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Hi, my name is David I just bought a 08 Pro4X crew cab about less than a month ago for 8k off msrp, I did thought about Tundra but couldnt find a good deal on one, also I have a question if anyone did any HID upgrade on their headlights? Please let me know if there is any problems with this upgrade.
 

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Hey I am fairly new to the forum also, welcome. There is a lot of info on here and what you can't find someone will chip in to help. Your best friend here is on the home page, on the right you will see a search function. It doesn't work with three letter searches (like HID) but if you play around you can usually find what you are looking for. I put a link to another thread with pictures of a member that did the conversion you are talking about. If the info in the link doesn't help, you may want to send him a PM. Everone seems really helpful around here. Again, welcome to the site.





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Welcome, some have done the HID upgrade so maybe they will chime in. Like stated, a lot of good helpful guys around here.
 

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Welcome and congrats on the new truck! I, as well as may others here, have the HID upgrade on their trucks. Do a search for HID, there are many threads about them as well as many different companies. Ebay is the easiest way to find them.
 

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If you do go with the eBay HIDs, my advise to you is to buy an upgraded wiring harness with relays. They may be fine at first, but after a year or two they ballasts usually act up. Mine just started.

-Cyrus
 

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Vyrus said:
If you do go with the eBay HIDs, my advise to you is to buy an upgraded wiring harness with relays. They may be fine at first, but after a year or two they ballasts usually act up. Mine just started.

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You got a crappy set then. The wiring harness can more than handle HIDs since they use less power than the stock halogens. The short burst of power used to light HIDs is made in the ballasts and never draws more than the operating voltage through the stock harness. Now that's with a true plug-n-play HID system. Not sure what you're using.
 
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