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  1. #11


    Where did you get the hi watt lights?

  2. #12

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Red Wing, Minnesota, United States


    I did this on the beast I used a KC Lights kit, very easy to install and have had it on now for 3 years, never a problem
    99 K1500 Suburban LT "THE BEAST"
    Hypertech III, K&N, true dual

  3. #13


    i bought mine from ebay just type in 100 watt 9005 lights or 9006 lights .i think i also typed in 2000 silverado lights i paid about 12.00 for the set .bought 2 sets as a spare

  4. #14
    Jr. Apprentice 87R10's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    Tower City, PA


    Quote Originally Posted by TritonBoulder47 View Post
    I did this as well... And LOVE every minute of it... Plus I have a couple extra lights... LoL

    WHACKER! lol, j/k nice avalanche!, should go with a different setup, like a flat bar LED
    A total of 16 forward facing white lights... Plus the 4 in the grill flash... LoL

    WHACKER! LOL, j/k, nice Avalanche, should go with an LED flat bar, looks more low key ;)
    Nathan - PA
    2007 Saturn Ion
    (soon) 1987 Chevy R10

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    Master Mechanic TritonBoulder47's Avatar
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    Nov 2009
    Tunkhannock, PA (North East)


    Quote Originally Posted by 87R10 View Post
    WHACKER! LOL, j/k, nice Avalanche, should go with an LED flat bar, looks more low key ;)
    I never disputed that... LoL And if I had the money, there would be a fully populated LFL in the roof...

    Tim a.k.a. Da' Boulder

    2003 Chevrolet Avalanche Z71 - Custom Emergency Response POV

    Firefighter, Fire Policeman, Ambulance Driver, Rescue Tech, Emergency Lighting Installer

    Tint, 20's, Bull Bar, Intake, Exhaust, Billet Grill, Stereo, Custom Console, Emergency Equipment, and the list goes on...

  6. #16


    Does anyone know if that pdf file on how to use all lights at one time works for silverado? it says its for avalanche but im pretty sure they have the same fuse block. PLease help!
    '07 Chevy Silverado Classic

    -K&N Intake
    -Air Raid Throttle Body Spacer
    -Thrush Muffler
    -Bully Dog Triple GT Programmer
    5.3L V8
    -3" Spindle Lift
    -Blacked Out Rims
    -Blacked Out Taillights
    -2 Kicker CVT 12s
    -Rockford Fosgate 6.5"
    -500 Alpine Mono Block
    -Pioneer 6.5" Touch Screen
    -2 Boss Tweeters
    -3.73 gears

  7. #17


    yep...i have a sierra classic...pretty much a silverado...the fuse block was the same for me...i love my bright lights now...i don't know if everyone else does though...;) good luck!
    Mike - SoCal

    07 Sierra 1500HD
    Ultra Mammoth Wheels 17x8
    Nitto Terra Grapplers - 305/70/17
    Line-X Bedliner and Wheel Wells
    NFab Nerf bars
    CST 4" Spindle lift

    08 Hybrid Tahoe - wifey's ride
    McGaughy's 2/3 drop kit
    22x9.5 Tyfun Wheels
    Nexen Roadians 285/45/22

  8. #18


    Ya I just did that this past weekend and I love it. My HIDs light shiiiiiiiit up!

  9. #19


    i have a couple of 130 watt h3 bulb square driving lights from back in the day /this will be the second truck of mine that they are going on with a seperate relay and switch with the quad head light kit 100 watt bulbs in both high and low beam and two 130 driving light that is more than enough for me

  10. #20


    Quote Originally Posted by bronx boy View Post
    i just thought that 400 watts ho head lights might be a bit too much for the system to handle
    Quote Originally Posted by ElbowJoe View Post
    I have a 2003 Suburban and wanted to do this mod as well. I researched Mr. Tailight and found several negative comments about trying to get a phone reply from this co. I also tried to contact via phone - both during regular business hours and after and was not successful so I decided to go another route. I found a simple and easy conversion method using only diodes and shrink wrap that can be purchased from Radio Shack. Total cost for a DIY conversion was in the neighborhood of $5.00 or so and I could not be more happy with the result.

    I did the conversion about a year ago and have been enjoying the use of HI/LOW/FOG/DRL at all the same time. So far no negative issues. What a difference this has made at night!

    Here is a link in case you are interested in trying this:

    Good luck!
    I hope you guys are using relays for the headlights. Running 400 watts through the stock wiring is going to toast your headlight and dimmer switches if you're lucky. Worst case - burn the truck down.
    When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras.

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