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Old 02-03-2014, 01:56 AM   #1
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need some advise on headlights have a 2010 f150 and looking to buy some headlights don't know what kind and where to get any. thanks
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Read some threads in this section.

Lots of info on headlights.

My personal recommendation is 13 OEM HID's.
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I have a 2010 as well. I have been doing research since I bought it in Oct 13, as you know light output is AWFUL. I also started & reviewed threads on here. It all depends on how much you want to spend.....Retrofitting is the way to go. I finally pulled the trigger and am going to start the project myself. If you aren't interested in doing the work, there are plenty of guys on here who do them as well.
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Not sure about the "plenty of guys who can do it" comment. There certainly are a few who have done it themselves. There are even fewer that do it for others. In fact, I have only seen three. I would only recommend one, Bil. He has the history and the track record to back his retros up. When you are willing to spend this kind of money for headlights, you do not want issues. Go with the best. I have no affiliation with Bil or his business.

BTW - I am not speaking about my experience from what I read in the threads here, even though that is a very good indication of quality work. I am speaking from direct experience from three different sources I have dealt with.
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Can u refer the other 2 sources ? Maybe same guys I have been talking to that said they would build for me.
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Retro headlight lighting is great
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I made a reasonable offer for this exact set and I couldn't be happier! The sellers communication was excellent and don't even get me going on the quality of the packaging!!

I worked for AMS Performance for almost 9 years. We prided ourselves in every aspect of quality, including budgeting more money on shipping and packaging than most companies budget on EVERYTHING. Allstar Auto Lights packing is as professional and top notch as you will experience. You could literally throw one of their packages out of a package truck doing 70 mph and it would come out completely unscathed. I have received hundreds of packages with the contents poking through the box upon delivery and time and time again, the shipper puts the blame on the shipping company. In the end it is the shippers responsibility to ensure their quality is delivered no matter what, and Allstar Auto Lights delivered that promise above and beyond.
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