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Old 11-07-2004, 11:32 AM   #11
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nope you will need the whole assembly. The stockers are plasitc and you want to be roasting the animals not the plastic lens
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well it doesnt matter to me which is brighter as i can always get brighter bulbs, i want to kno which ones go farther in front of the car instead of spreading out near the car
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Hella Angel Eyes spread the light more upward (where there isn't anything to see) and downward in front of the car. The navigators capture that upper and lower area, and project it back out front where you want it. So as far as road illumination is concerned, you'd be hard pressed to beat that design. Buy the navigators, or another light with the same reflector design.
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Hella Angel Eyes spread the light more upward (where there isn't anything to see) and downward in front of the car.
What about when the road goes up? It all depends on the use of the lights.
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Cyberwhites rock. $30 for the full set. Hella'* cost what?
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