They look solid.Someone in another thread asked whether the LED bulbs are too bright.
They are definitely brighter, but I can't really say if they're obnoxiously bright as I think that would depend on the person. To me, they are not, but to someone else, I guess they could be? I can see how someone might think that the light is too bright when you consider the size of the turn signal lenses and the increase in brightness, but IMO the extra brightness is a benefit as it makes the signal easier to see.
Here's a quick vid of my turn signals in the daytime, on a slightly overcast day.
You got it! Lol. They were really nice to have last winter, we were hitting -35 to -40c regularly. Our company's Maintenance team also keeps a couple of charged car batteries on wheeled carts handy in case someone needs a boost.They look solid.
BTW, are the electrical outlets in the parking lot for those Manitoba winters and to plug in your block heaters?
Yeah, they're definitely not a necessity.Spent a few minutes staring at my turn signals last night and I think I'll wait until one of them burns out to replace with LEDs. The stock halogen are bright enough, and due to the different design from the fronts, it's hard to tell that they are different really. $40 saved (for now)!