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Old 11-06-2009, 01:41 PM   #11
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i have the same question, except mine would be for a 05 which i dont think should make any difference.....
For an 05 F150, you will need a 9008 bi-xenon. Bi-xenon kits are $95 shipped.

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Hi,

If you are looking for a single beam HID kit, it will be $60 shipped. If you want the bi-xenon HID kit, it would be $95 shipped. The only time you would need a wiring relay harness, is if you have a "flickering" issue after the installation. All the bi-xenon kits come with a relay harness already.

It really depends on what you want, a single beam or a bi-xenon, but the price will not go over $95.

For your car, you should get 9007 bi-xenon.

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For an 05 F150, you will need a 9007 bi-xenon. Bi-xenon kits are $95 shipped.

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Jon,
Once again thanks for answering my questions. However, I must correct you on bulb recommendations for F150's. Model year 1997-2003 F150 take the 9007 bulbs, however, the 2004-2008 F150 have a redesigned headlamp assembly that takes the 9008 bulb as I requested. Ford4w08 and csx5197 should both use the 9008 bulb unless they have replaced their headlamp assemblies with aftermarket ones. The only exception to this is 2004 F150 Heritage, which is the same as previous model years (1997-2003). Please refer to this guide for any questions regarding this.
http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProd...lacementGuide/
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Old 11-06-2009, 05:52 PM   #13
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Once again thanks for answering my questions. However, I must correct you on bulb recommendations for F150's. Model year 1997-2003 F150 take the 9007 bulbs, however, the 2004-2008 F150 have a redesigned headlamp assembly that takes the 9008 bulb as I requested. Ford4w08 and csx5197 should both use the 9008 bulb unless they have replaced their headlamp assemblies with aftermarket ones. The only exception to this is 2004 F150 Heritage, which is the same as previous model years (1997-2003). Please refer to this guide for any questions regarding this.
http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProd...lacementGuide/
Thanks Keeblerz28,

Changed the post. I must i have looked up the wrong year or something. PM me if anyone wants to order.

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How much would it be for a 9004 6000k kit?
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Old 11-06-2009, 08:31 PM   #15
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How much would it be for a 9004 6000k kit?
single beam 60 shipped, bi-xenon 95 shipped.
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single beam 60 shipped, bi-xenon 95 shipped.
So that means hi and low beam HID?
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So that means hi and low beam HID?
We sell Hi/low beam HID kits for $95 called Bi-Xenon, which mean that you'll still have your stock hi beam and low beam.
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We sell Hi/low beam HID kits for $95 called Bi-Xenon, which mean that you'll still have your stock hi beam and low beam.
Awesome. And both headlights come in one kit right?
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Simple question, umm i have those rectangle sealed glass light, we these fit in there and will it hurt anything being in there, i have a 78 lariat with new beams, and i am looking forward to putting HIDs in, but i was just wondering if they would fit right and not blind people at the same time.

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Old 11-08-2009, 02:15 PM   #20
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Awesome. And both headlights come in one kit right?
i believe you have a 9004 bulb, which would mean you can get Bi-xenon HID kit. are you asking if both the passsenger and driver headlight come in a kit? If so then yes.
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