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Old 02-26-2008, 06:05 PM
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HID Fog lights?

I was at the gas station the other day and this superduty came in and had HID headlights and fog lights. Who makes a kit for the fog lights?

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Old 02-26-2008, 06:07 PM
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i dont know who makes it but i have seen raul at stealth automotive advertiseing them
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Old 02-26-2008, 06:09 PM
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if you already have fog lights i can get you the HID kit for them.... they will be way brighter than your headlights if you dont have HID's in them.... here is a link: Stealth Automotive. HID Kits

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Thats what i was looking for thanks.
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Isnt it just new bulbs??? on my old truck we just put xenon lights in, what does the "kit" have?
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Isnt it just new bulbs??? on my old truck we just put xenon lights in, what does the "kit" have?
nope its not just new bulbs... real HID bulbs are the Xenon gas bulbs with 2 separate ballasts to power them up and the wire harness...
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ok, is it the same lense also? so the kit comes with bulbs and wiring harness?

The kit on your site "Headlight/Fog light HID combo $399.95" does this a have the HID and wireing for BOTH headlights and fog?
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Old 02-26-2008, 07:40 PM
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ok, is it the same lense also? so the kit comes with bulbs and wiring harness?

The kit on your site "Headlight/Fog light HID combo $399.95" does this a have the HID and wireing for BOTH headlights and fog?
you will already need to have your OEM fog lights... it only replaces the bulbs with HID's

and yes the combo kit will come with 4 ballasts and 2 seperate wire harness... the new harness connect to your stockers so you will already need to have the OEM harness
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ok sounds really simple to install? I wanna do it but i need to do trainhorns and wheels first. SO MANY COOL THINGS, SO LITTLE CASH! hahahaha
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ok sounds really simple to install? I wanna do it but i need to do trainhorns and wheels first. SO MANY COOL THINGS, SO LITTLE CASH! hahahaha
.......... Said Very well... I have the truck but I have so many things I want to do that I can't decide what to do next.... $$$
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