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Quality is not great. I got a front bumper, it was thin in some places around the headlight was jagged and needed to rounded off, and along the top where the mazda symbol goes it's wavy. It'll cost 300 -400 for body work, then paint and install, is another cost
The fiberglass is thick. The visible fiberglass cover is actually very nice and one can tell the designer put in some work as they are visually appealing. The "base" of the headlights could use more work in the sense of being more cosmetically appealing and give it a sense of a finished product. But in all fairness the base will not be seen at all, so I really can't complain.
At first glance the plastic headlight cover seems flimsy and cheap. *but* after talking to Chris (pre auto dude) he informed me that he made it that way so it would flex when debris hit it. He can and has made thicker ones but in his experience they crack easy as they are too rigid. So I'm sticking with the flex covers.
All in all, the lights are a great deal at a price of $650 with projectors. They just need a little bit of love from the perfectionist in me. If I had to do it all over again I would still buy these lights.
I have not installed these but from other people the fitment is right on.