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Old 01-31-2010, 11:24 AM   #11
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Pull your bulb for your fogs, if it says 880, then that'* what you have and can run with.
The 880'* work great. I'm running the Ultra Stars and they put our great light.

I also have the Raptor HID kit sitting on my kitchen table ready for an install. Hopefully I can get to it this weekend. When you order the kit you have to select the options - one of which is the 880 bulb. Did you order correctly?
My order form is posted above in one of my threads. Yes I ordered the 880 according to the form.Can anybody measure one of their hid fog lights bulbs from the 3 tab base and tell with the tip of the tape measure between the circuliar base and the 3 tabs to the tip of the bulb and let me know what there'* is? From what my hid'* look like on the fogs its about the same length as the 9005/9006'*.
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hmm.. this has me concerned, being I JUST ordered a 880 kit for my fogs from DDM last week.. Hopefully when it arrives it fits...

Does ANYONE on here have DDM'* kit for their fogs other than 2000bonny?
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Sorry I have been really busy, it turns out that they did fit, I put my car on my lift and they fit just fine.
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GOOD! now I can sleep tonight knowing I didnt waste my money on something that wont fit lol.

Where did you end up putting the ballast'* for them?
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I have 880'* in my fogs and mounted the ballasts on my bumper re-enforcement bar.
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