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Hey guys!

Any site or dealer that you recommend for HIDs... I usually deal with V-LEDS but they are back ordered and i'd like to get a set sooner rather than later. Looking for 6k white.

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I've had pretty good luck with HIDeXtra.com. Get the relay harness for the lows as well as a capacitor harness (fogs are plug-n-play). I needed the caps for my '11 but didn't for the '09 I had before (same exact lights/ballasts).
 

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Ive had DDM tuning 5k heads/fogs installed for over a year with no problems :D

I recommend them!
 

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I've had pretty good luck with HIDeXtra.com. Get the relay harness for the lows as well as a capacitor harness (fogs are plug-n-play). I needed the caps for my '11 but didn't for the '09 I had before (same exact lights/ballasts).
what do you meen by caps? (is it capacitor)

also i have the same kit as your, did you re-aligne anything or re adjuste the lights??

i have no problem, but some guys on this forum with other kits says to re aligne the lights???
 

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what do you meen by caps? (is it capacitor)

also i have the same kit as your, did you re-aligne anything or re adjuste the lights??

i have no problem, but some guys on this forum with other kits says to re aligne the lights???
Sorry - "caps" = Capacitors

No, I didn't re-align anything (got lucky with the factory alignment) but I did check the alignment (of the lights). Park about 25-30 feet in front of your garage door or a large wall with your lights on. Measure from the ground to the top of the headlamp (at your bumper). Now measure from the ground to the top of the light beam (cut-off line) on the wall. You want the second measurement to be about 2-3" less than what is measured @ the truck.
 

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Sorry - "caps" = Capacitors

No, I didn't re-align anything (got lucky with the factory alignment) but I did check the alignment (of the lights). Park about 25-30 feet in front of your garage door or a large wall with your lights on. Measure from the ground to the top of the headlamp (at your bumper). Now measure from the ground to the top of the light beam (cut-off line) on the wall. You want the second measurement to be about 2-3" less than what is measured @ the truck.
okay thanks

so if its not on right

then you adjust it? how to you do that? i only see one srew that could be a adjustment near the back off the low beams
 

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retro solutions hands down bud
 
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