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Old 02-16-2006, 02:50 PM   #21
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I think I may give those ProBurner'* a shot. Do they use factory wiring and mount up easily?

I'm not opposed to a little extra mounting work or wiring, just curious.

Are they clear or do they have any fancy LED rings, blue hues to them, etc...?
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You need to mate their mounting to the stock mounting plate (wish I had a pic to show you). And you may need to splice on the correct size plugs from the stock light wires, but it'* super simple to figure out and do.

Actually, ignore me until someone who has mounted aftermarket lights in a 2000 plus shows up.....

Probably still as simple as I said, but since I've never done it.......
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You need to mate their mounting to the stock mounting plate (wish I had a pic to show you). And you may need to splice on the correct size plugs from the stock light wires, but it'* super simple to figure out and do.

Actually, ignore me until someone who has mounted aftermarket lights in a 2000 plus shows up.....

Probably still as simple as I said, but since I've never done it.......
Great...now I have to agree with John....
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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....
I have these as well. I like them a lot, and I have found myself driving with just these at night They are about as good as the head lights.

As for rocks...all was good for the first year. I washed my car last week and found both of them cracked, in the exact same way (obviously there is a weak spot there, but all of them probably have it). I am pretty sure I heard both of them break, and it probably is my fault. I think I need to increase my following distance a bit.

How much do I like these though? Enough that I will probably be buying a new pair shortly.
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Never said I liked it...
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Sounds like the same process as the Blazertech'* for my '96 Cutty. Some bracket modification and simple wiring. I'll have to make a trip out to Wally World or Autozone sometime.
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Hey guys,

Found this link. What round pair of ProBurners are we looking at here?

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http://www.optronicsinc.com/proburners.htm
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That'* what I figured. So, they have a blue hue when off but shine bright white?

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