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Old 03-05-2014, 08:01 PM   #3901
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Very nice Fogs!
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Looks like Wednesday will be the delivery date POLARIs7x. Post some pics if get the chance. Thanxs again.
you got it. I will take a few!
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Old 03-06-2014, 10:26 PM   #3903
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Hey bil,
Just an update. I had the truck in the shop to get my halos finally wired up like I wanted with the the front demon eyes running on one switch and the two complete rear halos on another. Well there was another f150 guy there and let's say he was almost literally drooling over ur headlights. He asked a bunch of questions and of course I pointed him ur way like I good customer I am. Just letting u knw ur work is still out here changing lives lol
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Awesome...thank you palmettotiger1, I appreciate it.
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Nice one FR. How are you liking the HIDs? They take some getting used too,
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@Azuri, In what way?
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@Azuri, In what way?
First time driving with HIDs with the crisp cut off compared to the scattered light of halogens is distracting in a good way. The color flicker on signs also makes you grin every time. Our roads are very white now due to all the road salt on them after this harsh winter so the best way to describe is like the flood lights at a stadium lighting up the road. For me anyways this was my first vehicle with HIDs. When I drove my wife's car I get the sensation her battery or charging system is weak since the output is terrible on halogen. Once you go HID there's no going back.
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Mine have not yet been aimed correctly... they are lighting up overhead highway signs a half mile down the road. And the fogs are lighting up the dark side of the moon.

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Mine have not yet been aimed correctly... they are lighting up overhead highway signs a half mile down the road. And the fogs are lighting up the dark side of the moon.
Lol, yeah it took me about a week to get mine where I was happy with them even in the video I made mine were still to low and that was a few days of tweaking. Finding the spot to aim them close to my house was a challenge. Drive, tweak, drive, tweak. Keep a Phillips screwdriver with you once they are aimed right you'll be amazed.

I look forward to seeing the final result.
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