No light 7” Round Cree Headlights, Fitment.

Well I bought some

Nilight 2PCS 7 Inch Round Cree LED Headlights​

Got em cheap off China Wholesale Outlet aka Amazon which disappointingly has nothing to do with sexy warrior women. The day they were delivered the Amazon product page changed status to “these are NOT a perfect fit for your rig”! I was so happy I sang their praises all day (sarcasm). So I haven’t cracked open the headlight assembly but I don’t see any mounting hardware or adapter connectors. It looks like an adventure on the horizon. Anyone had experience installing these on a first gen Xterra?
 

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Well I bought some

Nilight 2PCS 7 Inch Round Cree LED Headlights​

Got em cheap off China Wholesale Outlet aka Amazon which disappointingly has nothing to do with sexy warrior women. The day they were delivered the Amazon product page changed status to “these are NOT a perfect fit for your rig”! I was so happy I sang their praises all day (sarcasm). So I haven’t cracked open the headlight assembly but I don’t see any mounting hardware or adapter connectors. It looks like an adventure on the horizon. Anyone had experience installing these on a first gen Xterra?
Where are you trying to put them?
 

Richard

Bought an X
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Oregon
Well I bought some

Nilight 2PCS 7 Inch Round Cree LED Headlights​

Got em cheap off China Wholesale Outlet aka Amazon which disappointingly has nothing to do with sexy warrior women. The day they were delivered the Amazon product page changed status to “these are NOT a perfect fit for your rig”! I was so happy I sang their praises all day (sarcasm). So I haven’t cracked open the headlight assembly but I don’t see any mounting hardware or adapter connectors. It looks like an adventure on the horizon. Anyone had experience installing these on a first gen Xterra?
I did led bulbs on my rig a 2003. But I went through a couple sets finding that getting lock ring on to be very difficult. I finally came to a conclusion to secure them. As there is a o ring to keep them well seated and sealed. The key was to keep them pressed in place. So I used .032 safety wire to do this. They have been in for more than a year with zero issues.
 

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I did led bulbs on my rig a 2003. But I went through a couple sets finding that getting lock ring on to be very difficult. I finally came to a conclusion to secure them. As there is a o ring to keep them well seated and sealed. The key was to keep them pressed in place. So I used .032 safety wire to do this. They have been in for more than a year with zero issues.
Hmm. My brother would have said to that; “Necessity is the mother of invention.”. Nice adaptation
 
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