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Old 07-31-2013, 05:34 AM   #31
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This sort of arguing is what got most of the previous headlight threads shut down. It stops here.
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I second this. My setup plus I made new wiring harnesses. They are BRIGHT.

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Down can be to the shoulder. I'm just saying that what they teach in drivers Ed dull headlights can also be a cause of ( deer accidents ) so pick your poison I guess
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Has anyone used the delta tech HID headlight kit from quadratec? Id like new headlights and id like HIDs or the truck lites
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Has anyone used the delta tech HID headlight kit from quadratec? Id like new headlights and id like HIDs or the truck lites
I have the Truck Lights LED they are really bright twice the light of the stocks plus more white light they light up road signs from a good distance and they are plug and play no upgrading the Wiring harness . Brightest lights I have ever had in any of my vehicles .
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I went with Silverstars first. They were a big improvement, but nothing like the E-Code/H4 setup with a harness I switched to a few weeks later. I can actually see, and not blind oncoming traffic. I don't like stock HIDs, so I definitely didn't want aftermarket ones (just my opinion, I think they're annoying). E-Codes may not be DOT compliant, but I haven't had an issue in the year I've been using them.

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