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Anzo121172 Crystal Headlight - Clear Lens; Black Housing, Custom look, Performance Lighting, Composite, DOT/SAE Compliant, Direct Fit

Part #: A1R121172 | Mfr #: 121172

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  • Series: Anzo Crystal
  • Location: Driver And Passenger Side (Set Of 2)
  • Design: Performance Lighting
  • Type: Composite
  • Color/Finish: Clear Lens; Black Housing
  • Product Fit: Direct Fit
  • Quantity Sold: Set of 2
  • Light Source: Halogen
  • Recommended Use: Performance
  • Style: Custom look
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: 1-2 Business Days
  • Assembled: With bulb(s)
  • Assembly: With bulb(s)
  • Certification: DOT/SAE Compliant
  • Warranty: 1-year Anzo limited warranty
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Product reviews

Anzo Black Headlights - one minor problem by gG35Infiniti, June 17, 2012

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These headlights appear to be built tough, look awesome, and fit perfectly. The light pattern for both the low and high beams is great. They are brighter and provide better coverage then the original equipment headlights. Getting them installed is quite a major problem due to the design by Infiniti. You have to take the front portion of the wheel well cover off, the aero cover under the engine, and the bumper cover as well to be able to get to all four bolts that hold the headlights in place. Aside from that the headlights are fantastic except for one minor technical difficulty. There seems to be a minor condensation issue even though there is one very tiny outlet in the back of the headlight about the size of a ball point pen tip. Maybe that hole for condensation to escape should be larger - like a quarter of an inch ;-) The tiny pin hole just doesn't appear to be enough even after the headlights have been on for a couple of hours. I thought the bulbs would heat up the interior of the headlight and any moisture inside would be evacuated. However, there seems to still be teaspoon or two of condensation that builds up now a then at the very front of the headlight. Since it is summer, the condensation goes away fairly soon, but I am concerned what will happen during the winter. Hopefully, the condensation will not build up on me and cause algae or something to start growing inside.