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Old 11-25-2011, 06:22 PM
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05-07 Harley lights

Hi folks. I just purchased some 05-07 harley lights for my '00 F350 and was wondering if the stock wiring will wire right up or if I need special pigtails, etc? If I need special pig tails, where can I get them from? These new head lights look awesome and I'm itching to install them!

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Old 11-25-2011, 09:18 PM
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you'll need a 9007 to 9008(H13) headlight conversion pigtail. I bought mine from Riffraff diesel for around $30 a pair. The turn and parking light are the same, but I used the old turn signal socket rather than the new one that came with the new lights. Seemed to fit better with the older style sockets.

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Old 11-26-2011, 05:42 AM
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you'll need a 9007 to 9008(H13) headlight conversion pigtail. I bought mine from Riffraff diesel for around $30 a pair. The turn and parking light are the same, but I used the old turn signal socket rather than the new one that came with the new lights. Seemed to fit better with the older style sockets.
Ya I did a lot more reading and ended up purchasing a pigtail from Stealth (sponsor here) and hope to get it in the coming days then installing.
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Old 11-27-2011, 12:55 PM
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I'd like to see how they look after install. Will you be posting any photos after install and conversion?
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I'd like to see how they look after install. Will you be posting any photos after install and conversion?
Yes. That is, once the pigtails get here :-) Hopefully in the next week or two.
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Old 11-27-2011, 01:13 PM
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Yes. That is, once the pigtails get here :-) Hopefully in the next week or two.
I'm thinking of doing the same set up. I really like the look of the conversion. Have fun!
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youll like em, you coulda jsut went to the junk yard and got some 05 up light plugs off an SD, free. minus some soldering.
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youll like em, you coulda jsut went to the junk yard and got some 05 up light plugs off an SD, free. minus some soldering.
that's cool except for the fact that I would PREFER to not solder and cut wires all up. I wanted something "plug 'n play" and was willing to pay for it. :-)
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