GTS Headlight Covers for Challenger
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GTS Headlight Covers for Challenger

Item Code: DH1014
$59.90

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Product Description

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Dodge Challenger Smoked Headlight Covers by GTS bring an aggressive look to your Dodge Challenger.

The GTS Smoked Headlight Covers (also called blackouts) for the Challenger offer stylish, aerodynamic, custom-fit protection to enhance the look of your Challenger and protect your expensive headlights.

The durable, acrylic construction of these smoked headlight covers is strong and lightweight. The covers are easily removed for cleaning. Installation is simple. No tools are required and the covers need no holes drilled.

Sold as a set of 2.

Please note these are for car shows, competitions, and off-road use only they should not be used on the highway.

Application

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  • 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Dodge Challenger

Installation Difficulty

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Installation Difficulty 1

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Christopher L (Littleton, Colorado US) | August 11th, 2015
I like the price i paid and easy installation.I got my order very quickly thankyou for the great service
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Inder (Toronto, TORONTO Canada) | February 22nd, 2015
Amazing product
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Luis (Skokie, Illinois US) | June 20th, 2014
Good price easy to intall but just dont work for a car that you drive everyday. The lens made it difficult to drive at night. Cheap looking velcro tabs made it easy to take off but when off made the car look cheap. I really like the look of the lens on my car but unless they figure out how to do something with transitional tinting built in this product is a waste of money and makes your car look cheap.
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Paul C (Fountain Inn, South Carolina US) | December 9th, 2013
I like the way this product makes my car look. The heavy duty Velcro works great and makes removal and p[placement a snap. The first time you remove them it is a bit hard but don't worry the Velcro looses up and removal is a lot easier. I would suggest one design change. Make a small diameter cut about the size of a finger in the upper corner so one can get that finger in there to remove the cover. As it is now I have to get a pocket knife to pry out the one corner without a Velcro button in order to remove. I'M not liking getting my knife that close to my painted parts of my car.
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PlanetXRadio (Dallas, Oregon USA) | November 14th, 2013
The outlaw look these covers added to my ride is awesome.
great addition
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peter q (portland, maine US) | May 6th, 2013
was in a car show this weekend and got quite a few comments people took pictures and really liked the light covers front and back
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