Adjusting the beam up and down only requires a turn of a hex bolt that is right on the top of the housing. just make sure when you're cranking on it that your stroke is the same each time so you know many times you turned the one side so you can replicate it on the other side. walk in the park. please let us know if you have the same "high beams in the trees" problem that I do.
Also, I was thinking about you guys driving home last night... not only do HID's put out a ton more light, because of the spectrum of light output, they illuminate reflective items to the point that they almost glow. So, on a dark steet where someone is walking with reflective pieces on their shoes (which most running shoes have these days), or a reflective dog collar for instance, the reflective stuff looks like laser beams when hit with HID light. Its incredible. Same holds true for reflective stripes on police and fire trucks, and especially the DOT certified red and white stripes that you see on every 18 wheeler on the road... those strips glow when hit by HID, upping the safety factor exponentially, especially in the rain or fog or hazy evenings. Honestly, other than Kleenwheels (which I cover in another post), HID's are a mod that I will do on every car that I ever buy in the future, especially my children's cars, for the reasons above. I don't care if my child has a beater when they turn 16, it will have HID's for sure. Thanks.
'07 GC CRD Limited - OEM 08 HID's - OEM 08 Chrome 18" Wheels - 265/60-18 Bridgestone Revo 2s - Valentine 1 - Weathertech Cargo Liner & Mats - UConnect - PIAA 1000 Driving Lights - Garmin 750 - Cargo Area LEDs - Mopar Remote Start - HID fogs
Last edited by bobholthaus; 07-22-2007 at 10:47 AM.