Your going to need the H11 bulbs for your low beams. You may not need a relay. I dont have one in mine and it works fine.So after doing some research I think I want to go with the 6000's but my question is what size bulb do I need if I want to replace my lows. It is for a 2008 RCSB Chevy. Also do you guys think I need to do the relay or not. I read some thread about both ways just wasn't sure what I should do.
Ok sweet thanks. Yea I mean, I could do it either way but if I can come across a kit that is cheaper without the relay then I might jsut do that. I also have the W/T model so I don't have any fog lights.Your going to need the H11 bulbs for your low beams. You may not need a relay. I dont have one in mine and it works fine.
Ok thats exactly what I am going to do then is just get a kit without the relay and if I start having problems I will just buy a relay then. Where did all of you guys mount your ballasts?:word:
No relay and no problems here(yet). I'll keep it that way when/until I need a relay.
If you have a new body style chevy, you need h11, if you have old body style, you need 9006. When I get my truck back tomorrow I am going to take a bunch of pictures and do a write up for low beam Installation including ballast mounting points. On the chevy trucks there are a lot of places to mount to. As far as not mounting to metal, I mount to metal on all of my installs, but i use 3m trim tape to mount them, so there is no issues. the trim tape is the best option i've come across to mount because it provides insulation against vibration and any other issues and it holds very tight as long as you clean the area very well first.Do not mount the ballasts to metal or you might have interference with your radio.