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    LED H1 Bulbs

    Looking to buy some LED bulbs for my dipped beam. I bought a bulb similar to the first design but it didn't fit in the holder due to the diameter of the tip, and I was wondering if the 2nd flat design would fit, or if there's a certain brand that would fit without having to chop stuff up.

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    Out of stock now,
    Here’s the ones I bought
    H1 LED Headlight Bulbs - BOSWEE 60w 10400LM/Set 6000K Cool White - 3 Years Manufacture Warranty https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07H2BVX..._DmtXDbV9M83CS

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    In stock https://www.amazon.co.uk/Headlight-1...KJKX7THAV0431N

    The caps that fit the back of the headlamps won’t fit with the fans on the back of these btw

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    I'll keep it in mind cheers

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    Never used the LED lamps before, how are they in terms of light and how long they last?

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    A couple of my friends use them and they're far superior in reliability and price compared to xenons

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps13ben View Post
    Never used the LED lamps before, how are they in terms of light and how long they last?
    If you click on the link in my first reply you can see the photo I posted in my review.

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    I took apart my headlights tonight in an attempt to fit some HIDs, however the back housing was too big to fit inside the dust caps and the metal spring holder had no chance of fitting. The ones linked above also look like this spring wont fit over the top to hold them in place?

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B078XR1Z...395841_TE_dp_1

    The ones i bought, before taking apart the headlight so didnt know what i was getting into

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    I bought some that were regular H1 size (without the fan on the back) but they're so dim that they're worse than halogens. I'll try and get some with the fans on the back at a later date and try removing the headlight assembly to have a better chance at fitting the bulbs

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    The bulb retaining springs have to be reshaped slightly to allow fitment of the bulb.
    The LED replacements are waterproof anyway so the caps aren’t important,
    I bought some spare headlights with all the wiring in place had a practice run on these as the new bulbs come with loads of spare wire length and the original wiring needs to be shortened (if you’re a bit OCD)

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