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    Quote Originally Posted by Cr416 View Post
    Dont you need to cut into the rear of the headlight cover to feed the loom through or is it all done within the headlight?
    Yep you have to cut through the rear of the lights, well the rubber plug anyway

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    I haven't got no glare what so ever, and if you put a 2p on the rubber and cut round it it gives you a perfect 25mm circle hole for the hid wires to go through
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    Quote Originally Posted by swell View Post
    Have you got a pic ?? Are they a straight plug and play? Do they give out a lot of glare like a Chavy saxo
    I've had a few Astras drive towards me with HIDs in standard headlights, they are blindingly bad for glare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flier View Post
    I've had a few Astras drive towards me with HIDs in standard headlights, they are blindingly bad for glare.
    That's what I was afraid of, it looks cheap and nasty. Tbh unless I see one in person il leave it, I'd like hid/xenon, but if your going to do it you may aswel do it properly,

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