Originally Posted by bclemens
I am told it is not a problem...apparently it is designed that way. I sent this up the river to the engineers at Bargman basically saying I was tired of the complaints. They call it a "drain and dry" design. They say if they seal it and water does infiltrate, then the water has no place to drain.
They are right. It condensates inside the lenses from the moisture in the air with the warmth of the bulb.
We use to have alot of problems with the clear aftermarket lights that were real popular 15 years ago, holding water and discoloring or eroding the chrome inside. Our fix was to drill an 1/8th inch or smaller hole in the lower corners of each lense. Never had an issue and I did it proactively on every set i installed.
I dont think you have to go as big as an 1/8, but give it a shot.....unless your wanting the upgrade