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Old 02-09-2014, 08:41 PM   #21
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Thanxs MGD, I appreciate the kind words.
If memory serves me correct, you have an '04 - '08 Gen F150 don't you? Soon, I will have the R&D completed for this style headlight. There's probably less than an inch of clearance from the back of the OEM H13 bulb connector and the structural member behind it....and I don't want to use Mini H1 projectors. Most other projectors need to be sunk into the reflector buckets. I want to be able to use superior projectors and obviously have the headlights fit with no clearance issues.
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