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Old 10-11-2006, 01:06 PM   #11
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i believe there is a new SS now too
IIRC they're called SS Xtras. 50 bucks for the 2 pack
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Kristie: Thanks for the link. Those are the right ones, but pretty pricey. They're only $13 here.

Bill: Thanks Bill, but i'm gonna give the SS a try. Most of you guys seem to be doing good with them. They were pretty bright this morning on the way to work...

I looked at the Xtra Visions dbeast and they are a great alternative, but run the same price as the SS..... The SS here at Canadian Tire are $24 each.

So are they discontinuing the Cool Blues completely? If anyone knows...

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A quick search shows them as Sylvania and still listed on the website

http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProd...oolBlueFAQ.htm
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Don't know if it can be done with a 2000+ but there is a mod that can be done that will keep the "fogs" on with the high beams
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