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post #1 of 4 Old 10-28-2011, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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ok guys, tell me what you think of these lights. the stokers are starting to turn & i like the way these look. has anyone ran them or have any experience with them? i would also like to run DDM HIDs 5K 35w for the lows & 6K 55w for the highs & if i dont like the 35w for lows i could always order 55w ballastes. this company has them for $133 a set (so they say) & the HID kit would be an additional cost.

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99-04 FORD F350 SUPER DUTY PROJECTOR CHROME

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99-04 FORD F350 SUPER DUTY PROJECTOR CHROME - LHP-F25099-APC -

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Those aren't projector lamps! Maybe the tiny little side driving lamp, but that isn't what you want. I am looking for the same thing. I have a Holden (Pontiac GTO) that comes with exceptional low beam projectors + serious long-range high beam (reflector type). They were great to start with, but after adding 55w HID bulbs (that are actually made for these lights) it is hard to believe how good it is. So I have been spoiled, and am considering options for my 2000 Ex.
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I like the looks of it.

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Those aren't projector lamps! Maybe the tiny little side driving lamp, but that isn't what you want. I am looking for the same thing. I have a Holden (Pontiac GTO) that comes with exceptional low beam projectors + serious long-range high beam (reflector type). They were great to start with, but after adding 55w HID bulbs (that are actually made for these lights) it is hard to believe how good it is. So I have been spoiled, and am considering options for my 2000 Ex.
so witch ones are you looking at?

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