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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-12-2013, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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Headlights at a decent price

I'm needing to replace my headlights for my 07 6i. I've seen some really nice ones but damn.... $400+ for just one? Am I looking at the wrong sites? These look pretty sweet but cost too much

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CarID seems to have higher prices for things. They do have a lot of stuff though, so maybe you could start there and then Google something you like to find another site with the same item.

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What would be the average price to pay on a pair of replacement headlights anyways?
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What would be the average price to pay on a pair of replacement headlights anyways?
No idea. I'm sure someone knows though

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Check a local u-pull-it yard. A lot cheaper than that if you can find em'.

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i needed new headlights and got them off ebay for $285 shipped for both. brand new oem style and they are really good. havent had any issues with water getting in them or anything like that and they fit perfect. local junk yard wanted $250 for one used headlight. so id say try ebay.

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Why are you needing new headlights?

Used ones can be found on car-part.com for a decent price depending on the pic-a-part location...


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Did you try TYCs? They seem to be reasonably priced.
Are these ebay replacement headlights decent quality?
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