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post #1 of 5 Old 10-29-2008, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Hid headlight bulbs

Hey was wondering where people get their hid bulbs at. I bought that lame-o set from Hid solutions or whatever that ****s name was and already have a blown bulb after about 2 months use. And my car only has 6,000 miles on it so yeah they are hardly used.
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Re: Hid headlight bulbs

I have used SilverStars with good Success.

3 years and still working (? sold the vehicle 2 week ago) in a 03 SporTrac.
1.5 years and still working in a 05 Mustang.
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Re: Hid headlight bulbs

retro solutions have good stuff...no more hid questions now.

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Re: Hid headlight bulbs

for my magnum i got a set of 55w 6000k hids for my low beams (9006). fogs coming in the spring. i got the kit from dabears2k (http://www.dabears2k.com/). lifetime warranty, including bulbs, for $110. now they're selling that kit for $90. the high/low lights are more expensive though. i'm super happy with mine. EXTREMELY bright. awesome customer service too. i'd recommend.


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Re: Hid headlight bulbs

I have 2 8000K bulbs I will sell you. PM me $40.00 for the set.

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