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quad headlight kit installed

Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Accessories' started by bronx boy, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. bronx boy

    bronx boy New Member

    i just installed the mr tailight hi/lo beam kit on my 2000 silverado 1500.i have 100 watt bulbs in both hi and lo beams .so far so good .has anybody tried this kind of set up before .should i be expecting any trouble
  2. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    Mr Tailight from Ohio? If so Steve is a great guy... Knows his stuff...
  3. bronx boy

    bronx boy New Member

    i just thought that 400 watts ho head lights might be a bit too much for the system to handle
  4. ElbowJoe

    ElbowJoe New Member

    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:

    http://www.chevyavalanchefanclub.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/25638/ftdrlnstall.pdf

    Good luck!
  5. bronx boy

    bronx boy New Member

    thanks for the link my truck only has 8800 miles on it . so i may try your setup .i intend to have this baby a long time
  6. TritonBoulder47

    TritonBoulder47 New Member

    I did this as well... And LOVE every minute of it... Plus I have a couple extra lights... LoL

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    A total of 16 forward facing white lights... Plus the 4 in the grill flash... LoL

  7. mad1500hd

    mad1500hd New Member

    I did this today...thanks for the link...quick and easy...and now i can't wait for the night...look out! haha! i'll call these my get the hell outta my way lights!
  8. Chad513

    Chad513 New Member

    Im diggin this how to! Im so gonna do it! My HIDs are gonna light **** up.
  9. Blacksheep1

    Blacksheep1 New Member

    Will this work on a 98 K1500?
  10. bronx boy

    bronx boy New Member

    dont see why not .i installed it in 10 minutes.i also liked the t tap connectors that came with it .just sent for a 30 pack assortment from ebay.they are a great little gadget to keep in my tool box

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