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Old 01-28-2009, 01:21 AM   #1
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Im thinking of buying some projector headlights with the halo's on my 08 style f150. But i dont know how it would look. Does anyone have pics with the 08 style f150 with the halo lights. Its either Halo lights or Da Harley Headlights. Tell me what u think. thanks
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I just bought a set Halo's from a guy for 100 mint cond. havent installed yet. They do look nice.
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Im thinking of buying some projector headlights with the halo's on my 08 style f150. But i dont know how it would look. Does anyone have pics with the 08 style f150 with the halo lights. Its either Halo lights or Da Harley Headlights. Tell me what u think. thanks
I have the Harley lights, was looking at Halo's but was advised that my HID's might cause an issue so I went the other way. Make sure you check them to see if they need to be sealed before install.
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What do u mean to check if they need to be sealed before installed?
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Alot of the aftermarket headlights are not sealed good. The leak and then fog up on you. WHen you get them look around the seal and see if it is good. You could always just run some clear silicone around the seal just to be safe.
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oh ok thanks. But im still confused about buying halo lights. It looks awesome at night and alright during da day. so idk
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sometimes the projectors on the halo lights can be worse for your view than it was stock, most projector set up's have cut off lines, which means your light view basically stops after a certain point, ive seen some of the cheap ones cut off light so bad that you took half of your stock vision and cut it in half


just look at feedback on them, and check and make sure that if your not happy you can return it
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