Toyota H4 headlight kit heads up

I ordered Hella 80/100s from Amazon, they sent 55/60s. Returned them and ordered again. They sent 55/60s again. Ordered and got 55/100s for now.

It's because if you try and order 2 from the product page dropdown it changes them to 55/60s. If you leave the dropdown alone and put 1 in your cart, then go to your cart and change the qty to 2 you should get 80/100s. I'll let you know on Wednesday;)
 
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Well, I ordered this kit earlier in the year. Think i paid 64 shipped. :( Should have waited. lol I'm still glad this popped up on the feed towards the top as it reminded me I had them. Did the install this morning. Thinking i'll go with 55/100 so i don't blind people.
 
I have the 80/100 Hella bulbs and no one flashes their headlights at me. I took a little time adjusting them to get them where I liked them but they weren't blinding oncoming traffic.

The bulbs that came with the kit were only marginally better than the OE bulbs. The Hella bulbs are substantially brighter. I do wish they were just a little whiter light but I'm still happy with them.
 
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I have the 80/100 Hella bulbs and no one flashes their headlights at me. I took a little time adjusting them to get them where I liked them but they weren't blinding oncoming traffic.

The bulbs that came with the kit were only marginally better than the OE bulbs. The Hella bulbs are substantially brighter. I do wish they were just a little whiter light but I'm still happy with them.
Same experience here. Just took time to align them properly.
Quadratec was sell the 80/100's for some ridiculous price.. like $2 a pair. I bought a few pairs.

I ultimately switched to the Holley Retrobrights because after trying a few LED options prior to the Koito/Toyo kit I much preferred the 5000k. No comparison in price when the Toyo kit is at $25, but I remain very happy with the decision to change

I still have the Toyo kit and will be using it another vehicle.
 
Is no one going to mention that the negative ring terminal for the battery is too small?

Maybe my Jeep has different lug size but i tried installing the Toyota harness and discovered i need a larger terminal on the negative post. Grabbing one today from work to throw on it, it was very annoying to have everything routed and then run into this.

Funny enough, my Hella High Wattage 100/80 bulbs are also going to be here Wednesday.
 
Is no one going to mention that the negative ring terminal for the battery is too small?

Maybe my Jeep has different lug size but i tried installing the Toyota harness and discovered i need a larger terminal on the negative post. Grabbing one today from work to throw on it, it was very annoying to have everything routed and then run into this.

Funny enough, my Hella High Wattage 100/80 bulbs are also going to be here Wednesday.

Somebody did mention enlarging the ring with a step bit. I didn't have to though, it fit mine fine on the outside of the bolt that squeeze's the terminal clamp. I added longer bolts and wing nuts to my terminal clamps for accessories.
 
Is no one going to mention that the negative ring terminal for the battery is too small?

Maybe my Jeep has different lug size but i tried installing the Toyota harness and discovered i need a larger terminal on the negative post. Grabbing one today from work to throw on it, it was very annoying to have everything routed and then run into this.

Funny enough, my Hella High Wattage 100/80 bulbs are also going to be here Wednesday.

I think I just clipped mine and spread it enough to get it around
 
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Thinking i'll go with 55/100 so i don't blind people.
Once again, if you're lights are properly adjusted, you won't blind anybody. If you look at my avatar, you will notice the fog lights outboard of everything else. They are adjusted to the same cutoff as my headlights. I run them as cornering lights pretty much whenever the headlights are on. The headlights have the 100/80 watt bulbs in them, the fog lights have 100 watt bulbs in them, and I never get flashed.
 
Once again, if you're lights are properly adjusted, you won't blind anybody. If you look at my avatar, you will notice the fog lights outboard of everything else. They are adjusted to the same cutoff as my headlights. I run them as cornering lights pretty much whenever the headlights are on. The headlights have the 100/80 watt bulbs in them, the fog lights have 100 watt bulbs in them, and I never get flashed.

Thanks Guys, Got mine aimed last night. Loving them so far even with the default bulbs. Now I'll buy some 80/100's based on every ones responses.
 
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Just picked up my spare kit, being glass and I tow behind a MH I might need spares. the pack of 50 super high quality zip ties alone is worth $15!
Still available at Precision Toyota and Desert Toyota in Tucson. The guy at Desert said a guy took 3 last week.

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Just picked up my spare kit, being glass and I tow behind a MH I might need spares. the pack of 50 super high quality zip ties alone is worth $15!
Still available at Precision Toyota and Desert Toyota in Tucson. The guy at Desert said a guy took 3 last week.

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I added an X-Pel 8 mil layer of protector film to the lenses. Soft enough that you can poke it with a screwdriver, watch it deform and then watch it level back out. Cheap insurance against flying stones.
 
Just picked up my spare kit, being glass and I tow behind a MH I might need spares. the pack of 50 super high quality zip ties alone is worth $15!
Still available at Precision Toyota and Desert Toyota in Tucson. The guy at Desert said a guy took 3 last week.

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Do the harness have the ceramic plug for high heat like my hella 100-130 kit?im having a bad relay (only available in India )problem,might just convert to this kit,are the relays available local?thanks(sorry for all the questions)-jeff