Super-bright Lumen LED Headlight Conversion Kit for Chevy Colorado at CARiD - Chevy Colorado & GMC Canyon
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Super-bright Lumen LED Headlight Conversion Kit for Chevy Colorado at CARiD

New product at CARiD - Lumen LED Headlight Conversion Kit!

Our LED headlight conversion kit by LUMEN is designed as a direct replacement for your stock halogen bulbs. It is developed to provide a better focused projection on the road with diamond white tint. These LED lights are more advance in compare to Halogen and HID (Xenon) lights as they provide almost twice brighter light and high energy efficiency. They are error free and wouldn't cause any problems with your factory wiring and computer. All Lumen LEDs are covered with 5-year manufacturer warranty.

* Longer lifetime - up to 50,000 hours of lifetime compared to 2,000 hours for traditional bulbs;
* Brighter, more concentrated light seen in all weather conditions;
* LEDs illuminate 0.2 seconds faster than incandescent bulbs, or about 10 times faster;
* LEDs use less energy than traditional bulbs without getting hot;
* CANBUS compatible;
* Easy plug and play installation;
* Backed by a 5-year warranty.

Lumen® - LED Headlight Conversion Kit at CARiD

Watch the video overview below - our product expert Greg will tell you more about each LED bulb type and help you to choose the right setup for your Colorado.

Feel free to leave your questions and inquires in the comments below.

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The video mentioned that all three series have adjustable beam feature. Can you explain that a little more? Is it for rotating the bulb within the lens?

How do you think these would stack up in a reflector type light rather than a projector? A lot that I have seen have issues with the beam pattern and dispersion in a reflector.


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