Andrew Demaree is Bully's resident technical writer and automotive expert. Being SAE certified mechanic, Andrew knows how your vehicle works and how to make it run even smoother. He is also passionate about truck customization and off-roading, so when it comes to adding some style and functionality to your truck, you can rely on Andrew's knowledge.
LED headlight bulbs are light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that are used as replacement bulbs for traditional car headlights. LEDs are more energy-efficient and have a longer lifespan than traditional bulbs, making them an ideal choice for headlight upgrades. There are many different types and styles of LED headlight bulbs available on the market, so it is
So, what are headlight LED conversion kits? Headlight LED conversion kits are designed to replace your existing halogen headlight bulbs with more efficient and longer-lasting LED bulbs. LED headlights are significantly brighter than halogen bulbs, and they also emit a whiter light that is closer to natural daylight. This makes for better visibility when driving at
Aftermarket headlights are a popular choice for many car owners in the United States. There are so many different types and designs available, that it can be hard to choose just one assembly for your car, truck, or SUV. In this article, we will take a look at the most popular aftermarket headlights in the
If you are the proud owner of a lifted Jeep Patriot, there is a good chance that you like to take it off-road as often as possible. While suspension, wheels, and tires are definitely important mods for your vehicle, there are other exterior modifications that can really make it stand out from the pack. In
Many owners of cars, trucks and SUVs protect the front fascia of their vehicles by adding aftermarket accessories. The most popular types of aftermarket protection devices are bull bars and grille guards. Though, when people are about to make a purchase, they always investigate pros and cons of each type of front end protection. Differences
The short answer is ‘yes. Just like dark sunglasses stop some part of sunlight making it less bright for your eyes, smoked tint on the headlights stops some part of light emitted by the light bulb. Though, how much is the reduction depends on the tint level of the headlight wrap. Keep reading this piece