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Old 06-04-2010
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INPUT on HID's??

Soo I live in PA and I want to get HIDs for my truck I'm not sure what temp they are but I know I want the white colored ones for the headlights and the yellow (3000k?) for the fog lights ... Can anyone tell me about the legal aspects on these things let know
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dont do anything stupid and they wont pull you over lol they arent that bad man
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I personally don't like blinding other drivers on the road so I removed mine would I had my Ranger. Thats just me though...

Make sure you am them down from stock if you get them to try and reduce glare. Especially if you add a RCD and 35s.
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if your on 35's go with a 35watt kit and 6k tempeture. 8k has some blue to it and 6's are super white.
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How do I reduce the glare ?? And aiming them down would Be the first thing I would
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Theres no way to reduce the glare. The stock reflector headlights were not made for that amount of light output.
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Would that nightshade stuff work? I bought some to black out my tail lights maybe I could spray inside of the headlight lens? I don't know if that would be dumb to do, what you think??
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Yes that would be dumb to do
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Hahah alright well thanksfor the input man
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