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Old 03-15-2008, 12:31 AM   #1
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Ok I want to put some new head lights in. Any suggestions? I want something bright that doesn't look stock for the most part i guess. I am not sure how the "euro" head lights would look. After I would buy they this may sound stupid but how do you install them? Is it pretty easy?
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I have Silverstar Ultra low beams and like em. I need to re-aim them though a bit. Whatever you choose just make sure that when you change them DO NOT touch the bulb with anything. The oil from your hands will cause them to burn out prematurely.
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Here'* is a way to put the 9005 in the 9006 side, that is the high beam bulb in the low beam side.
http://www.bmwe34.net/E34main/Upgrade/More_light.htm

Not a single car has flashed there lights at me in 3 years. Just make sure your light'* are adjusted right and be sure the new bulbs are in all the way. I would never go back to the stock(9006) bulb, EVER.

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Yea I would love to have those euro lights but not really sure. I just want something different.
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He'* not talking about getting euro lights, he'* just saying to use the high beams as your low and high beams. Which that link tells you how to do, with some minor modifications.
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