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Old 04-26-2013, 05:42 PM   #501
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That's incredible. You've got silverstar ultras in there with the led fogs right?
Retrofitted projectors with 5000k HID's
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Those are my silverstars in the other truck
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Retrofitted projectors with 5000k HID's

Those are my silverstars in the other truck
Oh yeah I forgot you had done a retrofit
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Oh yeah I forgot you had done a retrofit
Yeah, this setup has been well worth it though
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Yeah, this setup has been well worth it though
I'm sure. I wish I had the funds to do a retro on mine
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I'm sure. I wish I had the funds to do a retro on mine
Yeah I know it isn't cheap but I'd tell anybody to save up and do this vs wasting money on a PNP kit, because in the end you'll end up with a much better quality of light and a super mean looking housing.
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I just priced a kit with 5Five. and all the more advanced stuff and its saying $540.00 better start saving lol.
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I just priced a kit with 5Five. and all the more advanced stuff and its saying $540.00 better start saving lol.
Try the Morimoto MH1's. it's 3five but plenty bright and easy install, you won't have to cut up the headlight housing to fit and mount them. They're less than $300 with all the options
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Try the Morimoto MH1's. it's 3five but plenty bright and easy install, you won't have to cut up the headlight housing to fit and mount them. They're less than $300 with all the options
so does that kit fit through the light socket?
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I was looking at a kit with a 2.5 to 3" lense. what do you think? what size are yours?
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so does that kit fit through the light socket?
Sort of. You remove the glare cap and the rear of the projector goes through and you screw on a retaining bolt to hold it in place.
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