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Grasshopper

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D1S Bulbs
« on: Sep 26, 14, 16:11 »
Where is the best place locally to purchase Phillips D1S bulbs? So far the cheapest I have found is Lordco for $128 ea. (non membership price).

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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #1 on: Sep 27, 14, 02:15 »
Vancouver Auto Parts?
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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #2 on: Sep 27, 14, 23:01 »
I found them for 80 a piece before. I'll see if I can figure out who from.


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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #4 on: Nov 05, 14, 22:35 »
Not local, but theretrofitsource.com is great. Just did an order for H1 bulbs, D2S bulbs, HID conversion kit, and a bunch of spare parts and it was a great experience. They're knowledgeable, fast, and high quality.
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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #5 on: Jan 13, 15, 22:06 »
^2nd that

Im running morimoto ballasts and OSRAM XENARC 66240 CBI from the retrofitsource and couldn't be happier

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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #6 on: Feb 12, 15, 09:44 »
Not local, but theretrofitsource.com is great. Just did an order for H1 bulbs, D2S bulbs, HID conversion kit, and a bunch of spare parts and it was a great experience. They're knowledgeable, fast, and high quality.

I ordered a pair of D1s CBI's from the retrofit source, one of them arrived non working. If you check their policy it says no returns/refunds/warranty on bulbs and now I am out $100USD.

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Re: D1S Bulbs
« Reply #7 on: Feb 16, 15, 20:47 »
That's not good. Personally I like to stick with the Phillips bulbs they seem to last