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tminor 01-07-2013 12:48 AM

Projector Headlights
 
I've been wanting to put some projector headlights on my 97 1500, but I am so confused on what all I'll need to to the whole swap. I keep seeing LED, CCFL, yadda yadda, but I have no clue what the difference is between all of them. As long as the light output doesn't turn blue, I have no preference into which one I'd go with/how bright I'd go.

I'd really appreciate some pics if you've got em, and part numbers/websites included with those would be like gold!

TVL 01-07-2013 01:06 AM

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Originally Posted by tminor (Post 977511)
I've been wanting to put some projector headlights on my 97 1500, but I am so confused on what all I'll need to to the whole swap. I keep seeing LED, CCFL, yadda yadda, but I have no clue what the difference is between all of them. As long as the light output doesn't turn blue, I have no preference into which one I'd go with/how bright I'd go.

I'd really appreciate some pics if you've got em, and part numbers/websites included with those would be like gold!

I ordered projectors from protuninglab.com

They have complete housings for your vehicle with or without HID's (high intensity discharge) installed. Many colors and options. Read through what they have and you will understand better what is what. If you don't want blue, stay under 6000K, some would say stay under 8000K. They show you the difference on the Protuninglab.com website.

There are other places you can check out too. Just google what you are looking for and research, research, research. Do a search on this site to see what people are saying about it.
My headlights are coming this week and hopefully I can get them installed as soon as they get here!

tminor 01-07-2013 07:30 PM

greatly appreciated! i haven't heard of this site yet, so i'll definitely give it a look. good luck with your lights!


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