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Old 12-24-2002, 05:00 AM
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I recently upgraded my factory "sand blasted highway miles" fog lights with Blazer 3200 series driving lights and MAN WHAT A DIFFERENCE! These are very powerful and crystal clear lights. I highly recommend these.


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veddy, veddy nice.
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How long did the swap take you? And what'* the diameter of the Stock vs. Blazertech? My lights are pretty big, and I'd like something to fill the hole properly if I do that.
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it took me approxiamately 30-60 mintues to do the install. I already had switches mounted in the center console though. Previous to the install I had no idea of how the factory lights were mounted, and it still only took around an hour.
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Ok ya, the blazers are a tad smaller, but not really notiable.
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I've seen Boseman'* install. Notice his look smaller? Besides the spacing difference, it looks like the SE has smaller lights.
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Originally Posted by zzzzzeke
it took me approxiamately 30-60 mintues to do the install. I already had switches mounted in the center console though. Previous to the install I had no idea of how the factory lights were mounted, and it still only took around an hour.
Here are some more pics and instructions:

http://99bonny.tripod.com/mods.html

Ok ya, the blazers are a tad smaller, but not really notiable.
Dude, I clicked you link only to discover that I've seen your page before. I even have it in my favorites list. Your car is phat as hell man. You've inspired me to try fixing up my bonneville.
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