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Old 02-20-2006, 09:27 AM   #41
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They must have changed the ProBurners, or they just didn't have the white ones at your store. I got a brand new pair in the garage, waiting for warm weather, and they are plain clear glass.
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Yah, these were clear glass with blue bulbs that reflected very blue depending on the angle you were looking at them. I guess I could give them a shot and take them back before I completely install them if I didn't like the look.
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Yah, these were clear glass with blue bulbs that reflected very blue depending on the angle you were looking at them. I guess I could give them a shot and take them back before I completely install them if I didn't like the look.
honestly the blue bulb will not make that much of a difference when they are on the car, in my opinion.

you can always swap the bulb for a clear one. All the blue does is filter out blue light so the beam is whiter.
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That sounds pretty good. Are the white bulbs readily available if I wanted to go that route? Is the overall diameter of the lens/housing about the same? I thought it looked a little smaller than stock. Perhaps not.
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That sounds pretty good. Are the white bulbs readily available if I wanted to go that route? Is the overal diameter of the lens/housing about the same? I thought it looked a little smaller than stock. Perhaps not.
smaller than stock, yes a little, pretty close...yes.
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That sounds pretty good. Are the white bulbs readily available if I wanted to go that route? Is the overall diameter of the lens/housing about the same? I thought it looked a little smaller than stock. Perhaps not.
The ProBurners are a bit smaller than stock. Not sure how the would look on a 2K+
But they look OK on my 98 - This is a really ba example, since they aren't centered, but.....



The white bulbs, at WallyWorld anyway, should be hanging on the wall right above, or real close to, the lights themselves. If you've never seen them, they're kinda wierd looking. They have a "big" metal plate at the base of 'em.

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The bulbs in 99% of these lights are an H3 55W bulb.
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