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Old 04-05-2006
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Piaa Lights-

I've been looking around on here and everyone has Hellas, or KC's.

Does anyone have PIAA lights, if so, what do you think of them and how do they compare to other companies.

I ask because I have PIAA 520's in my garage to go on my light bar, and I'm thinking of getting the 510's in white driving to replace the factory fog lights.

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I have a pair of PIAA 520 series ION fog lights on my WAAG bar. I think most people shy away from PIAA based on their price. Let's face it... they aren't cheap. I think my PIAAs are fantastic though! They are well-built, very bright, and very high quality. The pattern is good, and the ION effect is great for low-visibility conditions. If you've got them, definitely use them!

I know Redneckstone is gonna come in here and start bashing them, but pay him no mind. He's just a little brainwashed by KC is all
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I know Redneckstone is gonna come in here and start bashing them, but pay him no mind. He's just a little brainwashed by KC is all
NO i will not i dont care what he buys its his chioce....hehe....





personally i recommed kc lights....but if people dont want to listen to me not my problem they dont buy the best light....lol.....
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although ive never used PIAA myself, i know they are a VERY high quality light. if you can afford to use them, and prefer them over Hella, then i would definately go for it!
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Dude, keep the 520's. I love these suckers.

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NO i will not i dont care what he buys its his chioce....hehe....





personally i recommed kc lights....but if people dont want to listen to me not my problem they dont buy the best light....lol.....

bla bla bla ya we have already heard it kc is the best we get it!
jk....please dont kill me

kc for add on lights are my favorite too, but piaa is also one i have found to be very good. i use piaa bulbs in me headlights and baja lights. (cheap baja lights from walmart with good bulbs= kc on a bad day)
but piaa makes good products

a friend of mine uses that exact setup on his dakota and it is great
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