Truer words never spoken!But this is a perfect example of how money can't buy experience and that the nut holding the steering wheel is what matters most for speed.
I have the same LED running lights. The fact that they slightly protrude actually saved me from more expensive front end damage in a minor accident. Two years ago, while pulling out of a parking space, between two SUVs, someone in a van suddenly drove right in front of me. The passenger side of my bumper hit the van broadside, just above their driver door sill. I could immediately see the dent in the van. Getting out of my car, I was ready to see significant damage to my bumper cover. I was relieved to see that there wasn’t a scratch on my bumper and a slight dent in the right LED driving light cover. I bought a new set of the driving lights, replaced the one that was damaged, and good as new. That slight protrusion saved the day.I was a bit apprehensive about the DEPO LED running lights / fog lights after seeing comments about the housing protruding from the bumper; not many online pictures fully captured this.
I found an opened box return set on ebay for $120, so figured I'd give them a shot.
Overall, I am very pleased. Factory-like fitment, decent light output, and a fresh appearance that I personally think makes the 987 look a generation newer.
The face of these housings do protrude from the bumper by about 1/2 inch, but this doesn't look out of place with my setup.
I also removed the chrome bezels, so they're a little less eye-catching and blend in with the radiator grilles.
How did you remove the chrome bezels?I also removed the chrome bezels, so they're a little less eye-catching and blend in with the radiator grilles.
Mine were held on with a double sided tape. I stuck a plastic bone tool behind an edge and pried it up.How did you remove the chrome bezels?