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View Poll Results: What color Fog lamp Housing on Silver ssei
Bluish tinted glass 15 88.24%
Yellowish tinted glass 2 11.76%
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Old 10-20-2003, 03:28 PM   #1
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So here'* a note I got from PFYC.com
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Hi Taylor,

I am sorry but we do not have any with a clear lense. The 2200 has an amber
like clear lense while the 3200 has a bluish like clear lense.

At night, the 2200 project an amber colored light while the 3200 project a
pure white light.

Hope this helps.
So I would like everyones opinon on which would look best on my Silver ssei. Not sure if Blue would look as good but thats why I'm asking. Picture what would look best by looking at my sig b4 you vote.

Going to change the bulb to SILVERSTARS to match the rest. Not really conserned about fog or driving beam, not if it makes the front end ugly.

So what does everyone think, please just vote, no need to write a response.
Want to order tomarrow so start voting!
Thanks in advance to everyone!
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I would go with the Blue lens.Is there any certain reason why you are changing them out?
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Aftermarket lights will WAY BRIGHTER than most stockers!
Going from 27.5watt bulb to 55watts
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Blue and silver go well together, you may not even really notice it..until the lights are on
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Go with the blue!! Then Silver star heads!!
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Somehow I think thats were he is going with it. The blue lenses really look quite good.

I have been looking at fogger options for my Aurora, and I know that a blue lense/filter will give a nice clear light
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Somehow I think thats were he is going with it. The blue lenses really look quite good.

I have been looking at fogger options for my Aurora, and I know that a blue lense/filter will give a nice clear light
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Taylor, blue is cool. There'* a pic of mine in this thread:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=9822
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i'd say blue lens. i've liked both sets that i have had. what about the angel eyes, do those have a clear lens? i'm not a fan of the led rings, but they should be similiar in light output.
1st pic = blazer 3200
2nd pic = navigator

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You could bump the stock bulb up to 37W xenon for the time being until you found out what you really want to install. That is what I am doing until I find the right size/style of lamps.
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