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Old 03-13-2009, 06:49 PM   #1
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Well this is my first post on this forum and its kind of a good bad thing.
my brother hit a sonic drive in window and wrecked the left front fender of my pickup and broke my headlight assembly . now im looking for a new headlight setup and was going to go HID.
i found this kit -

http://www.k2motor.com/lhp-f15004jmb-tm.html

i like the setup arrangement on them.
my truck is tan though, i was wondering if you think going for a blackout on a tan truck would look good??? also some feedback on good sites to buy a good conversion kit with the relay included. i was thinking of going with a 10k bixenon kit. any help is appreciated <3 thanks guys!
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also, i found these

http://www.k2motor.com/lfpf15004htm.html

which i like alot too, was wondering if you could help in a HID fogs kit aswell
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Well.....another member just installed those the other day. Check his out to see if you liek the look.

Black and tan can look good when done right...I must admit I have not seen one yet, but it is not impossible I am sure.

As for the fogs...they are easy as the heads. 9140/9145 Bulbs will work for the fogs.
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Well.....another member just installed those the other day. Check his out to see if you liek the look.

Black and tan can look good when done right...I must admit I have not seen one yet, but it is not impossible I am sure.

As for the fogs...they are easy as the heads. 9140/9145 Bulbs will work for the fogs.
As will an H10. The H series are a little easier to find, from my experience.
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Cool, see.....lots of options man. They will be cake.
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