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DannyBoy1025 09-09-2013 02:29 AM

Purple halo rings
 
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Just getting y'all's opinion, I get nothing but compliments on them but I know I'll probably get a few people who hate them lol, but hey at the end of the day it's my jeep and I make the payment.

Gjersey84 09-09-2013 06:51 AM

I'm a fan of purple in general and I haven't seen anyone with purple halo's yet. I dig it :thumb:

YoungLouisianaJk 09-09-2013 07:46 AM

I've wanted green halos on mine for a while now. How much did it cost you to do yours? And btw they look amazing

DannyBoy1025 09-09-2013 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by YoungLouisianaJk (Post 4414137)
I've wanted green halos on mine for a while now. How much did it cost you to do yours? And btw they look amazing

I got mine from oracle lighting, You can get plasma, smd, and CCFL. I believe mine are CCFL. They are a bit of a pain to install you have to heat up the headlights to break the glue open the headlights install the rings and then reseal them with clear silicone adhesive. The best way to do this is to go super heavy with the silicone because the last thing you want is condensation in your headlight assembly. (Happened to me no fun when your headlight bulb explodes). But yeah that's how I got them and put them in, I wired them up to my parking lights also.

YoungLouisianaJk 09-09-2013 02:51 PM

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Originally Posted by DannyBoy1025 (Post 4423169)

I got mine from oracle lighting, You can get plasma, smd, and CCFL. I believe mine are CCFL. They are a bit of a pain to install you have to heat up the headlights to break the glue open the headlights install the rings and then reseal them with clear silicone adhesive. The best way to do this is to go super heavy with the silicone because the last thing you want is condensation in your headlight assembly. (Happened to me no fun when your headlight bulb explodes). But yeah that's how I got them and put them in, I wired them up to my parking lights also.

Alrighty that sounds like some work, thanks for the info!

Desi 09-11-2013 02:33 PM

���� I need those! Can you provide a link where I can order them?

Getnoff 09-11-2013 03:32 PM

I will tell you... I am normally not a fan of Halos. They are big around my M109R buddies, and I can't stand em. But. I saw a JK the other day with green Halos and it really looked fn awesome! Purple is even better. But I am sure it depends on the color of the rig.
Nice.
Troy

lostagain 09-12-2013 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by DannyBoy1025 (Post 4423169)
I got mine from oracle lighting, You can get plasma, smd, and CCFL. I believe mine are CCFL. They are a bit of a pain to install you have to heat up the headlights to break the glue open the headlights install the rings and then reseal them with clear silicone adhesive. The best way to do this is to go super heavy with the silicone because the last thing you want is condensation in your headlight assembly. (Happened to me no fun when your headlight bulb explodes). But yeah that's how I got them and put them in, I wired them up to my parking lights also.


I've been seeing the pics with halos and been searching for them. thanks for the info on oracle and the how to get em in.

DominicanGus 09-13-2013 06:58 PM

I'm getting them in about a month! I have a Dark Green JK 2010 and YES, I want the green ones! And the fogs! Hey brother of the JK, your jeep looks great!

Jeep_Canada 10-05-2013 01:41 PM

It says the kit is for JK, but would they work for TJ since they basically use the same style light?

DannyBoy1025 10-08-2013 03:11 PM

You'd probably have to email them and ask them

landi jeep 10-13-2013 09:14 AM

Did you bake the headlights or use a heat gun? I'm 50/50 on halos that large. I like halos around the projectors, but will not be doing that for my retrofit.

DannyBoy1025 10-15-2013 07:15 AM

I baked them, I had to heat them up two or three times though


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