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    Default DEPO Headlights - have they improved?

    Morning.

    My car has the standard SRi headlights on but I'm getting a bit sick of them misting up and looking crap now. I've tried to seal them with silicone twice but that hasn't stopped it and they've started to go rough on the outside too so it's time for a new set. I have seen the Depo headlights on Ebay but after a search on here, it seems they're a bit... Naff for want of a better way of putting it. Steaming up and the beam pattern is crap and not very bright. These threads are a couple of years old now though.

    So the question is has anyone used them recently? Are they still a bit naff or has the quality improved? Rather not spend 120 quid on a set of crap ones!

    Cheers.

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    My Angeleyes are DEPO ones and have been on for a good couple of years now with no issues.
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    Check the how 2 section for refurbing your headlights.

    Requires rubbing down your lense and polishing it back up. Works very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham
    Check the how 2 section for refurbing your headlights.

    Requires rubbing down your lense and polishing it back up. Works very well.
    Or just use a da with a compound or a drill and a drill pad with compound

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