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OffRDer 06-12-2007 05:58 PM

Projector, Angel Eyes, and HIDS Under $200???
 
Anyone looking for Hid Headlights for TJS, and NOT wanting to spend $400-$600 on headlights, they sell some stuff on ebay!!!! they sell complete replacent headlights with angel eyes and projectors in them on ebay for $30 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/97-98...QQcmdZViewItem And since it changes your lights to H4 you can buy a complete Xenon kit of ebay as well for $105 with free shipping http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/XENON...QQcmdZViewItem I HAVE USED THIS SELLER TWICE BEFORE VERY GOOD SELLER!.....Im just not sure of the headlight quality..Anyone else know?

JCS05Rubi 06-12-2007 07:17 PM

30 bucks for a projector kit? I bet the first time you get some water hitting your headlights from a creek, youll regret spending that little on the lenses :D

Now, I am one to believe laws are stupid and you should do what ya want etc. etc. BUT....!!

Those lenses are NOT made for HIDs!! Those lenses are going to blind the ever living poo out of anyone coming towards you, unless you aim them so low its worthless. Now, blinding others may not seem like a huge issue to you, untill a fully loaded semi gets blinded and is heading your way... Then you may want to rethink your choice!

With that said, it is your choice, and I have no personal experience with that seller or their products. All I know for sure, is that any credible HID kit that I have seen for a TJ includes the "boobie" style headlight lenses to keep from blinding oncoming traffic.

my .02

OffRDer 06-13-2007 06:22 AM

^^^^I completely agree with NOT blinding oncoming traffic'ers, but maybe some people just dont care and would rather have an affordable HID headlights...I wasnt telling anyone to "go buy these" just showing people whats available....plus i dont think the people with 4 or more headlights need HIDs anyway!!!! :evil2:

erickpl 06-13-2007 07:47 AM

OffRDer, are you by chance the guy selling those HID's?

mrbigjeep 06-13-2007 09:27 AM

:rofl:

erickpl 06-13-2007 10:15 AM

If I am doing HID's, I'm NOT going to cheap out on it. Lights are kinda essential at night and I don't want to lose that when driving at night.

My 2002 BMW E46 had a computer failure that killed the interior dash and lighting, but the headlights continued to work, thankfully, while I drove down 138 (Pearblossom Highway) near Palmdale, CA while coming back from Ontario. Not fun.

Some things on a vehicle I may cheap out on, but safety items and essentials are not in that list.

mrbigjeep 06-13-2007 04:45 PM

i agree.

Odd is he 06-13-2007 07:27 PM

I was looking for H4 conversion kits, but i cant seem to find any other $80 besides on ebay.

I say go for it. Im gonna do the swap in my YJ

Also for the hids, check out this site http://xenon-hid-usa.com/default.aspx Lots of cool stuff on their

OffRDer 06-15-2007 07:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by erickpl (Post 91339)
OffRDer, are you by chance the guy selling those HID's?


HAHAHA Thats great, no, i wish i was tho he making a fortune..I've bought 3 different sets of HIDS from him, my 97 tib, my bros 01 M COupe and my dads 03 Santa Fe, the quality is great, not a single problem with any of them...and there bright as hell!!

mrbigjeep 06-15-2007 09:04 PM

so why r u asking about the quality?

maybe i misread something.


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