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Old 07-27-2006
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Anyone have these headlights?

Ebay headlights

It says direct fit, but wtf is that Halo ring for and whats all that wiring behind it?
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the halo ring is just tryng to be like the BMWs with the angle eyes...

im not sure about the wires though, because for some reason theres two lights inside the headlight when theres only supposed to be 1...
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no but they look cool
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I think Aaron has a set like those.. I just have clear ones on my truck
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Heey how'd you know i have those. You sold em to me didnt ya, i probably forgot.

Yah assuming they're the same thing( i cant see pics from work) the halo is seperately wired in using a simple switch(and if you're cool like me, no fuse and a fire extinguisher in the back seat) and some wire. The halos look freakin sweet if i park it and walk away, it looks like the truck is sortof glaring at you. You can't drive down the road with halos and headlights on though, or at least i couldnt see them on my truck.

As to the wiring harness, it plugs in pretty simply to the stock harness, but i secured mine with zip ties because my right headlight kept blinking out. I had to tighten all the connections

Aaron
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Nope, you posted a pic of your truck a few weeks ago and i remembered
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the seccond bulb is the high i belive they have 2 seprate bulbs instead of one. i think i was looking into getting them when i was looking.
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Old 07-28-2006
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Aaron, do you have to plug in the halo ring, or can you just leave it alone and the headlight itself still work?

edit: and does it come with instructions to hook the halos up correctly?

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You can leave the halo ring unhooked. Also instructions aren't needed. Basically run a 12 volt hot wire to the cab with an inline fuse, put a switch on, mount the switch. Then run a wire from that switch back out to the halos, and hook that wire to the postive. then run a negative wire from the halos to a ground. It's really really really simple.

I bought mine from another member on this site. I didn't get instructions and managed to do it.

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sweet..... I have a feeling I know what im buying after I get my truck back from the shop.
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