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Old 11-21-2013, 05:15 AM
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Unfortunately I wrecked my 2010 XLT last night. Was crossing traffic and some how did not see the guy and I ended up T-boning his car and pushing him into the median. Luckily no one was hurt and there weren't any other cars involved. This is a really busy hwy and and the outcome could have been much worse. My truck needs a new front end, hood, head lights, and some how i cracked the radiator cooler a little. The car i hit was a rental car and is probably totaled. All side air bags went off and my tow hooks went into his car and ripped a hole along the entire side of the car.
Now on to getting it fixed. Plan on getting everything fixed as it needs to be besides the headlights. Was curious in putting projection head lights and was wondering if i platinums headlights would work.


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Damn man, glad nobody was hurt! As for the headlights, you can't really buy any projection headlights that are of good quality. You'll need to do a hid retrofit if you want a set of true hid projector headlights. Click the link in my
Sig for my write up, a few other members have done it as well and Cary at ct performance (site vendor) provides this service as well. He's on my friends list.


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Ouch

the windshield pillars on these trucks along with the big mirrors can Be blind spot issue

bet the other driver was shaking

from now on when He closes His eyes He will see


























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yea i think that's the reason i didnt see him. I tow my boat alot and my mirrors were out. even the tow truck driver said i could have been my mirrors. but he was like thank god you're in a ford they're built tough as hell and he was driving a dodge lol
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Damn man, glad nobody was hurt! As for the headlights, you can't really buy any projection headlights that are of good quality. You'll need to do a hid retrofit if you want a set of true hid projector headlights. Click the link in my
Sig for my write up, a few other members have done it as well and Cary at ct performance (site vendor) provides this service as well. He's on my friends list.


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yea I've looked into doing retro fits before but opening up my head lights and doing all that cutting and everything scares me
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and the thing is I just got my mini maxx in the mail too! so now i have to wait to be able to put it in the truck....
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yea I've looked into doing retro fits before but opening up my head lights and doing all that cutting and everything scares me
I was nervous too, but really it's quite simple. There's a better method to attaching the projectors to the reflector, instead of using the bolts you use quiksteel. Which saves hours of adjusting the bolts to get the angle right. You can literally have them done in a half day no rushing. So worth it, especially since all the aftermarket projector headlights are absolute sh!t


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Might as well go with the 11-13 front end


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Only thing I don't like is the windshield pillars.
2004 F350 4x4
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Might as well go with the 11-13 front end


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thats a good idea. not really a fan of the 11-13 grille will my grille work with the 11-13 front end?
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