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This is a discussion on HID help within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am in the process of buying everything I need to convert my head and fog lights to HID and ...

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    HID help

    I am in the process of buying everything I need to convert my head and fog lights to HID and when I went to buy the kit from DDM they don't have the slim ballast anymore, so my question is does anyone have any recommendations of HID kits and where to buy, I don't want to get just any old kit, I want a good one like what is on the guid on the stickys, anyones opinion would be helpful thanks

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    ditto!

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    Much Gras!......been looking for these too.

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    try hidnation.com

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    what is the difference between the slim ballast and the standard ones?

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    Slim ballasts are more compact. I think they are also more reliable than the larger metal-cased units. But I may be wrong.

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    there isn't any difference other than for size. When you mount the ballast inside your engine, depending on the availability of space, will be your deciding factor to go slim or not.

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