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looking to retrofit ebay halo projectors

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Moose1988, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    Haha. Yes they were. I'm happy with the outcome for sure. Best of both worlds imo. Still trying to get the aiming perfect.
     
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    Nice work, hopefully soon I am going to start my fxr retro.
     
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    Yah man I'll stop by Sunday after work if you want.
     
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    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    Sounds good man
     
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    I didn't want to be all rushing you today
     
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    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    No worries man. I'm not in a huge rush.
     
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    What parts do you have for your bar?
     
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    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    I have everything for It now. I'm gonna finish that, and my rock lights this weekend.
     
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    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    Well figured out that the reason my fog lights were bluish and flicker were because of the ballasts. I swapped out the ballasts and compared one to the other.. and its like night and day. its exactly what the problem was. No flicker and true color. I'll get a pic tomorrow. It's ridiculous. Lol. Also, got my rock lights done. Look sweet.. and work great. AND... Made my light bar brace and they are SOLID now. Pics to come tomorrow.
     
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    how are the lights?
     
  11. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    Hey you dirty ol' bastard... lol. Haven't seen this thread in a awhile. Lol

    Good man. Knock on wood. Not a single issue with them. They still get off alignment from time to time.. like I brought up in the later part of this thread. . But a quick flash of the high beams and they are back to perfect. I think the solenoid just sticks occasionally.
     
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    I just linked it in another thread for reference if the OP wanted to go this route http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lighting/276719-2012-aftermarket-headlights.html


    but I havent seen 2012+ ebay projectors/spyders yet
     
  13. Moose1988

    Moose1988 [OP] ____livevil____

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    Ahhh. ICEE.
     
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