OPT7 lights

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  1. SitKneelBend

    SitKneelBend Senior Member

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    Here is the video. It starts with:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAVvvZ_leVA


    1. NON-OPT7 LED headlights only

    2. Then at 3 seconds NON-OPT7 headlights with Philips Crystal Vision Ultra High Beams

    3. Then at 7 seconds NON-OPT7 headlights with Philips Crystal Vision Ultra High Beams and Lund Bull Bar with integrated LED (no yellow film applied on the LED bar at this time).

    4. Then at 18 seconds NON-OPT7 headlights with Morimoto LED Fog lights (yellow film applied).

    5. Then at 26 seconds NON-OPT7 headlights with, Lund Bull Bar with integrated LED (no yellow film applied on the LED bar at this time) and Morimoto LED Fog lights (yellow film applied).

    Then I just kind of cycle through things...
     
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  2. Saseacasea

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    I love my opt 7 lights. I have them for both low beams and fog lights. I have had both for about a year and a half and they are awesome!! Beautiful bright blueish white light.
     

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    So which ones are you guys installing?

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    Or

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    Get dust cover extenders for a couple bucks, or look for led bulbs with the braided mesh instead of fans.
     
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    Where can you buy dust cover extenders??
     
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    I know trs has em but im sure you can find them eslewhere too
     
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    Cruizer 4th GEN Site MOD Super Moderator

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    Those are HID's. This is a discussion about LED's.
     
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    Ok so same concept but les ballasts instead of the HID. Does anyone have a link to the ones being used? Just got a set of OEM Quads for my 2009 and want to put these in for at least the low beam and maybe high as well.


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    I went with the OPT7 FluxBeams. I posted a few threads up about my experience. It wasn't ideal, but I'm happy with the light output I'm getting. I've never seen this clearly at night with my truck.

    They don't say on their website that those lights work with our trucks, but if you're willing to do a little work, they do.
     

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