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Old 11-25-2011, 10:32 PM
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Help needed

Just purchased some '05-07 Harley headlights. Read online that the swap is fairly simple, however, I'm stuck and needing some type of pigtail harness from the '00 > '05-07 headlights. Believe it's called the H13/9008?

Anyone done this swap that can lend a hand? I'm pretty mechanical but when it comes to electronics.....
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Most of the repair pigtails I have used come from NAPA. You have a part number, so that's a good start.
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Tim here is some old discussion which may offer some help to you.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/70...tail-10-a.html
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Not sure how I missed the updates in this thread :-( Thanks a ton for posting that. I have the pigtails on their way. I have the headlights already. Can't wait to install them!

Yanked the stock muffler off the truck today and put in some straight pipe. Whew what a difference and HOLY turbo sound! :-) I love it!
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I started the 05 harley conversion today. Not too hateful. Will post up pictures hopefully if I'm done tomorrow :-)
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Here's a couple of pictures:

Cut and ready to go:
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and complete:
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thanks again everyone!
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