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Harbor Freight HID?

Saw these the other day. Not sure if they're worth trying. What do you think.


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Go for it ! Be the guinea pig. If they work they'll sell an ass load of um.
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Do they come with a money back guarantee? If so, "Be the guinea pig".

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Check out the Kragen HIDs. They are $100 and have a 7" reflector instead of the 9" but they are made by the same company. They also don't have the cheesy chrome plastic. The Kragen ones are black plastic with a glass lens and a red anodized aluminum bezel. They also have a clear lexan stone shield that covers the glass. CSK (which just added O'Reilly to the family, for the east coasters) also does free shipping from their website.

I got a pair for Christmas, but I'm waiting for my Shrockworks bumper to arrive to mount them.

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buy the kragen HIDs there awesome i had them ontop of my dakota and 80 mph bouncin off whoops they sitll work now there on the jeep
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dunno about those but they had HID headlight upgrades on closeout for $90 and upgraded a cheapo pair of off road lights with them and they rock!


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Check out the Kragen HIDs. They are $100 and have a 7" reflector instead of the 9" but they are made by the same company. They also don't have the cheesy chrome plastic. The Kragen ones are black plastic with a glass lens and a red anodized aluminum bezel. They also have a clear lexan stone shield that covers the glass. CSK (which just added O'Reilly to the family, for the east coasters) also does free shipping from their website.

I got a pair for Christmas, but I'm waiting for my Shrockworks bumper to arrive to mount them.
awesome find!

I was about to spend $200 for some daylighters because the Baja Designs HIDS were way out of my budget. These are perfect!
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Check out the Kragen HIDs. They are $100 and have a 7" reflector instead of the 9" but they are made by the same company. They also don't have the cheesy chrome plastic. The Kragen ones are black plastic with a glass lens and a red anodized aluminum bezel. They also have a clear lexan stone shield that covers the glass. CSK (which just added O'Reilly to the family, for the east coasters) also does free shipping from their website.

I got a pair for Christmas, but I'm waiting for my Shrockworks bumper to arrive to mount them.
Do you have a pt.#for the HIDs ? cant find sh*t on their website
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The part number is 99000csk from partsamerica.com.

Here is a thread on Expedition Portal thread discussing them (beam shots, dimensions, etc...)

http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...ad.php?t=14820

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The part number is 99000csk from partsamerica.com.

Here is a thread on Expedition Portal thread discussing them (beam shots, dimensions, etc...)

http://www.expeditionportal.com/foru...ad.php?t=14820
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