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Old March 17th, 2010, 07:49 PM   #101
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how much for the headlight conversions, and a set of the 5000k 55 watt that have the high and low beams for a 99 xj and 2 sets of h3 55w 5000k for 4 700ff hellas
I have the H4 55w high and low beam for $110 and the headlights are $50, so $160.

I don't have anymore 55w H3, but I will do $120 for 2 sets of 35w if you buy the XJ main headlights. I don't think you'll have any issue with sight when you have 250w of Xenon light. I can get the 55w, they'd be $90 a kit and I wouldn't have them in until my next order.
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Old March 17th, 2010, 09:32 PM   #102
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do you have h3 35w 6000k?
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Old March 19th, 2010, 08:07 AM   #103
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do you have h3 35w 6000k?
I did find I had that in 55w. I have 35w in 5000K and 8000K
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Old April 28th, 2010, 07:15 AM   #104
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just installed highs lows and fogs in my 01 silverado. install was super easy only thing i had to do was switch the polarity of all the lights. witch is as easy as pulling the blue or black lock off the back of the factory light plugs and using a safety pin or i ground down a pocket screw driver to fit, looking at the end that goes in the light of the plug slide tool down void next to terminal till it stops then pull terminal out and switch side to side. this is only on gm cars and trucks so i have read. will post pics tonight i hope. or you can just plug the plug in the other was if you want but if you do it my way the locks will still hold plug to ballast. but in all this is a great set up no problems with lights just gms backwards thinking. great buy and easy install. will buy more for all my cars.
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Old June 5th, 2010, 12:27 AM   #105
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Don't suppose you'd have conversion housings that would fit a Probe? Looking to buy one for the better MPG, and was quite sad to learn it still used sealed-beam. Part number for the bulb it uses is H4666ST (taken from Autozone.com if it makes a difference).
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Old June 5th, 2010, 09:50 AM   #106
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Don't suppose you'd have conversion housings that would fit a Probe? Looking to buy one for the better MPG, and was quite sad to learn it still used sealed-beam. Part number for the bulb it uses is H4666ST (taken from Autozone.com if it makes a difference).
I carry those. I'd just need to know whether you want just low beam or low and high beam xenon and what color. It would be $120 for the low beam, and $140 for the low and high for everything you need.
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I need hi and low beam HIDs 8000K for a 1998 chevy blazer. all i need to know is the price and when i can pick them up.
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Old June 11th, 2010, 08:20 AM   #108
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I need hi and low beam HIDs 8000K for a 1998 chevy blazer. all i need to know is the price and when i can pick them up.
That would be two kits, $140, I'll have to get them from Clinton twp, but anytime this weekend should be good.
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do you have a number where i can reach you this weekend?
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I'd like to do this on my 05' Saab 9-2x. Can you PM me a price for the lows (H1's) and highs (9005's) in either 5K or 6K with shipping? Were you also the member that could get LED replacement lights? I tried searching but couldn't find anything on it.

Lastly, I read that you had to cut into the headlight, or drill into? Could you elaborate more on that?

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$150 shipped with a relay kit as far as price. I sell LED's as well, just have to know what sizes you want to replace. My thread is here:
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I don't cut into the headlight, but if you have a bulb that doesn't have a seal built in, you have a dust cover, and there has to be a hole drilled into that in order to get the wires out to go to the ballast. No modification to the actual reflector or headlight housing is made. To go back to stock, you would have to buy another dust cover. Don't know anyone that ever has...
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$150 shipped with a relay kit as far as price. I sell LED's as well, just have to know what sizes you want to replace. My thread is here: LED interior and exterior lighting - Great Lakes 4x4. The largest offroad forum in the Midwest

I don't cut into the headlight, but if you have a bulb that doesn't have a seal built in, you have a dust cover, and there has to be a hole drilled into that in order to get the wires out to go to the ballast. No modification to the actual reflector or headlight housing is made. To go back to stock, you would have to buy another dust cover. Don't know anyone that ever has...
Alright sweet. I must of read a real shitty writeup (from another HID site) and someone said they had to like drill into the back housing of the headlight.

Also, are these street legal? Has anyone on here a problem running them yet with johnny law? Or is it one of those "Yeah they aren't legal, but the cops don't bother with it" kind of things?

My girlfriend will kill me if I mod the new car only for her to constantly get pulled over in it.

Last question, I swear. What is the expected life of the bulbs? I know that Sylvanias suck and you're lucky if you get a year out of them. Just want to make sure I'm not replacing these all the times.
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Old June 14th, 2010, 11:37 PM   #113
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These are street legal in Michigan if you stick to the lower K's like 5000 and 6000 temps. Michigan states that you must have white lights and no more than 4 forward facing ones at that. 8000K is iffy, 10K is definitely blue. I haven't had anyone pulled over for Xenon, one guy for bad aim, he rushed me on the install and didn't let me aim them, so he called up laughing 20min later. Just got a warning to fix it. I know him real well and told him it was just because you were black in Rochester and had to have some excuse when he realized you weren't a ninja and you drive clean.

Silverstar's suck, yes (as far as life). These HIDs have an advertised life of 30k hours, halogen is about 8k hours. I'd say realistically, if you get 15k, you're doing good. I've had mine in my Jeep which rides like a brick for 2 years now (and do alot of night driving), and some moisture got into the one headlight housing and even then it hasn't gone out yet.

I'll warranty these for as long as I sell them as well within reason. I've never had a warranty return on a bulb, so obviously if you go through 4 in a month I'm going to tell you you're doing it wrong or something.
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July sale on sealed beam conversions with low beam xenon, high beam halogen bulbs: $100 shipped. (Normally $130 shipped). This covers 200mm rectangles for cars like the Cherokee and older trucks/modern work trucks, and the round housings for TJ's and CJ's.
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how much for a low beam kit for a 01 pontiac grand prix shipped to 48827 thank you
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how much for a low beam kit for a 01 pontiac grand prix shipped to 48827 thank you
$80 shipped.

New September deal for XJ owners - low beam kit with harness AND housings: $100 (or $110 shipped)
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Old September 29th, 2010, 04:06 PM   #117
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Can you shoot me a price for a high and low beam kit for a 2008 F150? Thanks
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Old September 29th, 2010, 04:33 PM   #118
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New September deal for XJ owners - low beam kit with harness AND housings: $100 (or $110 shipped)
waiting for payday & i'll be ordering some
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Old October 14th, 2010, 01:14 AM   #119
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got a kit for my tracker... love it... ez as easy gets... seems to be pretty good quality to... will be doing business for sure again
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Old October 28th, 2010, 09:45 PM   #120
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35 watt 9006 in 5k color? in stock? latest price?

I may need a harness/resistor pack from what the e46fanatics.com folks suggest with some of the other competing products.

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