7” headlight conversion 100 series

#5
Can you post some pics with hood up(mounting points and such) as well as blinkers in?
This is just what I need, dang near all the clips/mounting points are busted off my front lights and I was going to buy a whole new setup. It's looking like it's going to be yours!

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#6
Can you post some pics with hood up(mounting points and such) as well as blinkers in?
This is just what I need, dang near all the clips/mounting points are busted off my front lights and I was going to buy a whole new setup. It's looking like it's going to be yours!

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Yea, I can do that tomorrow. The mount points are solid, super strong. The whole housing is welded 12 gauge steel. I think most LC headlights are cracked or broken at the mounts, if not they will be. I have sold 5 sets this week. If you want in now let me know.
 
#9
I'm still waiting for some up close pics and underhood shots. All the pics you have posted are from 15 feet in front of the truck.
I zoomed in on the closest one you posted and it looks like the buckets are tack welded and fit poorly, can see daylight around the edges, lines don't flow well.

We really need some better pics.


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#10
Sorry, I’m really busy and this is not my real job. It’s a hobby/fun job that I do because I really enjoy it and love Land Cruisers. I was waiting until I get the next batch of laser cut headlights, then I will build them and take up close pictures. These are prototypes and aren’t the best looking finished product to show up close.

These are made from 12 gauge steel and have drainage slots all throughout the inner frame. Also, the frame parts have weld points that act as drainage, but are there because I can’t run a full bead on all the pieces. Perhaps that is what you are seeing with the light coming through?

These aren’t for everyone, sorry you hear that you feel the lines don’t flow, I did my best with the design, and was a lot of complex work. I have sold many grilles on Ih8mud with extremely satisfied customers, so I assure you that my finished product is not sloppy or fit poorly in any way. I sincerely thank you for the honesty anyway, it’s good to hear all views.
 
#11
Not trying to be a dick, just want to know what I'm getting you know? I'll stay tuned, to your website as well. When you get these things finalized I'm sure you'll have me as a customer.


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#12
Great job Kelly finishing up this design and getting it to market. I know you went through several iterations and I think you nailed the lines of the bucket. As you begin to sell the finished product, I'd love to see these on a stock 100 powder coated or painted black (if you have any local mudders near you).

I think these look awesome on the 80 series because of the flat front. Doesn't look as natural to me on the 100, but it's growing on me.
 
#14
Great job Kelly finishing up this design and getting it to market. I know you went through several iterations and I think you nailed the lines of the bucket. As you begin to sell the finished product, I'd love to see these on a stock 100 powder coated or painted black (if you have any local mudders near you).

I think these look awesome on the 80 series because of the flat front. Doesn't look as natural to me on the 100, but it's growing on me.
Thank you! I have sold several now so we should soon have some examples to view other than mine.