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post #16 of 31 Old 12-23-2016, 04:10 PM Thread Starter
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What about the fellas with square lights?
Take a look at our site and see if there is something that would work for you. Unless you want to do some customization from square to circular lights.

WE will add this into our product R&D if there is enough request for this product. What is the exact size that you have?



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post #17 of 31 Old 12-23-2016, 04:46 PM
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This headlight measures 7-7/8" wide x 5-5/8" tall and features a three prong connector to plug into your factory headlight wiring.

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Take a look at our site and see if there is something that would work for you. Unless you want to do some customization from square to circular lights.

WE will add this into our product R&D if there is enough request for this product. What is the exact size that you have?
You could probably find a market for the square lights in older trucks too like the square body chevy trucks. I know there are a lot of those that are starting to get restored these days.

You may also want to look at marketing the round headlights to the classic car guys, I haven't checked but I'd bet the round headlights are the same ones in my 73 Oldsmobile too. I'd guess they would like the same ones that I do that have a more classic appearance with the reflector. Looks mean a lot in the classic car world.


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You could probably find a market for the square lights in older trucks too like the square body chevy trucks. I know there are a lot of those that are starting to get restored these days.

You may also want to look at marketing the round headlights to the classic car guys, I haven't checked but I'd bet the round headlights are the same ones in my 73 Oldsmobile too. I'd guess they would like the same ones that I do that have a more classic appearance with the reflector. Looks mean a lot in the classic car world.
You are right. I believe it would fit as well. Want to test them out for us on you classic? WE do need someone to work with our reflector ones.


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You are right. I believe it would fit as well. Want to test them out for us on you classic? WE do need someone to work with our reflector ones.
I could, but it has been on jack stands for a while now. Something about a lot of hard passes destroying 2nd gear in the TH350 transmission, it didn't like 3 years of drag racing abuse. haha, then this Jeep thing happened, can only fill one money pit at a time.

I could thrown them in it though to make sure they fit if you like and then put them back in the Jeep that see's the streets on the regular.


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I'd be happy to try out any squares you want to R&D.

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You are right. I believe it would fit as well. Want to test them out for us on you classic? WE do need someone to work with our reflector ones.
I have a 70 C10 that could use upgraded lights I can trial for you!
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Any news on this, I'd still like to get my hands on a pair.


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Any news on this, I'd still like to get my hands on a pair.
He told me to send him an email with my information, but didn't give me an email address. I sent him a PM back asking for the email but no response. Not sure what's up.

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He told me to send him an email with my information, but didn't give me an email address. I sent him a PM back asking for the email but no response. Not sure what's up.
Sorry guys a few have been selected and I was out all week with a fever. My apology because of these crazy weather. Texas i replied to you earlier for my email. Thanks bud!


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Glad you're feeling better, email inbound.

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Install & Review complete

Hey all... I just got these lights installed and took a stab at an install/review video on youtube. I attached the link in case you're interested in checking it out. There is a code in the video description that can be used for a discount on the HIDextra website if you'd like to purchase.

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I realize I am late to the party... interested too, but do you have complementary fog lights too?

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I realize I am late to the party... interested too, but do you have complementary fog lights too?
Hey! what kind of fogs are you looking for?


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