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Old 08-06-2013, 12:26 PM   #61
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My headlights. By far my best and most useful mod. I can actually see where I'm going.

You take some bad a$$ pictures.

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Best looking headlights ever!! What brand??
No brand. It's a piece together deal. If you want a set built for you, hidprojectors.com is where you get em.

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Old 08-06-2013, 12:50 PM   #63
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When the temps were in the 90's I would have said my SpiderWeb Shade. But then I installed a pair of JW Speaker 8700 headlights and I have, literally and figuratively, seen the light!
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:19 PM   #64
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My headlights. By far my best and most useful mod. I can actually see where I'm going.
What head lights you using. And what bumper is that you went with
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:23 PM   #65
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No brand. It's a piece together deal. If you want a set built for you, hidprojectors.com is where you get em.
How much those run you. I would like a set
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:35 PM   #66
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What head lights you using. And what bumper is that you went with
THey are HID projector retrofits built by hidprojectors.com.
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:36 PM   #67
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How much those run you. I would like a set
I got them a long time ago when Tom was just starting to build them. You can build them yourself out of the OEM housings and about $300 worth of parts.
Retrofitting HID Projectors into a TJ

My price isn't an indicator because I already had a lot of the components. To build yourself you are looking at about 250-350 and to have them built for you is about 450-550.
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Old 08-06-2013, 02:53 PM   #68
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I got them a long time ago when Tom was just starting to build them. You can build them yourself out of the OEM housings and about $300 worth of parts.
Retrofitting HID Projectors into a TJ

My price isn't an indicator because I already had a lot of the components. To build yourself you are looking at about 250-350 and to have them built for you is about 450-550.
I don know if I would know what I'm doing I I put them together myself. I like how yours are black with just the single light in the center. Looks bright and really sharp looking.
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I went to there site but not sure how to set up what I want. I don't know what everything is.
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I went to there site but not sure how to set up what I want. I don't know what everything is.
Start a new thread in the lighting section of the forum, and I will walk you through the whole thing. The reason I'd rather you start a thread is because a lot of people PM me about my headlights, and it would be nice to have a thread with all the info so that they can research it as well, it would be helpful to others.
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Not sure how you wanted me to start the thread but I started it under off road and external lighting
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My neoprene seat covers. In the heat they always stay cool.
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The cool air intake gave me 4.8 miles gallon. That saves me money.
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The cool air intake gave me 4.8 miles gallon. That saves me money.
And what was that. That sounds like alot
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It cost me 185 and 30 minutes to install it. It's a round piece of metal with a huge filter at the end of it.
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:31 PM   #76
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It cost me 185 and 30 minutes to install it. It's a round piece of metal with a huge filter at the end of it.
No sh*** what brand
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:36 PM   #77
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Not sure how you wanted me to start the thread but I started it under off road and external lighting
I responded.
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So with the Cool air intake and I used a superchip SuperCalc calibrating your tires your idol it gave me 19.8 miles a gallon in Las Vegas in the city. I have not took it on a road trip yet. But the superchip is little box with a wire. You plug it into where the computers at and it Ask you a few questions and that's it. You can see a big difference driving.
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So with the Cool air intake and I used a superchip SuperCalc calibrating your tires your idol it gave me 19.8 miles a gallon in Las Vegas in the city. I have not took it on a road trip yet. But the superchip is little box with a wire. You plug it into where the computers at and it Ask you a few questions and that's it. You can see a big difference driving.
Might look into that. Anything that will give me better gas mileage I'm all for
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Did that really help you out that much
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And can you send me where you got it from
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Without a doubt the number one greatest thing I ever did to my jeep was the regear to 4.88 (2008, you pentastar guys should do your own math because your truck is very different).

The Spiderweb Shade is one of the greatest things on the planet and it comes in a close second. OH, and Sylvania headlight bulbs... POW, that was a game changer for a small price. I can drive at night now!
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:28 PM   #89
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How much those run you. I would like a set
All the parts on my Jerry came from Quadratec.com

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all the parts on my jeep came from quadratec.com thay have more online.


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