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post #1 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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HID conversion

Is there a conversion kit for TJ that give you projector housings? I want to do them right!
I don't want to go h4 conversion and have the "splash" all over the place blinding people. Sorry if this is wrong place to post this
I'm new to the forum
Thanks for the help
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post #2 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 11:51 AM
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Is there a conversion kit for TJ that give you projector housings? I want to do them right!
I don't want to go h4 conversion and have the "splash" all over the place blinding people. Sorry if this is wrong place to post this
I'm new to the forum
Thanks for the help
-cheers
Go see this page on FB, He's part of the forum i just can remeber the Call sign

https://www.facebook.com/pages/HIDpr...ocation=stream


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post #3 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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Is that really my only option??? I seem a nice setup, looks almost what you would imagine OE would look like if they ever made TJ's with them lol
Those in that FB page are god awful looking
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It one of the more customizable options outthere...the one on the site are the "Flashier" models ...you can just opt for the bare-bones version


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post #5 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 02:00 PM
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I'm pretty sure there's a set out there. I can not type in the nick name of what they're called on this computer. It rymes with "Goobie Lights"...Search for it. I've seen them on here.
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Are you refering to Cibbie lights?


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post #7 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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I'll search for it

And yes basically just want a simple projector with HID hi/low, nothing fancy at all, no stupid devil eyes or cat eyes or lion eyes or whatever people are doing with their headlights these days
I keep my jeep simple and to the point lol

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post #8 of 43 Old 06-03-2013, 06:46 PM
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You can put down boobie lights

Rokmen TT, Rokmen control arms, Novak NV241 cable shifter, JKS 1.25" BL + 1" MML.

Anybody can take advice if it doesn't interfere with their plan.

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You can put down boobie lights
I would bet that he was at work and the IT guy might think he was talking about something very different.
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I would bet that he was at work and the IT guy might think he was talking about something very different.
Sure, didn't think of it in that way... at least the OP knows what to look for.

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Sure, didn't think of it in that way... at least the OP knows what to look for.
That's the most important part. I would have typed it out but I was at work as well when I saw it.

Oman has a set of these "boobie lights". They are XE7s and are made by company called xsighting systems. I can't find their website at this time however.
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Another option to consider is the Truck-Lite LED lights. Awesome lights except for driving in snow, they don't put out hardly any heat so they don't melt the snow off the lenses. I've got these and absolutely love them.

http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Lighting-Jee...pn=POI27270CK1#
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http://blackbirdlighting.com/H6024.php




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I had the "boobie" headlights for close to 7 years... unfortunately they're discontinued now. They were made by a company called Xsighting with the parent company Valeo Sylvania - a big OEM supplier. When the economy crisis hit, Xsighting was shut down.


I just recently changed to the JW Speaker headlights - which have a much flatter factory-like appearance. They are LED not HID, and are really bright with a great beam pattern.

Here it is with the "boobie" lights:





And here's the JW Speaker Lights (although mine are Harley Branded, they are made by JW speaker and just take a bit of cutting to make them fit, but at least I could buy them locally )








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The Oman jeep, that **** is sick

Buddy of mine did the HIDProjector deal, but the understated version without all the halo crap. He painted his inner shroud to match body color, but everything else in there is black. They look and work fantastic, but he had all kinds of nightmares with them...they got some bad plastic that melted from an American supplier, then went back to their chineze source for the good stuff
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