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all in one 360 degree bulbs install

I need some help on which All In One 360 Degree bulb selection. My Son-in-Law has them on his Chevy high beams and they are really bright. I live in the mountains and deer, plus twisty roads, need good lights. My 2014 2500 Big Horn lacks in that department. I started looking for these lights and now I am really confused. Which sockets should I be buying for my truck.

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Never heard of them but I need some good hi beam bulbs as well. I have projectors that I converted to a quality HID setup but don't really want to do a second HID for hi beams. Do u have a link?


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I just bought Morrimoto HID'S for low having projectors. I upgraded to LED a while back and they are almost has bad as stock. But I have the same in my his and they are awesome and super bright.

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I found them on Ebay, but Amazon has them also. Use the search "All in One 360 degree bulb".

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I just bought Morrimoto HID'S for low having projectors. I upgraded to LED a while back and they are almost has bad as stock. But I have the same in my his and they are awesome and super bright.

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I have Morimoto as well. U have them in your high beams too?

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God no! It would be sweet, but I have Putco LEDS same as my lows right now. I have been dreading installing them. I had the same in 14 Sierra, which rocked!

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What the question really is: what type of bases do I have for the bulbs to go in. I didn't make that clear, I'm sorry. They keep referencing these different bases and I'm not sure which applies to my 2014 2500 Big Horn.


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Sorry, confused by bases.. it's been long morning already..lol...

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What the question really is: what type of bases do I have for the bulbs to go in. I didn't make that clear, I'm sorry. They keep referencing these different bases and I'm not sure which applies to my 2014 2500 Big Horn.


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Do you have projectors or quad headlights? I think these guys sell LED as well. They have good fitment guides that will tell you what bases to get. They have good tech support too. http://shop.retroshop.us/default.asp

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My bad.. No I have the projector lights. My up fitter upgraded mine while he was doing add-ons to it right after I bought it. He sold me on the Putco LEDS in the lights. They work great for his, but the lows suck. After talking to VLEDS, he was telling me that Ram has some kind of flapper in the light which makes the lighting dimmer in the projectors. So he suggested upgrading to the Morimoto HID 5k with 55 ballast. I'm just not looking forward to doing it, and they have been in my tool box for about 2 months....

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My bad.. No I have the projector lights. My up fitter upgraded mine while he was doing add-ons to it right after I bought it. He sold me on the Putco LEDS in the lights. They work great for his, but the lows suck. After talking to VLEDS, he was telling me that Ram has some kind of flapper in the light which makes the lighting dimmer in the projectors. So he suggested upgrading to the Morimoto HID 5k with 55 ballast. I'm just not looking forward to doing it, and they have been in my tool box for about 2 months....

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I can almost do that job with my eyes closed now. I cant) tell you how many times I've had my headlights out.I replaced my factory headlights with TYC oem.shocks style. They have better cutoff than the OEM believe it or not.
It's an easier job than u think.
All I needed for my 13 was the resistors, not the whole wiring harness. You need to drill the low beam bulb rear cap. That's the most involved part about the install. The ballast will actually fit inside the headlight housing and there is room to just drop the ballast below the headlight in the void you will see when the headlight is out.

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I'm sorry, but I have no idea what you folks are trying to tell me. Forgive me, but at 72 years old, all I wanted was a plug and play increase for my high beams brightness.

I guess I'm out of my league in this headlight stuff. But I appreciate you all trying to help me.

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