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BraylinRussell

2018 Headlight swap

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Does anybody know what level of work, or if it's possible to put 18 Sierra headlights on an 18 Silverado? Personally I despise my Silverado headlights, but like the Sierra's headlights! Do the wires need to be changed, probably the bumper and front fascia. But fenders? Has anyone done this? 

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5 hours ago, BraylinRussell said:

Does anybody know what level of work, or if it's possible to put 18 Sierra headlights on an 18 Silverado? Personally I despise my Silverado headlights, but like the Sierra's headlights! Do the wires need to be changed, probably the bumper and front fascia. But fenders? Has anyone done this? 

No.  You would have to swap the entire front end over to Silverado parts.

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What's to despise? The look?

I'm pretty sure they are both HID so they put out out the same amount of light or am I missing something here? Or do you like the led part?

If you like the look why didn't you just buy a GMC?

I'm trying to figure out what you are trying to accomplish nothing more 

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On 2/17/2019 at 8:24 AM, dieselfan1 said:

What's to despise? The look?

I'm pretty sure they are both HID so they put out out the same amount of light or am I missing something here? Or do you like the led part?

If you like the look why didn't you just buy a GMC?

I'm trying to figure out what you are trying to accomplish nothing more 

I wasn't thinking about headlights when I bought the truck... I don't know many who would. 

I do like the shape, but I also would prefer something with a yellow hue rather than white. Maybe a simple bulb change is really all I need.

Still, figured Id see if anyone had done it so I could kill 2 birds with one swap. 

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