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post #1 of 9 Old 05-23-2007, 07:05 PM Thread Starter
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Great Deals on New Xenon Bulbs

K guys i just received some new products for a really good deal and i want to pass the savings to you guys.... they are new xenon super white headlight and fog light bulbs. These have a slight blue tint to them and are dramatically brighter than stock bulbs ... i have them for any make or model ford truck and car if your interested... the ones in the picture are for f-250 headlights on the left and fogs on the right... Headlights retail at 49.95 and fogs for 39.95....prices for Powerstrok members are as follows..

$40.00 for 1 (either one doesnt matter)
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$60.00 for both headlights and tailights (or any 2 you choose)

**Just to clarify... these are NOT HID kits... these are super plazma xenon bulbs... i know the package says HID but they are not.... this is what it says on the side of the case
"Super Plazma Xenon Bulb. The lenses have been optically dyed to transform the light into an intense white beam which simulates the appearance of a H.I.D. lighting system"**


this includes free shipping.... let me know if anyone is interested... these prices will be good for 2 weeks.. after that ill be raising the price so get them while you can.....

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Raul, Can I get a set of these for my foggers?

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sounds good logan... ill get those out to you asap.....let me know how they turn out

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Raul, just got my lights in. They look pretty sharp. Better than stock for sure. And the price, well...you can't beat the price on those. Also, thanks for all your great service and how fast you get everything out. To anyone looking at getting products from Raul at Stealth, I highly recommend it. Great guy to deal with. Thanks again Raul.

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Would I need to run upgraded wiring harness to handle the 130/100W rating of the bulbs? Would I have to worry about burning the lenses of my headlights?
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Nope, no issues there. I just did the fog lights since I have HIDs for my headlights. They will work just fine.

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Would I need to run upgraded wiring harness to handle the 130/100W rating of the bulbs? Would I have to worry about burning the lenses of my headlights?
i have had people put them on without the upgraded harness and they havnt had a problem.... i also sell an upgraded harness for them if your interested... i could make a package deal for them.... i can also get the 65/55w ones but they are not as bright....
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i wouldnt use them if i was u they melted my plug burnt the harness up in my truck

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i wouldnt use them if i was u they melted my plug burnt the harness up in my truck

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you didnt get them from me... ive been using mine for about 2 years without the harnness and havnt had a problem... plus the ones im selling are 100/80 ... i know they say 130/100 in big letters but in smaller letters they say 100/80... have no idea why it has both ...
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