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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-25-2009, 01:58 AM Thread Starter
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Simple New Headlight Look for Me~

Interesting how some new headlights with a different color create such a different look from the stock originals. I bought these off of EBAY, their the same as teh stock except for everything being black. i had to get new headlight housing cuz my stocks were going bad but I didnt wanna spend more than necessary since I already have an Xenon HID kit installed, just needed new housing. check it out. my balt' is finally getting to where i've wanted it at, next i'll be FINALLY nightshading the tails, but not to dark, just a light tint for now.

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They look really good. I want new ones, but money is tight, so I'm gonna have to fix mine. I already painted the things black a year ago, but my lense is going bad. Looks like it got sand blasted.
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looks great man. I just painted my stockers black. But i have to reseal them and heck yea it looks %100 better....lol




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Awesome. It may be simple, but it looks good.

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nice - it makes big deifference in your car appearence.


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Looks awesome man!
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damn dude. lemme guess, they were 112 buy it now, around 150 shipped? i was looking into them alott. how do you liek them?

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nice.... i likie



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damn dude. lemme guess, they were 112 buy it now, around 150 shipped? i was looking into them alott. how do you liek them?
yup, thats the same ones, shipped within a week, I was able to pull the stock ones out nd put these in within an hour and half, i didnt know what I was doing so took a bit longer but their the same at the stock's so no modification required. fit the same and all, and they look hella good just for the only difference being the color, and the clear cover on the front looks different, might just be cuz their so new.
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