Stock housing, I did aim them down some so I don't blind the oncoming traffic.
Ah, ok. Well that is pretty much what is stopping me from getting some. I asked on some HID forums and basically they said just don't put it in a stock reflector housing because even if you aim them down, they can still blind others as you just simply cannot control the beam pattern well enough. They said either do it right with projectors or don't do it at all. So I don't want to be "that guy" who just blinds people all the time. My truck already sits up high as it is because, well, it's a truck, but also it is leveled out too. So I can only imagine I would be blinding quite a few people.
Colby - 2006 Ford F-150 5.4L FX4 33" Toyo M/T 20" XD Monsters 2.5" Rough Country Level
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Trex Vertical Billet Grille Chrome accents LED dome and cab lights Tonneau cover 15% tint
Colby yer right on every account, even with them pointed down the light is scattered & very annoying to oncoming drivers, especially seasoned drivers like myself who are affected by most headlights......I wish my eyes were 25 yrs younger, just my .02
No disrespect intended Dano
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