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GG Lighting - 75/100 Watt HID Group Buy

Discussion in 'Vendor Reviews' started by Sandman614, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. Sandman614

    Sandman614 [OP] LRGRNR

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    Initial thoughts

    From blackhawke88's group buy

    Packaging:
    Not adequate. The lack of peanuts or other packaging material allowed the postal service abuse to Dent the ballasts and crack one of the plastic globes that protects the bulbs.

    Quality:
    The product itself looks and feels to be of cheaper quality than my other HID kit for my headlights, (SlimCubby). The brackets are very flimsy. The ballasts are made of a very light plastic or Aluminum.

    Fitment:
    The 75 watt 6000K kit fits beautifully inside a pair of Hella 500's. The bulbs are shorter than the other kit that I have for my headlights.


    Disclaimer: I am in no means bashing this product. This is intended to be an objective review of the product based on my observations and comparisons to other products that I own.

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  2. Sandman614

    Sandman614 [OP] LRGRNR

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    reserved
     
  3. 97yota4wd

    97yota4wd Well-Known Member

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    caged, camburg long travel, 50t leafpack (soon to be installed) light rack over cab, 5pt harnesses etc
    thats what you can expect when getting cheaper HIDS just like Kragens, they have plastic housings. but they are bright
     
  4. blackhawke88

    blackhawke88 wo ai ni bao bei ^_^

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    Good review, I will definitely tell my guy to beef up the packaging. I used to have slim cubby's HIDs for all my lights, but as they started to go out one by one, I replaced them with GG's
     
  5. Sandman614

    Sandman614 [OP] LRGRNR

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    I have no doubt these will be bright!!! Can't wait to hook em up!
     
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