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Old 03-19-2010
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HID heads and fogs

i want to start putting some HID's in the truck I'm thinking 6000k 35w, will the stock headlight and fog light wiring harnesses be able to support that if not what needs to be changed. also i want to add rear under bed lights and back rack lights but i don't want to splice any wires so I'll have to hook them directly to the battery how would a wire setup like that look.

as a side project i'm wondering if i can install either hid's or another high output bulb in the stock reverse light housing, without cutting to much.
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