I finally got everything installed, everything but the HID kit I'm waiting to take delivery on but that is no problem as installing the kit from underneath will be super easy.
I got both Eagle Eye headlights and foglights in and I put the 80W 9006 bulbs for my fog lights in just to get them aimed and to see what the output was like. I was just a bit disappointed at first with the overall output only because I had just finished installing a new set of fog lights with an HID kit in my G8 GT and with HID projectors in the low beams of that car, the output from a 55W 4500K low beam projector, coupled with a 25W 4300K new fog light kit, well, halogen just cannot compare, here is that car as a comparison;
Both low beams and fog lights on the G8 GT;
When I first took the Tundra on the road, I was totally disappointed in the output from the low beams, I thought that the pattern was full of holes and shadows, I was ready to turn around, go home and take the housings out and send them back to 1aauto but when I got to the cemetary that I go to to do my aiming, I had found that my drivers side light was very low, and the passenger side was very high. Once I got the drivers side raised and lowered the passengers side, all was right in the world and both the cutoff and the beam pattern was MUCH improved over the very worn out, 110,000 mile/9 year set of OEM headlamps. Here are the promised night-shots;
Headlights and fogs;
I'm going to expect that once I get the 35W 4500K HID kit in the fogs, I'll have incredible output. I also put the Lamin-X on the fog lights so that I won't have to worry much about pitting.
At $90 for the fog lights and $73 for the head lights, both shipped, if they don't last long for some reason, I'll bite it and get OEM but they do come with a 3 year warranty which is nice. I'll wager they'll work for just as long as the OEM did and once they scratch/pit up again, I'll buy another set, if I still have the truck.