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post #1 of 6 Old 10-31-2009, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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opinions on these harley headlights

Whatcha guys think, good deal?

1999-2004 FORD F250 F-250 HARLEY HEADLIGHT+Bi-XENON HID:eBay Motors (item 310173565383 end time Nov-07-09 16:37:57 PST)

Im in need of some new headlights as my aftermarkey junk ones took a crap. I want the harley ones but after you spens the $ on new headlights, lightbulbs, and harness, I could have these with hids for less.
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overpriced.I got mine off ebay shipped for $160.You can get a sweet hid kit for 100 bucks if you shop around.You'll save $60 or so and the will be much brighter(and look cooler,too).Just my opinion though.I would never spend 300 bones on a set of headlights!!!

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actually,I just read into them more and that kit is high and low beam hid.That might actually be a good deal.Check this website out and then price the hd headlights on ebay without the kit and see what the price diffrence is.This site was recomended to me by another forum member.Their kits and prices are the best I have found.
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Yea Ive ordered lights from there before. The only problem Im thinkin is if I put the harley lights in, what type of hids do I run for my 2000 that fit?
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I think they cost a lot.

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I think their a good deal cause bi-xenon are expensive. What type of hids would I need for a 2000 and will they fit the harly headlight housing?
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