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Just installed the kit in my 68 Dart. It took me 1-1/2 hrs. The lengths of all the leads were just right. I couldn't be happier with the harness. Thanks crackedback.
I was able to install these into a 68 Dart and a 90 W150. Couldnt be happier with the results.
Good to read the installs went well carfreak...
Will this work/fit a '64 Valiant? If it does, I'm confused on the price. The first post shows 2 headlight kit at 85 or 140. I'm assuming the 85 kit is a sorta diy kit
135 for is ready to install. 85 is for the DIY kit I've built a bunch of them for early A's over the years
Ok. I can do it myself but, the time saved having you put it together for me, is worth it. I'll be in touch about it in a few weeks.
Cool Thanks for the inquiry. I look forward to building the kit for you.
I installed the complted ready-to-install kit in my 67 Barracuda. My lights are so bright I gotta wear shades
Thanks for the positive comments DesertRat
PM sent - I need this
Milehighdart Your kit is headed to the PO tomorrow. Thanks
Hey Rob- Do you think you could make a relay kit for a 71 D100?
Yes I can. Been getting more request for truck kits in the last year. @mopowers
Ok good to know- thanks! I'll have to get a hold of you once we swap motors in my dad's pickup. I think that and a direct charge wire from the alternator to battery should improve things a bit on his old farm truck.
Yes it will.
Guess it's a good thing when you have to order more wire! Thanks for the purchases. Rob
Finally got around to installing the kit I purchased from crackedback. WOW! Great product and what a world of difference. It was completely plug and play and came with great instructions. I was able to easily route wires where they needed to be located. The kit is perfect. My headlights are substantially brighter. I would say the light output I have now on the low beam setting is just as bright as my factory wiring high beam setting. My dash lights are brighter. Another great feature is that my lights don't dim down when I come to a stop light and have to idle for a bit. Especially when there is more draw from things like the heater fan and wiper motor. I think everyone driving one of these older Mopars should invest in this kit. Once you see the difference, you could never go back. Thanks crackedback! Doug
Interested in a kit for my 67 barracuda!
@Doug.S Thanks for the great compliment @cudakid67 I sent you a PM
im interested in getting this but im not a super wiz at wiring lol so can somebody simplify and tell me what exactly it does to make your headlights brighter lol? and what would be a good bulb upgrade to run with it? and can i get something similar to the new dodge challenger headlights with the rings? thanks in advance
Kit provide better voltage to the lights, by using larger gauge wire, shorter runs and fewer connections. I recommend a GE nighthawk halogen head H6024NH. I have no recommendation for any headlights with rings.
hey Rob I have a 68 Dart battery in trunk engine comp bare everything hidden.Where do the relays locate with this type of setup? thanks mike
Mike, Hard to hide them without a battery if that was your intent. On a 68 Dart, I would mount them on the back of rad support, pass side. Shortest runs and can be put down low above frame rail to keep out of sight. Street cars I like the relays in the engine compartment to keep them out of the heavy elements (rain). If you never drive in the rain, then on the front of rad support works as well. Pick a spot and I can build it for you! Rob