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Hella Vision Plus Conversion Headlights 002395801

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Headlamp Assembly; ECE Off-Road; Conversion Headlamp; 7 in. Dia. Round; H4 High/Low, Kit

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Brand: Hella

Manufacturer's Part Number: 002395801

Part Type: Sealed Beam Headlight Conversions

Product Line: Hella Vision Plus Conversion Headlights

Summit Racing Part Number: HLA-002395801

UPC: 002395801

Headlight Shape: Round

Diameter (in): 7.000 in.

Quantity: Sold as a kit.

Notes: H4 bulb, for off-road use only. Kit includes two lights,bulbs, and dust boots.

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Hella's Vision Plus conversion headlights adapt European technology to US lighting standards and driving conditions to produce superior headlight units that replace your dumpy, ineffective old 5 3/4 in. round or 146mm rectangular headlights. They produce the brightest, most powerful light possible--right at the legal limit--without increasing glare. More importantly, their precise optics produce a much longer, wider, larger, and better illuminated pool of light in front of your vehicle. You'll love the improvement. In addition, they have replaceable bulbs, so you don't have to buy a whole new unit if one burns out.

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Q:

A typical problem with converting from a common sealed beam headlamp to one using an H4 bulb is that the terminal connections on the 3-prong plug are different between the two! I don't see anybody mentioning this issue. It requires a switch of terminals in the 3-prong plug, but not that easy without some knowledge about how the connector sockets are locked into the housing.

Asked by MARK on January 28, 2018

A:

Let me clarify the issue. If you buy a Halogen sealed beam headlamp then the socket connections will be correct. BUT, if you buy a new lens housing that uses a H4 halogen bulb then the connections will be wrong.

Converting to Halogen sealed beam headlights is lower risk in getting the right connections. But, I have a 1980 VW pickup where the prior owner converted to rad looking headlights using H4 bulbs. Totally screwed up using the stock headlight connectors!

MARK from AZ answered on February 02, 2018

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Q:

Can anyone tell me if the face (lens) of these bulbs is flat or convex? I want to upgrade my lights but I don't like how the more modern flat lenses look on a classic car. Thanks!

Asked by ERIK on June 11, 2018

A:

This is (in my opinion) the best look to get the brightness of a modern lamp, and still keep the look of a classic. Yes, it's almost flat - but it still has the classic look. I'm picky, and I think it's great. The brightness is awesome!!! Never thought I would have that bright of a light on my 69

BRIAN from TX answered on June 11, 2018

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Q:

I noticed 2 of the 3 pictures had DOT stamped on the lens. The 3rd doesn't and has the wedge on the left (wrong side for USA) which would send excess light at on coming traffic instead of lighting up street signs.
Do these lights have DOT stamped on front?
Which side is of the lens is the wedge on?

Asked by RAYMOND on July 13, 2017

A:

No DOT on mine

STEVE from AZ answered on July 24, 2017

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Q:

Is this price for a pair?

Asked by JOHN on March 18, 2018

A:

Yes it’s a kid has both of them in the packing list gardens myself

BRIAN from NV answered on March 31, 2018

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