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Old 05-22-2007, 10:24 PM   #1
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If anyone knows what other bulbs fit my fog lights that would be awesome. Thanks...
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Silverstar has an 880 bulb. That is what you need. Shop around.
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Thanks I appreciate it, I found them.
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unless they've changed them, I wouldn't waste money one them. They burn out prematurely if you burn them a lot they really burn quickly (around 3-4 days)
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unless they've changed them, I wouldn't waste money one them. They burn out prematurely if you burn them a lot they really burn quickly (around 3-4 days)
I can deinately vouch for that. I got tired of dropping 20 bucks for a SS bulb about once a month or so. Your best bet would be upgrading to Hella'* or Cyberwhites w/ the 100w H3 bulb. I got my Cyberwhites and the H3 bulbs from PepBoys for under 60 bucks and I'm glad I did
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unless they've changed them, I wouldn't waste money one them. They burn out prematurely if you burn them a lot they really burn quickly (around 3-4 days)
I can deinately vouch for that. I got tired of dropping 20 bucks for a SS bulb about once a month or so. Your best bet would be upgrading to Hella'* or Cyberwhites w/ the 100w H3 bulb. I got my Cyberwhites and the H3 bulbs from PepBoys for under 60 bucks and I'm glad I did
Do you have any pictures of them on your car?
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unless they've changed them, I wouldn't waste money one them. They burn out prematurely if you burn them a lot they really burn quickly (around 3-4 days)

Are you kidding me?!?

I have had SS'* in my fogs for almost a year, and i ALWAYS have the fogs turned on. taking into account my car was off the road for 6 months, they hade 6months of DAILY use and are still going problem free
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unless they've changed them, I wouldn't waste money one them. They burn out prematurely if you burn them a lot they really burn quickly (around 3-4 days)
I can deinately vouch for that. I got tired of dropping 20 bucks for a SS bulb about once a month or so. Your best bet would be upgrading to Hella'* or Cyberwhites w/ the 100w H3 bulb. I got my Cyberwhites and the H3 bulbs from PepBoys for under 60 bucks and I'm glad I did
Do you have any pictures of them on your car?
Not as of yet. I'll see what I can do about hooking ya up this weekend
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SS fogs aren't bad....I got about a yr out of them...then one would burn out...

The head lamps....TOTALLY different story....

******* piles of ****.
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SS fogs aren't bad....I got about a yr out of them...then one would burn out...

The head lamps....TOTALLY different story....

f*** piles of ***^.
I've had mine for a little over 2 years and not a problem here
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