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PAOLI, Pa. (October 8th, 2019) – When it comes to truck lighting, the 2nd generation (2007-2015) Chevrolet Silverado gets the short end of the stick in terms of truck headlights. Owners of 2007-2015 Silverados do not have to suffer from lackluster lighting output due to inferior halogen bulbs. Advancements in lighting technology continue to provide alternatives to remedy dim Silverado headlights, such as LED’s, HID’s, and improved headlight housings.
To help Silverado owners identify and remedy this issue, the writers at AmericanTrucks (AT) have compiled their Silverado headlight upgrade technical guide, incorporating images, information, and video, to help all Chevy Silverado owners improve their visibility and the overall appearance of their trucks. Comprising information about Silverado’s stock lighting vs LED and HID, AT’s guide also details Silverado headlight housings as well as the differences between Halo, Chrome, and Black Housing Headlights.
View it here: https://www.americantrucks.com/silverado-headlights-and-upgrade-options.html
AmericanTrucks is regarded as one of the best, most reliable online aftermarket retailers providing truck parts and accessories for F150, F250, Ranger, Silverado, Sierra, and RAM. Catering to the needs and demands of late-model truck owners and enthusiasts, AmericanTrucks provides the best parts with support from genuine truck experts. Located just outside of Philadelphia, AmericanTrucks is dedicated to offering the truck community with the highest quality of parts and customer service. Please visit https://www.americantrucks.com for more information.
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