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Old 02-05-2008
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Brighter Bulbs???

I currently have replaced my stock headlight bulbs in my 2007 Ranger with the Eurolite Xenon Fusion bulbs, as well as my fog lights and I dont know if its just me, or have you guys noticed that they are not as bright as the stock headlights? I want the HID look without paying the HID price, and including an install im sure you understand it could get pretty pricey. So do you guys have any opinions on this topic, and if so do you guys have any thoughts of a better brighter bulb other the the Xenon Fusion, and maybe even prices/where I could get them? Thanks Alot.

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You can get HID's for about 120
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Dont get Silverstar ultras... Not bright as they claim either
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Get PIAA's, they are worth every penny..
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i got an HID kit off of ebay, and their bright as F*&K!!! deff worth it
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No aftermarket bulb has the "HID Look" no matter what they claim....You want the HID look youll have to splurge and buy HID, thats the only way...Yeah it sucks but its worth every single cent!
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my sylvania silverstars (not ultra) work fine for me!
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i have HELLA's, they arent HID's by any means but they are with out a doubt brighter than stock
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Not HID, but they're damn bright.
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Me likey me 4300k Hids.
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