screenshot Website
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AEx-xCOB is the part # for the headlamps 70mm, but you have to add the outer cover which is part #
AE70-PCCOB, $11.95 each, $1.95 each ring

AEx-x-BK is the part # for the red cooler lights and the cup holder, they were to big for the headlamps at 80mm, cover part # is
AEPC-80, $7.95, $1.95 for ring
 

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be careful which brand u buy. Someone on here posted pics and a link to an ebay site. I ordered a set and followed their instructions. I used a silicone glue and was sure to use enough to seal the halo lights but still got mud and water inside. About half of each halo ring is now not working. Any info on a good brand that will hold up to water and mud would be greatly helpful.
 

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that is the question, will they hold up? But for that price, it was worth it to me. I snapped them into the rings and pushed down as far a possible and then sealed them with silicone. I use a small paint brushed to push the silicone into the ring to make sure there is a good seal. I use super glue on the rings to hold them to the headlamp panel. It dried clear. easy to reattach if they come loose, they wont have to come all the way off.
 

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