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Old 24-03-2018
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I'd keep the old ones just in case, that way if some tard cop defects you, just put the old ones back long enough to clear the notice, then revert

look like relay/upgrade wiring would be needed at 220W ?
i have them on the standard loom, no problem....did a tong test during the install..(have the result written down somewhere) from memory, wasnt excessive, thinking just see how it goes, so far all good...definately isnt pulling 110 watts per side.

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Aftermarket LED headlights like HID's are illegal in most states I think and I.m sick of being blinded by illegal or incorrectly adjusted lights. Nearly left the road a couple of times because of these clowns. Rural driving is getting dangerous because of it, our country roads don't leave alot of room for error when your blinded.
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Aftermarket LED headlights like HID's are illegal in most states I think and I.m sick of being blinded by illegal or incorrectly adjusted lights. Nearly left the road a couple of times because of these clowns. Rural driving is getting dangerous because of it, our country roads don't leave alot of room for error when your blinded.
actually, far bigger problem from glare is the illegal use of fog lights 24/7.
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actually, far bigger problem from glare is the illegal use of fog lights 24/7.
Are fog lights really illegal to have on constantly??? Oh please tell this to all of the subaru and hilux drivers
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Are fog lights really illegal to have on constantly??? Oh please tell this to all of the subaru and hilux drivers

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