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Conversation Between Bordin and Rise Captain
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  1. Rise Captain
    10-12-2011 07:51 PM
    Rise Captain
    As long as its worth it.. I don't mind paying a good price for them.. I'm just a little nervous on the halo/LED wiring and splicing.. Just because everything works good now.. I don't want to ruin anything.. My last ram I through some HIDs in and eventually they stopped working and I had all these issues with the lights then finally had to pay to go back to new stock lights.. Same with cutting this 1" hole in the back of the headlight for the HIDs so if I wanted to go back to stock due to problems with the HIDs i'm going to have to make adjustments to the housing
  2. Bordin
    10-12-2011 12:40 PM
    Im just giving my opinion, projectors aren't cheap thats the thing.

    But yes the projects do require the HI bulb, when you order the projectors it will say what bulbs are needed anyways.

    I wouldn't go back to the stock lights at all anymore, after seeing what I got now. Its hard too

    Its just the money factor that comes into account. For a set of recon projectors its around 500$ and the spyders are like 300$
  3. Rise Captain
    10-12-2011 11:32 AM
    Rise Captain
    Thats the thread.. Thx..

    So I really should go with some projectors your saying ?.. I think I will then.. Then I would need to change the low bulb to an H1 correct ?
  4. Bordin
    10-12-2011 09:43 AM
    Heres the stock quad headlamp with hid thread

    And to be 100% honest, I don't use my high beams with these projectors. I have them aimed a touch high and I can see for ages.
    Don't get me wrong I get flashed MILLIONS of times by other people, but what can I do they are my low beams.
    I just feed them the highs and they get the point and shut theres off.

    But the projectors were worth the money, especially up north here. The HIDS are incredible I would never go back to stock halogen
  5. Rise Captain
    10-12-2011 09:21 AM
    Rise Captain
    Could you please actually post the thread where you install them to the stock quad housings.. I haven't decided whether or not to get the projectors.. Is the light output a large difference between the HIDs in the stock lights and the HIDs in the projectors ? any help would be great Justin!
  6. Bordin
    10-12-2011 09:01 AM
    Here's my projector install thread man
  7. Rise Captain
    10-11-2011 12:54 PM
    Rise Captain
    Thanks alot J.. I'll post a thread of the HID's install.. I'll give a shout out to you
  8. Bordin
    10-11-2011 12:52 PM
    Thats correct the grommets come with the harness ran threw it already. Once its all laid out, fairly simple install
  9. Rise Captain
    10-11-2011 12:50 PM
    Rise Captain
    Alright 1" double check it though.. got it!.. Thx alot buddy

    Those rubber pieces come with it correct ?
  10. Bordin
    10-11-2011 12:46 PM
    Thanks for the info, might be my trucks christmas present ha

    But to install the rubber grommets in the back of the stock housing. You just need a 1" wood drill bit. Shove her in the centre and take your time... if you rush it you will crack the plastic cover.
    Size the bit up to your rubber grommets first to make sure the hole won't be too large. I am 99% sure It was a 1" bit. But just double check.

    Remember to seal those grommets too, you don't want any moisture getting in your headlamp, than it just causes problems and looks like crap.

    Just send a pm if you got any more questions, well when your over the 25 post mark lol

    Have a good one


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