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Old 03-11-2005, 01:43 AM   #1
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hey what are the best looking lights for a cheap price, like the fake xenons? how do i replace them also?
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Headlights? Sylvania Silver Stars. Nothing else. Undo the thumbscrews (2 on each headlight assembly), pull them out, put the new lights in, and get on the road. 92-95 Bonnevilles require no tools.
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i have $10 ebay bulbs, and they are better or the same as the above mentioned...

ask bonnememn
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i just bought a set of the silver stars for my lows
MAN is it a HUGE difference
they are so much nicer
i just cant wait till i can afford to buy the highs!
they are the most incredible light made
other than H.I.D. that is but thats just under 500$ to put in a car!
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yup i run them, Im makes a great difference where you are at, with lots of back roads, just wait intill you get a set of aftermarket fogs
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yup i run them, Im makes a great difference where you are at, with lots of back roads, just wait intill you get a set of aftermarket fogs
Yes they are great... And the aftermarket fogs make it even better still.... Yes I have some pitch black roads at nite... No light in sight except when ther moon is in full force..

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how much are the silver star bulbs for fog lights?
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how much are the silver star bulbs for fog lights?
DO NOT put silverstar bulbs in your factory fogs, there are many members that have had problems. some have only had the bulbs in for 3 months and then they would burn out. Get a Set of cyberwhite navagatiors or better yet angel eyes. I have a set of Angel eyes and replaced the bulbs with silverstars, and WOW
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Yes please do not use the silverstars in the stock fog lamps... Replace them with what 93SLE has reccomended...

I have low beam 9006 silver stars, and cyberwhite navigators fogs( replaced my stockers )... Look at the sig pic below

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There is no one type of light that is best. HID, and other colored lights will light more but will also give off more glare(especially when the roads are wet). A good mix is to use a halogen in your foglights and then a HID/Silverstar(or other comparable type) in your low/high beams.
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