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Old 07-18-2004, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default best place to get OEM fog light for 93 ssei

the 93 ssei got in a small fender bender, insurance fixed it up real nice, but only 1 of the fogs needed replacing, so we've got one shiny and one yellow....gm wants like 85 for the other one, anyone know of a good place to get them cheaper?
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hmm $85 new? I've got the 94'* fogs... one'* perfect, the other has a slight crack that doesn't leak.... What'll ya offer? I've got the mounts and all.

You could check www.car-part.com too.
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Mikey, i got the stockers from my 93 SE still. One'* good and one isn't. I don't know if they're the same but can always try. Anyways i'd recomend spending $40 @ walmart on some cyberwhites for a good stock replacement. They're glass and actually do something.
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I've got a handful of used SSEi stockers lying around. I won't be around for a week or so, though.
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ive got a couple in good condition from when my son got aftermarket. By the way, Cyberwhite Nvigators at walmart are good replacements. they are smaller and brighter and if you do it right, you can rewire them to the wires your stock ones are in. Just a suggestion!!!!
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These cyberwhite navigators are schweet.
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