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post #1 of 7 Old 01-15-2014, 07:14 AM Thread Starter
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05-07 projector headlights

Hey I'm just wondering if anyone has projector headlights on an 05-07superduty and do you like them did you notice that are brighter than stock headlights etc thanks guys


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post #2 of 7 Old 01-15-2014, 08:54 AM
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It seems like most of the aftermarket projector headlights on the market reduce light output and don't seal well. I would save and do a projector retrofit on your factory housings. A little more expensive up front and more work, but the end result is definitely worth the time. Search for "HID Retrofit" on the site and you'll find some good write-ups.
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I did a retrofit to mine. GREATLY increased the visibility!


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Do a retrofit! I've done 2 so far, it's the way to go like said above. I've done 2 write ups and a few other members have too. Check the link in my sig for my '08 retrofit


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Looks great how hard was it to do that


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For a first timer plan on a weekend deal. Second timer it can be done in a few hours IMO


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