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Old 02-16-2006, 11:50 AM   #11
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I actually went with a totally different, and cheaper, brand this last time. They are called ProBurner"*. Plain white glass, standard bulb. $19.95 a pair at WallyWorld

Now, if I could keep rocks from hitting them....
That'* the problem with them being sporty at the outside and low to the ground...right where the tires in front of you kick stuff.
Yeah, but for 20 bucks a pair, I don't need to go with that "Eyes too close together" criminal look....
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Harry...Walmart might be your best bet. Cheap and easy.

My first set I upgraded the bulbs to 100W... hehehehehe it'* a nice change. But the 55W are a large change over factory fogs.

John..None of the cops seem to think I'm criminal or beady eye'd.
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WalMart and the local parts stores all seem to have a pretty good variety to choose from (around here anyways). And you can spend as little or as much as you want....
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I should probably mention that soon I expect my new set of angel eyes to be here..I'll be pulling off a brand new set of the cyberwhites iwht the little blue bulb.
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I don't have that much hair.. Trenchcoat yes...

I simply am mentioning if he'* looking to go with those..I can help him out price wise.
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I absolutly LOVE my Angel Eyes, I've found myself going down the freeway without the headlights on they're so bright. Just get the protective plastic sheild that is offerd through PFYC so they don't crack upon one rock hitting them.
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I absolutly LOVE my Angel Eyes, I've found myself going down the freeway without the headlights on they're so bright. .
Very true DJ, they are waaaay better than the Headlights....and i have the Silverstar Lights in the Angel Eyes.....i dont see how another set of driving lights could be any better
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I absolutly LOVE my Angel Eyes, I've found myself going down the freeway without the headlights on they're so bright. .
Very true DJ, they are waaaay better than the Headlights....and i have the Silverstar Lights in the Angel Eyes.....i dont see how another set of driving lights could be any better
HID projectors?
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I absolutly LOVE my Angel Eyes, I've found myself going down the freeway without the headlights on they're so bright. .
Very true DJ, they are waaaay better than the Headlights....and i have the Silverstar Lights in the Angel Eyes.....i dont see how another set of driving lights could be any better
HID projectors?
what about them?
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they would be "another set of driving lights" that are better
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