Was going to install my relay kit for headlights that I got off of amazon, along with my Hella H4 lights. Ran into two things that are slowing me down: 1) the H4 wiring harness bulb connectors are too large to pass through the inner fender holes. 2)also, in reading some threads, it is suggested to get 12V power direct from the alternator. This actually changes how i originally wanted to run hte harness - using the driver's OEM headlight connector to trigger the relays. 3) I am too lazy to grind the 1/4" around the bucket needed to get the hella's rubber boot to get through. It is a case of having the right tool. for question one, I am using a step drill bit to enlarge the hole 2 sizes to get the new harness connectors through? for #2, thinking i will trigger the relays from the passenger headlight bucket, use the alternator stud for power and mount the relays on the backside of the inner fender "header" next to where the hole is for AC lines. Is using the passenger side and alternator the "best" way? for #3, what would be the best tool to shave the entire bucket opening just enough to let the hella boot pass? dremel seems like it will take forever. angle grinder seems ridiculous.