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Old 09-28-2010, 10:22 AM
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HIDs for cheap

Just wanted to let you all know where I get my HID kits. I have bought around 7 kits from them. The cost on these kits were around a $100, but now they are anywhere from $35 to $55. Pretty good deal! I got some for my fog lights for like $35.
I am ordering extra bulbs and 2 more kits right now. Just wanted to let everyone know if you were interested in purchasing any. The warranty is awesome on these too. I have had a bulb and a ballast go out like a year ago, and they replaced both for free.

DDMTuning

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Old 09-28-2010, 10:27 AM
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Links to non sponsors are not allowed. Sorry.

We've got quite a few sponsors that sell HID's very reasonably
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I bought my HID's for my RZR from those guys! Great price and awesome warranty.
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So i am having an off and on problem with my driver side head light, often times it fades out, not all the way but very dim. Am i right in thinking i buy one of these HID kits, install it and use the old housing from factory set up? Any help would be great thanks
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Old 09-30-2010, 11:57 AM
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Sorry Dave, didnt know I couldnt do that. My bad.

Yea, i love these kits, they work great.

Jayson41, all you do is take out your stock bulbs, and replace them with the HID bulbs. Then you plug the bulb into the Ballasts that come with the kit. You then plug the kit up to your existing wiring harness for your headlights off the truck, and ground and power the ballasts to your battery or other power source. And thats basically it. You reuse your factory stuff, so no cutting of any factory wires or mounts.
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So if I order the HID 35watt kit from the place originally mentioned, what all do you need to have a plug n play install? I have the 05-07 front end. And do you need to do the same for the fogs?

35 watt ($35)
H13 Hi/Lo (+$20)
HID harness - Dual in/Dual out ($12.50) ??
Error Eliminator - Type 3 ($15.00) ??
Adaptor cables - H1/H7 to 9006 ($8.00) (Im guessing not needed)

Thanks!
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Old 10-04-2010, 12:20 PM
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I have used the kits from DDM and they are great for the money. I ahve had quite a few issues with way more expensive kits. (currently on my wifes truck) and and just ordered here a kit from DDM. My buddy has been running then in his lows and fogs for over a year now trouble free. at 35.00 a set 46.00 after shipping you cant beat it.
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I have used the kits from DDM and they are great for the money. I ahve had quite a few issues with way more expensive kits. (currently on my wifes truck) and and just ordered here a kit from DDM. My buddy has been running then in his lows and fogs for over a year now trouble free. at 35.00 a set 46.00 after shipping you cant beat it.
35 watt ($35)
H13 Hi/Lo (+$20)
HID harness - Dual in/Dual out ($12.50) ??
Error Eliminator - Type 3 ($15.00) ??
Adaptor cables - H1/H7 to 9006 ($8.00) (Im guessing not needed)


So is just the $35 bulb and $20 hi/lo option neded??
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i bought the kit for my fog lights from them!
paid like 55$ and there brighter than my headlights that i paid 90 for!
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Do you guys prefer the 35w or 55w kit for the headlights?
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