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Old 01-30-2012, 06:31 PM
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ArdWrknTrk I agree the Morimoto minis look very easy to install and are great for tight spaces like our 7x6 housings. I was actually going to get this same set up that you posted the link for, but decided that because of the mixed reviews on the beam width, because of the small projector lens, I'd just go for the big boys since I was already so far involved. Great advice!!

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My truck is an '81 (mostly) . Thanks! Currently I'm running standard silverstars with stock wiring, plenty bright with a nice wide pattern. If I do anything else it will be hella h4 conversion lens (dot) , relay harness, & h4 silverstars.
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Well I sold my truck, because I got a good deal on a 99 F150. So I have my HID projector headlights with bulbs, ballasts and relay wiring harness for sale for $200, here's the link to my ebay ad.


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Well I sold my truck, because I got a good deal on a 99 F150. So I have my HID projector headlights with bulbs, ballasts and relay wiring harness for sale for $200, here's the link to my ebay ad.

That really needs to be in the Classifieds and not here, it's item #4 in the Guidelines which you agreed to when you joined FTE:

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You need 25 posts to post an ad in the classifieds.

I'm generally OK with people selling OEM parts to their trucks here as they're hard to come by, but aftermarket stuff like this doesn't qualify.
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WOW I step away for a few days and my thread grows pages lol. I am currently only runnin the stock harness but have plans on upgradin to the LMC harness. I also like the looks of the Morimoto minis and will likely use them on my truck and car. I have seen cars and truckswith the HIDs done both right and wrong. I am perfectly ok with them done right but when the owner cant adjust thier lights its like drivin into the sun.
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