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Old 01-15-2008, 04:08 AM   #11
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Thanks for the input. I'm just going to keep looking for an aftermarket fog light that'* the same size as the stock ones, that uses H3 bulbs. I have no problem making new brackets for aftermarket foglights. I think that would be easier then trying to modify the stock lights to use an H3 bulb. That and now that i think about it, changing the bulb type will probably mess up the beam pattern.
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Heres some pictures of my car with the angel eye fogs just to give you a visual. They also use the H3 bulb.

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Heres some pictures of my car with the angel eye fogs just to give you a visual. They also use the H3 bulb.

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how much were these? becuz ive been meaning to get a set.
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And for even brighter light in those, I think dbeast420 put the 100w bulbs and had no problems.
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1994se were you able to use the same bracket as stock?
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