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Old 12-29-2013, 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Lazarus Truck View Post
I bought my Anzo lights off of Amazon. They were some of the cheapest of the aftermarkets, but had the black look I wanted. Here's a page for Ram Sport lights.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/part-finder...&vehicleType=6
These are the lights I got for mine. Bright, but very narrow beams. Fine for the country roads where I live.
those work great, I had a set with drop in HIDS, really throws out some serious light compaired to stock or just halogen bulbs. ended up using something just like that for a projector retrofit for my old truck.... that's how everyone should upgrade headlights, night and day difference....



AND back on topic, here is a old thread digging into setting up those projector headlights from a non sport to a sport. on the second page, there's a diagram. it was designed for wiring in hids and wiring the high beam to an aux switch, but can easily be adapted to wire directly to the sports high beam, either with plugs or directly hard wiring it in.

took quite some digging DREW but Here's those crib notes

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread....+wiring&page=2




I might have more notes tied up somewhere, might do some more digging. if anyone has questions, please ask, I'm a freaking lighting nut
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