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Join Date: May 2012
Location: Broward County
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Bubba, if you want my advice I will tell you to check out theretrofitsource.com Granted their stuff isn't cheap but it's very high quality stuff that doesn't crap out like the cheap China stuff you probably have in there.
You can buy whatever parts you need for those HID's on eBay but you're gonna get what you pay for. And forget trying to get any of those companies to honor their "warranty". I speak form experience with this stuff. I've been buying HID's for years, put them on everything from my f250 to my atv and my motorcycle. You will keep spending money on parts and having to swap stuff out, or you can spend a little more and get the stuff from the site I mentioned above, as well as great customer service.
If you want your f250 headlights setup properly, there should be a relay switch put in there. See if your shop put one in. Something similar to Bi-xenon: 'MotoControl 9003/H4/HB2 - Relay Harnesses from The Retrofit Source Inc
2008 F250 Harley Davidson 4x4, Upgraded LED lighting, JL Audio 13.5" Stealthbox, JL Audio C3 door speakers, JL Audio 500.1 for the stealthbox, JL Audio 400.4 for the doors, Viper 5704 alarm/SmartStart and GPS tracker, JimmiJammer door plates, JimmiJammer gateguard, Delete front lock/rear handle swap, DPF delete, MiniMaxx, 2.5" level, Sinister coolant filter, 55w 6000k HID's driving/fog lights, S+B CAI, MBRP 5" DP back exhaust, 35x12.5x20 TIS 20" rims, Nitto Trail Grapplers, adjustable track bar.