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Old 02-15-2004, 02:23 AM   #1
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anybody got some i need 2 stock ones farly cheep what is the best price new ?
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lotta members have put aftermarket fog lights in. Cyberwhite navigators or angel eyes are hotttttt on here. Navigators are found at Watmart and are about $40.00 and the Angel eyes are at Pep boys or PFYC and cost about $55.00

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i dont want to put any switches in and want to use the factory wires and bulbs with out cuting the plug off and giving one more place to have a potenchal prob down the road
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mostl of the members with the aftermarket lights used the factory switches and wires
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mostl of the members with the aftermarket lights used the factory switches and wires
Yup, just splice your power and ground wires into the existing, stock wires and you'll be all set.
I have the Hella Angel Eye/Driving lights, and I love those driving lights(the Eyes look darn sexy too) they compliment the hi beams nicely.
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The Angel Eye Driving Lights are a must have IMO (Or CyberWhites/Navigators..). The stock fog lights are so dull compared to these, and they aren't a nice white light, or a focused beam either. The Angel Eyes are nicer because of the LED ring, which just look cool. But the driving lights do make a huge difference.
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