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Got some new HID's for the truck, and already sold the set I have in the Low's, so what I have left is the one working HID that was in the fogs. One ballast, one bulb. The harness can go w/ it to if you please. Can be used to replace a bad ballast, or kept as a spare. It's a VVME. Never had an issue with it. Lets start at 40 shipped OBO?
 

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damn too bad its not one H1 bulb. i only need it for my little projectors. dumbass me dropped and broke one of my bulbs a while back. so i been rolling one HID one halogen. anyways i guess good luck with sale? lol
 

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damn too bad its not one H1 bulb. i only need it for my little projectors. dumbass me dropped and broke one of my bulbs a while back. so i been rolling one HID one halogen. anyways i guess good luck with sale? lol
Haha, that does suck. You could maybe silicone this in? Anyways, thanks for the bump!
 

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damn i need this.. my left side fog light shit the bed the other day. Not sure if its the bulb or the ballast.. lol
 

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damn i need this.. my left side fog light shit the bed the other day. Not sure if its the bulb or the ballast.. lol
Let me know, it's yours if you want it.
 

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i'm just concerned if there's gonna be a noticeable difference between your VVME and my HIDGATE HIDs... i've heard the HIDGATE hids can be slightly different in color.. I'm debating just buying a new pair and keeping my one working good one as a spare in case this happens again..
 

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i'm just concerned if there's gonna be a noticeable difference between your VVME and my HIDGATE HIDs... i've heard the HIDGATE hids can be slightly different in color.. I'm debating just buying a new pair and keeping my one working good one as a spare in case this happens again..
Well, if it's the ballast acting up it's not going to matter b/c you'll use the same bulb you have right now. If the bulb is the issue then it's a possibility, but if you're using a 6000k bulb right now I think it'd be awful hard to see a difference. You can go ahead and take your working bulb and swap it with the one that doesn't to see if it's the bulb or ballast.
 
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