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Old 12-23-2009, 11:09 PM   #1
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Does anyone have these headlights

does anyone have the hradlights below?? if so, are they plug and play, and do they come with all the bulbs needed. whar do i need to buy if they arent plug and play??


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I do...If you get em make sure you use some clear silicone to seal the 3 little LED bulbs. They just push in and they vibrate out and break!! Thats what happened to me when I was out muddin...then there was a clear shot right in behind my lense so guess where the mud went...I wouldn't recomend em personally...there quality sucks I'm installing these next week
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:00 AM   #3
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I do...If you get em make sure you use some clear silicone to seal the 3 little LED bulbs. They just push in and they vibrate out and break!! Thats what happened to me when I was out muddin...then there was a clear shot right in behind my lense so guess where the mud went...I wouldn't recomend em personally...there quality sucks I'm installing these next week
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=33710
i'll keep that in mind... but the led ones i showed above, when you got them, were they just plug and play?? Or did you have to re-wire and stuff??
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:19 AM   #4
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i'll keep that in mind... but the led ones i showed above, when you got them, were they just plug and play?? Or did you have to re-wire and stuff??
The wiring is intense IMO Iwas gonna install em myself but had to have professionally done which set me back 50 bucks The halos, eyebrows and LEDs all have seperate wiring...it looked like a damn spider web
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:31 AM   #5
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I have the same ones, and was fortunate my bro-in-law is good with that stuff. Had to wire them into the parking lights, and the wires were backwards. Basically white to black or ground and the black to the stock yellow IIRC. Haven't had any problems with them yet, however I haven't been out mudding either.
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I have the same ones, and was fortunate my bro-in-law is good with that stuff. Had to wire them into the parking lights, and the wires were backwards. Basically white to black or ground and the black to the stock yellow IIRC. Haven't had any problems with them yet, however I haven't been out mudding either.
You should throw some sealant around them little LEDs so they don't fall out. Like I said, mine fell out and mud got inside my lense My fiance got me new headlights for christmas and I added the link to em up above Good luck with your decision bud
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Thanks Scott, appreciate the info! I'll look at doing this soon!
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Old 12-24-2009, 03:22 AM   #8
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I have those Exact lights and installed them yesterday... They're decent, I went with 35wt. 4300K HID bulbs, ok, I wish they were brighter. I also have 8000K bulbs that I haven't tried yet... The front LED's are pretty cool/bright, the "eye lid light" isn't bright at all, I'm going to replace it with an LED.

I bought a used set and the seal boots are chewed up, easy fix.

Where are you looking at them from? I've seen some Cheapo's on ebay...

Good luck and let me know if you have any general q's.
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Old 12-24-2009, 05:21 AM   #9
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I do have one set before, and i get it from ebay. It dose come with HID install already, I put it on, the lighting pattern is look like shit... when you use HID on it.
Than I return it back to the seller.
I will say do not buy it. Don't waste your time.
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i had those couldnt stop them from fogin, leds fell out and the the lens plastic was so cheap my 55w hids seemed to melt it and actually caused the plastic to bubble. my advise dont get'em they suck,
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Old 12-24-2009, 07:00 AM   #11
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I do...If you get em make sure you use some clear silicone to seal the 3 little LED bulbs. They just push in and they vibrate out and break!! Thats what happened to me when I was out muddin...then there was a clear shot right in behind my lense so guess where the mud went...I wouldn't recomend em personally...there quality sucks I'm installing these next week
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=33710
WOW $40 to ship these? It should cost half of that.
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For a direct replacement, i would spend the $40 you were going to have to spend on installation on shipping, but that's just me. I also like the look of the second set better IMO
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I'm over the halo/projector thing too and am looking forward to getting some visibility back. Those same headlights are on my list for early next year.
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keep your stock ones, do BHLM and get HID's and itll be 1000x better
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keep your stock ones, do BHLM and get HID's and itll be 1000x better
I am 100000000% agree what you said!!
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Old 12-24-2009, 08:19 PM   #17
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how well does the light diffuse from hid's and the regular headlight casing
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i have the lights from the original post. so far im not happy with them. i dont have the HID kit though. i think they are dimmer then the stock lights. does anyone know what the bulbs are in there because i thought about changing them for something brighter and hoping that will work
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I got these for christmas from the Fiance...I'll be installing em soon with the help of Chris4x4. I'm gonna leave my grille out and start the Satoshi while i'm at it
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