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    New HID lights

    So I finely put my Hid lights in they have only been sitting under my bench a month or two lol
    So there nice and bright but with these lights no high beams not that I ever use em, my bumper lights used to be brighter then my head lights not anymore!!
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    Re: New HID lights

    And you are officially a giant ass hole to oncoming traffic. Look how much glare you are getting even in the picture. Hids are a nice idea but the jk light housing is where the problem is not the bulb.
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    Congrats on blinding people

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    get them aimed if you use stock housings don't be a ricer prick that blinds people be responsible with them
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    Well I got them for 40$ so I thought what the hell, I might go back to my other lights, then the 4 look the same,
    And I don't want people thinking I'm an asshole, because I'm not, most of the time,

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    Re: New HID lights

    If you want to improve your lighting without blinding oncoming traffic I found installing ecode housings made a huge difference even with stock output bulbs. I personally use the hella ones.

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    new housings and piaa bulbs or some sort of projecter housing with the hids

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    I have to go with the housings aswell. I learned a lot about them from this article: http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/usmcdoc/lights/index.ph
    A long read but well worth it. Hope it helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizit View Post
    If you want to improve your lighting without blinding oncoming traffic I found installing ecode housings made a huge difference even with stock output bulbs. I personally use the hella ones.
    Just Jeeps offers a plug and play kit now with Hella Ecodes H13 to H4 Harnesses and Upgraded Hella Bulbs for around $200 tax in.
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