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Old 11-17-2003, 12:04 PM   #11
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just ordered SS 880'* from PFYC. total cost: $50.66\

PS thanks for the link mista_sse
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I still havent had any luck finding yellow bulbs as a replacement. The fog has been pretty bad here the past couple of days. definently wanna get them before winter comes.
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Old 11-20-2003, 03:19 AM   #13
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Did you call classicgarage.com, there BACK IN STOCK!!!
http://www.classicgarage.com/classic...llow-gold.html

I had these in the aurora and I liked them, serious yellow light, bulb had irradecent coating, like gasoline look.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by willwren
I ran 50 watt bulbs in my stock lights before I replaced them with the Navigators. No melting.
that'* because I ran mine all day and night everyday. by the foglight not having that protective cover over the bulb like 880'* my lamps started to overheat and bubble up where the light'* tip had been close to it. I'd get another pair but since I run my headlights and foglights on night and day I'll stick with a shorter wattage.
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