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Default Anyone else with a 6" lift blinding people?

I constantly get people hitting me with the brights thinking my are on. Any way to drop the aim of the low beams?
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it's tough with that much lift but if you look straight into the headlight(with it off), you will see adjusting screws, 1 for vertical and 1 for horizontal. to do it properly though you shuold have an alignment rig, however if pull up to a door or wall and mark your beams on it you can lower them and watch how far you are turning them down.
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by the way, kick a** looking truck!
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Thanks. Gotta lower these beams a little. As the people pass, I can see right into the front seat and they are getting blinded. Damn guys and their lifter truck!
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i can imagine. i leveled mine and was getting brighted.
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Sorry, I lied a little. With your model truck there is only a vertical adjustment screw, no horizontal. it is located on the inboard side of the headlight assembly.
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Pop your hood and look on your fender, you should see 2 holes and one of them has a arrow pointing to it, you can look down that hole and see the screw, I am not sure if its the same as my 09 but you can either use a 7mm socket or a T20 torx bit will work.

I did this with my projectors like 5 times to get it right where I want it!
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