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Old 01-19-2007
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My New Nokya 7000K 9007's,,


New and Stock:

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New and Wet:


Got the lights off of eBay from autodynasty $19.98 Total with Shipping,,

They are nice, bright, and blue..
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Looks good if you like the blue.
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wow man def like that alot. might have to get me some of them suckers. looks good
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Lookin good..

I like the blue headlights
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Ive got those, I also have them in my fogs to, but I didnt have the damn things on when I took the pic lol.


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not bad.....!
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just be careful man..

ive heard bad things from them..gettin to hot and melting the plastic connector and stuff
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Mine are stock wattage, and have been there since the truck was almost new.
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Looks good...BUT.

Keep checking the 'plug' it'll fry it after while & you'll have to replace it.

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Looks good...BUT.

Keep checking the 'plug' it'll fry it after while & you'll have to replace it.

Brenton
How much is it to replace?

The blue is gonna take some getting use too,,
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You guys are funny!
I sell light bulbs all day long at work.
Anything from an H1 to a 9007
As well as HID kits.
The fact of the light being blue, has nothing to do with your harness.
They make these SuperWhite [blue] bulbs in a 55/65 Watt as well as a 100 Watt.
After about 15000 miles with the 100 Watt bulbs of normal use, you may fry your wiring harness. Stock watts, you will be fine.

I can get them rediculously cheap through work.

As well as many more parts.

If you are interested give the shop a call.

503/362-1326

Ask for Jeramy




I also have Super White bulbs in my 100 watt offroad lights, but these lights are made with a special wiring harness with certain relays so that they do not fry your wiring.

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I have had no luck with Xenon bulbs. They have always burnt out on me. After seeing the difference on your truck though, I do want to give them another shot.
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i like my old lumincs pure blues i use to have. i swapped them with my friend with silverstars because the jeep is gettin traded soon
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I took them out.. in the rain it was like they werent even on,,
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I took them out.. in the rain it was like they werent even on,,

yup knew that was comin also..
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blue headlights: not good when raining out.
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i have them in my fogs just so it matched my HID's and i cant tell there on becasue the HID cancels it out but it almost matches the hids so i keep them on.

if u want really good light very bright get a wireharness from summitracing and a set of PIAA Xtream Whites. you will love them look good and very bring in all conditions,
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The plug you can get 2 for like $10. I don't know why, but it like starts to smell like the plastic melting & when you take the plug out, it's burnt.

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