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Old 01-12-2010
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look at DDM tuning
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Get it from DDM. Good price and lots of luck with them.
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yeah. you could buy that kit from ebay. and yeah it'll probably work. but who knows how long. who knows how good hte product is.

i'd also go DDMtuning

thats where i just bought mine from. shipping is very quick. i bought some for a friend as a gift 3 days ago and they will be at my door tomorrow.

mine are taking longer because they are backordered
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I have ebay kit in my heads and so far there great. I have 5K's with low only. $50 you cant beat it. I paid $0 for my fogs and there junk! get radio static when turned on, blew 2 bulbs already. Actually just sent them an email asking for a full refund.
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this kit all i need?

http://www.ddmtuning.com/index.php?p...=101&parent=85

i'm thinking 55w, 9007 hi/lo 6000k $80?
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yup thats it

i went 55w hi-low 8000k
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I have the 35w hi/lo kit, you don't really need the 55w kit the 35w put out enough light
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i'll pay the extra $10, i like to see what's up...
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get 35's, 55's get a lot hotter, heard some horrors stories of melted housings. 55's will wash out the blue tint so they will be more of a pure white
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