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100 watt H3 off-road bulbs

Where is a good place to get them ?
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You could try www.jcw.com they have 130's if ya want em'??????
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or you could just buck up and buy a set of KC's lol...
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LOL like me and you right? lol good point. Just alil expensive? o well
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LOL like me and you right? lol good point. Just alil expensive? o well
but worth it..
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That is damn true!!!!!!!!!!!^^^^^^^^^^
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or you could order kc bulbs www.kchilites.com ...
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That would work. Nothing wrong with that
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in due time, i will be getting some KC's, just trying to put a band-aid one the situation for the time being
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no thats fine. Take ya time
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go to walmart, the have them (around here) for 3 bucks
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might wanna watch your harness to ur offroad lights and also ur fuse to it....ull be poppin fuses like crazy
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I am good I have 2 100W lights now and I have two more lights to add later but they are only 55W so i want to replace the 55W bulb with 100W ones and when i go to put them on i am going to add another relay and wires and stuff then.
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