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    Bring this back up...
    If buying new ones, are aftermarket ones (most likely Chinese) any good? They are so cheap it seems like worth a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rpugh View Post
    Bring this back up...
    If buying new ones, are aftermarket ones (most likely Chinese) any good? They are so cheap it seems like worth a try.
    SpyderAuto lights are good, had them through 2 summers here in the California desert (100-120) outside temp and even hotter for the lights since they sat in direct sunlight nearly all day. I didn't have any issues with them fogging after raining either.

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    Default Re: foggy headlights

    Results are mixed on the cheap aftermarket headlights. Most people seem to have problems with them eventually though. I've had a couple sets of Spyder lights that I didn't have any problems with. I had another set that I got really cheap from Amazon (don't remember the brand) just to try them out. They lasted about 3 months then started having some serious moisture buildup any time it rained. Another factor is whether or not you have the leveling system in your OEM headlights. There aren't any aftermarket brands (that I know of) that have them leveling motors in them. Some people have adapted the OEM motors to fit aftermarket headlights though...

    Either way you decide, aftermarket or OEM, let me know if I can help with pricing or availability on any of them!
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    I polished my 06 as well as some of my daughters (3) and finished with gloss uv resistant clear coat from Walmart ($5ish) . Lasts long time GI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyhitchcock29 View Post
    I polished my 06 as well as some of my daughters (3) and finished with gloss uv resistant clear coat from Walmart ($5ish) . Lasts long time GI.

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    Thanks for the info! I'm always looking for new products for the headlights especially ones that have good hands on reviews.

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    I have used liquid sealants and my lights have since remained in a good shape. However, it is a process that you need to do on a regular basis, like a habit. This would ensure that they remain in that same good condition throughout your entire usage. Else, the fogs will just keep coming back.

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