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Old 11-28-2010, 11:49 AM
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1970 HID Conversion kit

Hey i was wandering if anybody is running a HID conversion in their trucks and if so what brand and how do they do? I've seen some on ebay but am skeptical about getting them. Heres a link to 3 different kinds!!

7" Round 6014/6015/6024 Crystal Headlights 10000K HID - eBay (item 220702202835 end time Dec-01-10 07:17:28 PST)

7" Round 6014/6015/6024 Projector Headlights 10000K HID - eBay (item 220701214195 end time Nov-28-10 20:17:12 PST)

7" Round 6014/6015/6024 Projector Headlights 10000K HID - eBay (item 220701999205 end time Dec-02-10 16:28:37 PST)

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Old 11-28-2010, 06:41 PM
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i have not done it to a old ford yet but i have done it to a civic. you want a 6000k or 8000k light not a 10000k one.

7" Round 6014/6015/6024 Crystal Headlights 6000K HID - eBay (item 220701214214 end time Nov-28-10 20:17:16 PST)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/7-Rou...item53e4e217ed
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You will have to upgrade the wiring to run these. A relay conversion is best, where you run large gauge wires straight from the battery to the relays, and use the stock wiring to switch the relays.
If you try to run these straight off the original wiring, it will cause issues.
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You will have to upgrade the wiring to run these. A relay conversion is best, where you run large gauge wires straight from the battery to the relays, and use the stock wiring to switch the relays.
If you try to run these straight off the original wiring, it will cause issues.
Hey thanks for the heads up!! I prolly should have mentioned that I have completely rewired the truck with a 21 circuit kit from painless!! But yea it would be an issue for a person with the stock wiring.
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Just wandering why u recomend the 6000k over the 10000k? thanks for the input and advice--i havn't delt with HIDs yet
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Some areas the cops target blue headlights. They are technically illegal as they are not white.
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Just wandering why u recomend the 6000k over the 10000k? thanks for the input and advice--i havn't delt with HIDs yet
the 10000k,12000k, and 30000 are illegal in all states! the 8000k and 6000k wont get you into trouble.
this is how the numbers add up too.
  • 3000K = Yellow Tint
  • 4300K = White
  • 6000K = Pure White
  • 8000K = Slight Tint of Blue
  • 10000K = Tint of Blue
  • 12000K = Most Blue
  • 14000K = Blue
  • 30000K= Purple Tint
and here is a pic of the different beams. the higher the number the brighter but it is also bluer and is less controlled light, so it will blind the on coming cars.

hope this helps you out.
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thats some good information frankensteined 67 i seen a thread awhile back that a guy waas selling new wiring harnesses to work with HID's anyone know what ever happen there is he still selling them? anyone get one from him hows it holding up?
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Thanks for the info!! Dont want no trouble from tha popo lol umm just still wandering if the kit on ebay is worth buying?
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Which harness as I did not see one on Painless website. How difficult was it to install and how much troubleshooting did you go through after the initial install.
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I used the painless kit i got several years ago. Umm everything is labled as far as the wires function it was a universal kind of kit but if you know wiring pretty good its fairly easy!! Not sure if they offer a 21 circuit kit anymore?
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shephard199: there only $65 thats a good price just make sure they come with the control boxes,lights,and relay. you can get a relay from any auto store.

here is a little vid of a installation of the hid
Xenon HID Conversion Kit Videos
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shephard199: there only $65 thats a good price just make sure they come with the control boxes,lights,and relay. you can get a relay from any auto store.

here is a little vid of a installation of the hid
Xenon HID Conversion Kit Videos

Ok guess ill take the gamble and get them, i got the H4 Diamond cuts off ebay and wasn't very impressed---but ill try again!? I post and let everybody how it goes and maybe some before after pics!! Thanks
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If you can I'd be interested in seeing the before and after pics this is an upgrade I had in mind when I get the truck that far let us know what you all have to do for the installation for them to work right
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