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post #21 of 84 (permalink) Old 06-30-2015, 06:27 PM
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Understandable, but not something I'd recommend personally

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D.T.R.L.'S are simply lights on at all times during the day. I looked into it, and the Police Officer I spoke with said, "As long as I see "white lights on , I will not pull a car over". He also added that it was the last thing that they really worry about. Burnt out headlights are a totally different story. The search for the cure continues. Thanks.
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DD, you should know by now.....pics or it didn't happen.

I didn't see any on your site, could you enlighten us as to how they look?



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Diode Dynamics is pleased to announce a new color for our popular XML2 fog light -YELLOW! The XML2 utilizes genuine CREE XML2 components, for a true, measured output of 1,420 lumens. 100% plug-and-play. Sizes available include 9005, 9006, H8, H10, H11, H16, and PSX24W.

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DD, you should know by now.....pics or it didn't happen.

I didn't see any on your site, could you enlighten us as to how they look?
Our new professional photographer just started on Wednesday and hasn't had a chance to photograph these yet.

They are spot on in color and they produce the same output as our other XML2 options

I really like their appearance, even when they are off they look cool

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I don't see anything listed for the Canyon beyond 2012 on the website. Is everything just the same as the Colorado? Any word on when the yellow fogs will be back in stock?
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I don't see anything listed for the Canyon beyond 2012 on the website. Is everything just the same as the Colorado? Any word on when the yellow fogs will be back in stock?
Are you referring to pre-2012, or 2012 and newer models? We have bulbs available in every major size, we just haven't had a chance to update the Colorado listing to include older model years.

The Yellow XML2s are in stock and ready to ship

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Are you referring to pre-2012, or 2012 and newer models? We have bulbs available in every major size, we just haven't had a chance to update the Colorado listing to include older model years.

The Yellow XML2s are in stock and ready to ship

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When I go to your site, the quick find drop down have options for GMC - Canyon - 2004 to 2012. There isn't anything newer than 2012 listed for the Canyon.

When I go to the 2015 Colorado, the only option I have for the yellow fog lights LEDs is the XP80 and they are listed as OUT OF STOCK. I'm interested in the yellow XML2s for my Canyon but I can't find them.
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When I go to your site, the quick find drop down have options for GMC - Canyon - 2004 to 2012. There isn't anything newer than 2012 listed for the Canyon.

When I go to the 2015 Colorado, the only option I have for the yellow fog lights LEDs is the XP80 and they are listed as OUT OF STOCK. I'm interested in the yellow XML2s for my Canyon but I can't find them.
We are in the process of updated the website to include more Canyon model-year fitment.

With that being said the 2015+ Canyon uses the same fog light bulb size as the 2015+ Colorado, which is listed here on our site: Fog Light LEDs for 2015-2016 Chevrolet Colorado (pair) - Colorado - Chevrolet - Products By Vehicle

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thank you for the black friday sale. Just put in my $200 order for a bunch of bulbs between my Canyon and the Camaro.
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thank you for the black friday sale. Just put in my $200 order for a bunch of bulbs between my Canyon and the Camaro.
Thank you for ordering with us

We appreciate it and have a great Thanksgiving!!

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I know you have the HID conversions but will you ever be adding LED high beam replacements? I have all the rest of your LED's except for front turn signals which I hope to add shortly and I would really like to convert my high beams to LED. Thanks! Your products are very well made and so far very easy install.
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I know you have the HID conversions but will you ever be adding LED high beam replacements? I have all the rest of your LED's except for front turn signals which I hope to add shortly and I would really like to convert my high beams to LED. Thanks! Your products are very well made and so far very easy install.
Our XML2's are suitable for high-beam use, although they aren't specifically listed for the Colorado/Canyon's high beam location.

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Our XML2's are suitable for high-beam use, although they aren't specifically listed for the Colorado/Canyon's high beam location.

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So basically people are installing high beams for their fog lights. Oncoming traffic must love you guys
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So basically people are installing high beams for their fog lights. Oncoming traffic must love you guys
They are certainly bright but surprisingly, I've never had anyone flash me their highs while driving. I've even passed a few cops and was a little worried but they kept on going. I also installed yellow XML2s so that may help a bit as well.
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Don't get me wrong, I definitely want a pair, but the Canadian dollar is so poor, I have to source it from somewhere north of the border so I don't get hosed with fees, taxes, and duty.

Unless our pals at Diode Dynamics want to offer a cross border discount
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Don't get me wrong, I definitely want a pair, but the Canadian dollar is so poor, I have to source it from somewhere north of the border so I don't get hosed with fees, taxes, and duty.

Unless our pals at Diode Dynamics want to offer a cross border discount
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Don't get me wrong, I definitely want a pair, but the Canadian dollar is so poor, I have to source it from somewhere north of the border so I don't get hosed with fees, taxes, and duty.

Unless our pals at Diode Dynamics want to offer a cross border discount
I would think smuggling across our northern border would be much easier than smuggling across our southern border.... and that seems to happen a lot!
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I just got done installing the HID 5000k conversion kit which looks awesome with the XML2 Fogs Lights. Can't wait to check it out tonight.

Based on what I read below, Can I put the same XML2 LEDs in my high beams to even everything out? Is that correct? If so I am ordering the switchbacks and the XML2 LEDs for high beams today.

I also need the lic. plate leds to match the reverse lights LEDs that went on with the fogs. The stock lic. plate lights look very blah and outdated now.
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I just got done installing the HID 5000k conversion kit which looks awesome with the XML2 Fogs Lights. Can't wait to check it out tonight.

Based on what I read below, Can I put the same XML2 LEDs in my high beams to even everything out? Is that correct? If so I am ordering the switchbacks and the XML2 LEDs for high beams today.

I also need the lic. plate leds to match the reverse lights LEDs that went on with the fogs. The stock lic. plate lights look very blah and outdated now.
The XML2s are suitable for high-beam use. They produce plenty of output for that location.

License plate should be a simple 194 bulb replacement

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