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Old 12-30-2006, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Fogs died...replacment options?

MMK, so one of my fog bulbs has officially dead, after about a week of knocking on it to get it back on its done now...so...

Wondering what my options are as far as replacing the bulb...i can just go replace it with what was in it or go aftermarket...

i have searched a little bit but im not completely sure what im looking at, and i was finding more on headlights anyway...

so i was wondering what are some of my after market options to replace the bulbs with, i would like to have brighter fogs...

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either replace the bulb with a stocker, or replace the housings and everything... i dont think its worth it to put silverstars or whatever into a stock housing as they are so poorly made
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cyberwhite navigators FTW.
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cyberwhite navigators FTW.
got a link for me? or where to purchase

i cant do any searching right now, i probably wont be back on the computer till tommorrow...

thanks again
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WalMart. Cheapest I've ever seen. They're slightly smaller than the stockers, which will allow more airflow to the lower part of your radiator.

The reflector design is also improved so it focuses the light that would normally go high and low back on the road where you want it.
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All the WalMarts here only have the Navigators with the stupid, extra blue buld in them. That'* why I got the ProBurners from the same section. Half the price, basically the exact same size, all plain glass construction. And no "Lookit, it has blue light so it'* better" BS
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Also if you have a PepBoys by you, they do have a good selection of Driving lights. might find something there u like
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On EK98'* Navigators, whe just decided not to hook up the extra LED. No problem. Don't even know they're there.
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Could always go for a set of oil-fired miner'* lights. Get that "blue flame" bling.
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