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Old 09-01-2004, 10:46 AM   #21
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Good idea. I kept my stock connectors somewhere for the same reason, but I doubt I could find them now. The aftermarket lights allow alot more air to the lower part of the radiator though, since they're smaller in diameter, so I'll never go back.
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....If you have a "ring" to light you will have to add the switch to turn them on,
Not true, I wired my Angle eyes to the parking lamps, so I didn't have to add any extra switches at all
Well, yeah... But that'* just weird... What if you want them off?
They do come on always at night, but no problem there LED, they will last way longer than the H-3 bulbs and the chance of the glass breaking. Mine broke at B-fest, I bought a new set of angle eyes and they didn't match, so just put in both new ones.

If you don't want to be in angle eye mode, just turn on the fogs, you can't see the ring at all. really didn't want to add an interior switch so wiring into the parking was perfectg and easy.

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The aftermarket lights allow alot more air to the lower part of the radiator though, since they're smaller in diameter, so I'll never go back.
Totally agree with you
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