FOR SALE Brand New Trailblazer LT Lenses & Bi-Xenon HID Retrofit Kit

l008com

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Yup I have a set of brand new lenses and a full Acme Super H1 4300K retrofit kit from TheRetrofitSource. All brand new, never installed. AND as a bonus, I already opened up the lenses, removed all of the glue, and trimmed the bowls so the projectors will fit right in!

As you probably guessed, I bought all this stuff about a year ago to install in my truck. But I've been very busy and the install is a little more involved than I expected and before you know it, I'm now looking to sell my truck and get a new vehicle. So no point in putting these lights in now!

So the lenses were about $300 (LT lenses are way more expensive than normal LS lenses) and the retrofit kit was $170. It includes the projectors, shrouds, ballasts, bulbs, relays and new sealing rubber. Your truck will look amazing with these lights, I'm sure mine would have. And more importantly, you will see amazingly with these lights.

I am located in Boston suburbs. I do have boxes to ship everything, but it would be three large boxes and it would be pretty pricey to ship it all.

Also note from the pictures, I did open all the boxes and test fit everything, but nothing is actually assembled and certainly not used.
 

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Blckshdw

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Sorry to see you weren't able to get these finished and put on the truck like you wanted. GLWS.
 
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l008com

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It's a bummer but at the end of the day, it just makes no sense to committing the time to install it all now just to turn around and sell the truck. I really could have benefitted from these lights if I had done this mod back in 2016. Oh well. The new jeep is going to come with HID projectors :smile:
 

Mooseman

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Too bad mine is an LS as I might have snagged these. GLWS.
 
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l008com

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I forgot to mention, one extra that's included is a pair of 4300K LED bulbs that will fit into the high beam bays of the lenses. They aren't bright enough to be used as headlights, but they are bright enough to be used as daytime running lights. My plan was to wire those up to be DRLs, then have the HID high and low beam.
 

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