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Old 06-21-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
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which bulb can I get thats white/blue for the stock foglamps ? Also is there directions for removing the headlamps? Im going to pickup some silverstars and change them up
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I believe the stockers are 880 bulbs. But be careful how much "hotter" you go. Those are plastic lenses.

I just picked up some plain jane driving lights at WalMart for 20 bucks. A bit smaller than stock, but ithout all the aftermarket "sillieness"... (no offense. best word I could come up with)

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=35811
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I see you got the SE model too, I'd rather keep the stock housing since they're ok and just change the bulb. But I'm wondering how hard is it to change the whole housing? If I was to do that I'd go with the Angel Eyes
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They ain't hard to change. Just a couple of bolts if I remember right. I'm still using the stock hangers to mount my aftermarkets. The plastic lenses were pretty beat up when I got mine, so they were one of the first "mods" I did.

If you're gonna stay stock, I definitely recommend getting some Meguiars Plastix for polishing them up....

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3 bolts
wups, sse/i has 3
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ST 9006 for low beams
ST 9005 High Beams
ST 880 Recommended Fog Light
ST 893 Its a brighter option, but ive read some members having melting issues with them
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the SS 880 DONOT LAST LONG. we have had many members have bulbs die on them in less than 2 months, look for another solution for the fogs
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Try a PIAA bulb. Or the new Philips.
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i might get the angel lights
damn I must be getting that mod sickness too They look hella good tho, either that or the silverstars. piaa'* cost too much..
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i might get the angel lights
damn I must be getting that mod sickness too They look hella good tho, either that or the silverstars. piaa'* cost too much..
i got the AE'* and they installed the SS H3 bulb and its crazy bright
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