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The halos are a pain in the rear!!! The up down adjustment is in a spot that you can't get to without removing the head light. Make the adjustment reinstall headlight drive it around the block, see where it hits other cars , repeat, repeat, etc..... the look really good but a pain to get them to point where you want them to.

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ah.. so you lose the ability to use the Adjsut ment dial on my current headlights where I can tweak the level from a setting of 1 (up) to 5 (lower) with a dial.

Yea.. not sure I want to go that route.. I was thinking of pulling them apart (my current headlights) and putting halo rings in there with an AAC kit. My wife would probably shoot me if she saw me baking my headlights to loosen up the seal... :)
 

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My plan with adjusting the headlights was to park in front of my garage with the door shut... turn the car on with old headlights in.. mark the spot they point at on the garage door with some blue painting tape. (nice X marks the spot)

Put in new ones and adjust till it hits that spot.. and call it a day! I am thinking of going with the spyder lights too.. they look sweet on your truck! (which looks pretty damn nice too) I need a bull bar and some extra lights!
 

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I'm thinking about buying those wheels for my 08 and was wondering if you needed to get hubcentric ring spacers for them, or is the bore cut to fit the Tundra hubs nice and snug?
 
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