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Old 01-20-2005, 02:25 AM   #21
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The only difference between the light styles is the way they're engineered. Refractors aren't in the front anymore on the lens, theyre in the back. It'* just a cleaner look, no terrible difference from what i've seen. HID do look nicer in 96+ but they're not legal systems anyways.

Mounts will have to be fabbed up to support them, and you'll need them adjustable for sure.

maybe use www.emachineshop.com to get some brackets?
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