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Correct, the Lasfits are a great alternative to the stock halogens, but are only ~10% brighter. You DO get reliability, though and it's plug and play. For those that want high-powered LEDS, The conversion kit that I developed (Ram ProMaster Complete H7 LED Headlight Conversion Kit, No RTV Glue (2) is also plug and play and does require not sloppy RTV glue like other kits.I used the inexpensive Lasfit H7 bulbs to replace the stock halogen bulbs in the low-beam headlights. With the help of a number of YT videos, I got the trim pieces and headlights out without breaking any tabs.
The bulbs fit in there without any need for adapters, brackets, or RVT goo.
Also, they are not much brighter from what I can tell, but very white. I had to lower them quite a bit to match the previous halogen height/pattern. This also lowers the high-beams which sucks.
Still need to test drive at night. Not completely convinced yet, although going from 2x 55W to 2x 20W is of course advantageous. Plus the life span and whiter light. Need to do a bit more research to decide whether I want to dive into high powered LEDs or if the 2x 2000 lumens are sufficient.
One possibility would be to put these into the high-beams and get different LEDs for the low-beams.
While taking out one of the headlights, I noticed that some rodent had made its home there, very nice soft nest. So cute, but I cleaned that out anyway.