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Old 07-31-2006, 12:00 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by master3rd1
I'll repeat, Are 80 watt low beams legal or too bright?
I'm unsure you would have to check your local laws and regulations. I have 9005 (60 or 65 watt I forget) Silverstar bulbs modified to work in my low beam housing; I know with those that are borderline to bright. I myself wouldn't want to use anything brighter in my low beams.

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