Vehicle is a 2012 F150. I replaced the white night back up lights with these. They are not super bright in one area like the white nights were but where they lack in spot light they more than make up for in flood lighting. A very good flood pattern that lights up quite well for backing up. Overall I like these better than the white night system.
As they are a cheaper set of led flood lights I did take them apart and silicone the gasket areas and face plate to help stop water penetration. The brackets included with these are metal and they bolted right up to my trucks bumper. They were solid as there are 4 bolts per light on the bracket to keep them adjusted. Over all at this point I would buy them again.
I couldn't believe that these were brighter than the LED pods of competitors who charge $100+ per pod. These Shanren pods have been sunken in mud 4 times and through two rain-wrapped EF-1 tornados. They still wow me to this day.
Pros: Low cost, High quality, They won't die!
Cons: They won't die!
We installed them on a ford transit van for back lighting work area. They work beyond our expectations.
Work great for back up/ rear work light. There were easy to install, wire harness could be longer though. Fuse, relay, and switch setup is nice
better than the other standard brands on amazon. better quality imo
Bright lights that were easy to install!!
I mounted the LED lights to my ATV. They are really bright and very easy to assemble. The kit came with the wiring and mounting brackets and the instructions very simple and easy to follow. It took about 20 minutes to install from scratch and that included placing the wires under the chassis.
Didn't hook them up yet, but I did mount one on the front of my atv and one on the rear and they're holding great against all the terrain I go through. They don't hesitate to hold on at all, I haven't hooked them up yet because I'm just gonna use them for plowing this winter because I need a light higher than the factory lights because they will be blocked by the plow which it won't be snowing for a little longer still and the rear light so I can see while I'm backing up so I dont go into a ditch while I'm in somebody's driveway plowing at night. Just wanted to test them to make sure they hold on and they sure do. Im sure they are nice and bright too.
Just installed on my F150 with a receiver mounted bracket as work/reverse lights. Tied into the cargo lights so I can turn them on with loading the truck, working around it, hooking up or loading a trailer, or backing along dark driveways or trails.
Very bright lights