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Old 12-24-2011
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no.. build your own wiring kit to save money. relay = 3 bucks, wire = few more bucks, not sure. use this:
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ok looks easy and my dad has a ton of wire and stuff laying around and he is really good with electrical. will prob look in to diy more then buying one thanks.
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its really easy. and thats the same way hella kits come prewired.
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oh nice if hella does it then its got to work right
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plus i can vouch for it, it works.
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well no one on here has ever led me wrong so im gunna have to go with im doing it
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Idk about ddm with a good rep. My hid kit I bought from them caught the harness on fire and them my coolant resevoir melted. They wouldn't replace it even with the lifetime warranty. Just my 2 cents. And I just bought the rigid industries duallys today and they are brighter than my hellas with hid conversion.
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6" Off-Road Light System thinking about getting these they have good reviews and everything so thinking pop these behind the grill anyone with thoughts.?
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They won't be the best lights being they are $10 but they will work.
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