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Old 11-15-2004, 10:21 PM   #11
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looks like you did a good job of matching color temps on the different light sources. I am guessing 5000K?

On the pilot/wally lights.....do they mount like the original fogs or are they a tricky install?
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Your looking for trouble by the D.O.T. if you use your high beams and fog lights together and adding your low beams
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Your looking for trouble by the D.O.T. if you use your high beams and fog lights together and adding your low beams

My brights and fogs come on together, but you can't have brights on with oncoming traffic anyway, so who gives a rat'* ***?

I'll keep 'em the way I have 'em.

Here'* an example of the CyberWhite Navigators (not Pilot as stated) from Wal-Mart among many other sources (Mine came from a local parts store) install. Adapted to the stock brackets with 4 screws:


Facing the front of the car, looking down the radiator at the passenger side light.
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Thanks will,

I am surprised by the adjustability of the aftermarkets. Looks like you have an almost infinite cpabability to align, mount and center.....cool, thanks for the Pic.

Speaking of pics...I went out this afternoon and took a few of my 94. How do I add one or more to my signature line? Do I need to serve them from my server to save bandwidth on yours?
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