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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 08-19-2009, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Question HID's in stock headlights???

i really wanna keep my stockers but i want hid's. can this be done safely? or do i need to modify it a little?

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well if you don't care what people think, go for it. its got a lot of glare
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a lot of glare....how could i possibly get rid of it?

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replace the assembly. if u just run em in the highs its fine cause it wont blind anyone
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moved to interior/exterior styling.
sorry idk jack about hid's.
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09-Cobalt-lt sorry but what exactly do you mean?

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basically the reflector that shines the light forward cause a lot of glare if used with hids so it's harder on other drivers. if you run a high end halogen for the lows ur ok and then go hids for the high beams where it won't be in anyones eyes
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but 9007 bulbs are both hi's and low's

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so what you're saying is to have two different bulbs? how is that possible? i'm so sorry i just can't seem to understand what your saying... :shy:

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honestly im blinded by hids on stock headlights all the time. by trucks ,300c, maximas. everything so just go ahead and do it if ya want. its been discussed 10000000000000000000000000000000 times.

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