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Old 11-08-2009, 03:21 PM   #21
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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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If you have a sealed glass headlights that don't use replacements bulbs, then i'm sorry to say but we don't carry a HID kit for that. If your really interested in getting a HID kit, you can purchase a aftermarket headlight that uses replacement bulbs and then get an HID kit. I use to own a 1957 chevy pick-up and i wanted to put HIDs on it for a show so i order headlights off Ebay and these after market company used H4 bulbs that also had a halo inside of it. Let me know if you need help finding a good product, but at this moment we don't do sealed beams.

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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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If you have a sealed glass headlights that don't use replacements bulbs, then i'm sorry to say but we don't carry a HID kit for that. If your really interested in getting a HID kit, you can purchase a aftermarket headlight that uses replacement bulbs and then get an HID kit. I use to own a 1957 chevy pick-up and i wanted to put HIDs on it for a show so i order headlights off Ebay and these after market company used H4 bulbs that also had a halo inside of it. Let me know if you need help finding a good product, but at this moment we don't do sealed beams.

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Sorry, i forgot to mention i have the replacable bulbs,(my bad) and i believe they use an h4 bulb also, but i was wondering the depth on the HID kit bulbs, if they would touch the glass or not, and how scattered would the HID be once installed.( sorry for giving you the wrong information on the first post i hope this clears it up a bit, and thanks for the reply)


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Sorry, i forgot to mention i have the replacable bulbs,(my bad) and i believe they use an h4 bulb also, but i was wondering the depth on the HID kit bulbs, if they would touch the glass or not, and how scattered would the HID be once installed.( sorry for giving you the wrong information on the first post i hope this clears it up a bit, and thanks for the reply)


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If you let me know what if you want the Bi-xenon kit or the single beam kit and i'll take some measurements for you. The Bi-xenon kit doesn't have glare like the single beam kit, but the scattered lights will be minimal with both kits.

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i would prbbly get the bi kits so i can have both high/low lights but that would be cool if you can get the measurements and i will do the same, and i will think about getting them, but very intrested in getting HiDs
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I've got a set of high/low HID already. But, I bought them from a friend who didn't feel like replacing the relay so I ended up with a HID light kit for $50 + the $9 relay.

Question is, how can I tell what the temp of the lights are so that I can purchase the 9140s (fog) from you to match?

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sounds like a good deal
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I really want to get some HIDs in the future.

It would be soo awesome.
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im considering these hids now, one more question tho do the hid bulbs just go in like the stock ones do??? later down the road i want to get different headlights and just want to be sure i can change them out easily...
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i would prbbly get the bi kits so i can have both high/low lights but that would be cool if you can get the measurements and i will do the same, and i will think about getting them, but very intrested in getting HiDs
Definitively give me a call or PM if there is anything i can do to help.

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I've got a set of high/low HID already. But, I bought them from a friend who didn't feel like replacing the relay so I ended up with a HID light kit for $50 + the $9 relay.

Question is, how can I tell what the temp of the lights are so that I can purchase the 9140s (fog) from you to match?

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Most of the time the color temp is on the case of the bulb. If you send me images of what you have, i can do some research.

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I really want to get some HIDs in the future.

It would be soo awesome.
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im considering these hids now, one more question tho do the hid bulbs just go in like the stock ones do??? later down the road i want to get different headlights and just want to be sure i can change them out easily...
These are plug and play kits, so they are direct replacement of the stock one. You'll just have to mount our ballast somewhere. Changing your bulb will be just like stock. Just get the bulb size you need and replacing is just disconnecting two wires off the HID kit and put the new bulbs on. Just as easy of changing a regular bulb. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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