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Old 05-08-2014, 08:01 AM
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Projector Headlight Pics on white trucks

does anyone have pics of projector headlights on white, or white/tan trucks? what color did you go with? black lights or chrome? Im not sure what i want to go with but i know i want projectors. Show me some pics if you you got em.
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Old 05-10-2014, 12:26 PM
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no one?
HID Xenon + 08-10 Ford F250 350 450 550 Superduty Angel Eye Halo & LED Projector Headlights - Chrome
these are the closest looking to stock i could find
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Old 05-11-2014, 02:54 AM
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Ive been wondering the same thing...Although my truck is black/silver not sure if the chrome or smoked headlights would look best. I hate the cheap look of aftermarket headlamps but really want a projector/hid setup. My thing is that the set is less than 250 bucks how good is the quality going to be?
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i would retrofit your own headlights. because those projectors arent like the ones you buy from retro fit stores plus personally they just look cheap lol. doing the retro fit your self is easy and if you have basic tools and know how to use a dremel tool then your good. its best to have an extra set of lights though so that you can take your time and make sure its right. plus there are tons of how tos and instructional videos. I already did my motorcycle headlight as practice since its only a single bulb design before i tackled my truck. im just having a tough time deciding what color to do the headlights or leave them chrome
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Old 05-11-2014, 05:32 AM
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Well my headlights are faded and look worn out and my driver side reflector is broke already it wobbles up and down on the road so I would have to buy a new set already as it is and these are the closest looking to the stock setup I could find
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Old 05-11-2014, 05:33 AM
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But I might look into the day option
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buy another set of lights, retro fit them, and then sell yours as a spare set so that someone can take their set off to retro fit and use your old ones as temporaries until they are done. I like OEM+ lol
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Old 05-11-2014, 01:46 PM
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Got any links to the diy and links for a good price on oem units and the parts for the retrofit?
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Old 05-11-2014, 03:26 PM
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here is my personal how to thread on my motorcycle. its basically the same thing on our lights except you do everything twice lol

Finally----TravisH3's projector retro-fit FZ6R - Yamaha FZ6R Forums - International FZ6R / XJ6 Motorcycle Community Forum

and here is a good one mts did on a 6.4. do a google search of how to's and watch videos on youtube. if ya like tinkering with your own stuff and enjoy easy wiring then it isnt bad. i really liked the project.

HID Retrofit Project- 2008 PSD (How to)
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Is this what your looking for?
I'm not a big fan, I hate the razor line cut off.
I'll be switching to Harley lights I think.
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