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looks good man!
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Looks very nice!

I'm looking to do something similar. I lost my high beams when I put in my HID headlights (not bi-xenon) and I agree with whisky that in the country they suck if you have them aimed down so as to not blind other drivers.

Think 55w lights would be bright enough to serve as my high beams? Or go for the 100w lights like 03whtEDGE?
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wow. thats a great setup in there. i like the scan guage and switch location.
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Wow that is a awesome setup. Those lights are bright as hell
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looks good man. I love my KCs they light up the night like a nuclear bomb lol
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That is a really nice, clean truck. The only thing I would change would be the HID headlights. I am just a fan of the incan color.
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That looks real good. Mind taking some pictures of where you mounted them under the hood and a shot into the grill area so we can get a better idea of how you mounted them? I may do this next and do a how to for it.
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Very nice! and very clean scanguage and switch install!
I think i may need some fog's for behind my grill, this site is getting expensive! haha
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Thanks guys!

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That looks real good. Mind taking some pictures of where you mounted them under the hood and a shot into the grill area so we can get a better idea of how you mounted them? I may do this next and do a how to for it.
I don't have my camera with me down at school but I will try and snap a few at home this weekend.
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That looks real good. Mind taking some pictures of where you mounted them under the hood and a shot into the grill area so we can get a better idea of how you mounted them? I may do this next and do a how to for it.
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ella-ella.html

pics from when i did mine
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Sweet lights!!! I love that set up!! wish i could do mine that way!!! NOW i wanna see more pics of that sexy truck!!!!! NOW!!!
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NOW i wanna see more pics of that sexy truck!!!!! NOW!!!
Me too!
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I'll ***** out a few more.

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I'll ***** out a few more.



I just jizzed in my pants!!!!
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