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Unread 07-12-2009, 03:52 AM   #1
SlimGoaty
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HID Replacement FOG Light

One of my OEM fogs is cracked and the other is filled with water. I was looking at purchasing the OEM replacements on ebay but I'm thinking I'd like some more output. Is there any foglights you guys know of that will mount to the OEM mounts and be more like HID driving light? Or am I better of just getting the OEM's and using a better bulb?

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Unread 07-12-2009, 04:01 AM   #2
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It's on an zj? probably... I know on the WJ you can buy projectors, don't know about the ZJ.


You could buy some you like and mould them in... You're not too far from me, I can help..
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Unread 07-12-2009, 04:09 AM   #3
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Yea its on my Zj, I was looking at purchasing These and then throwing in maybe a 4300k XENON bulb, but I'm not sure how much light thats really gonna throw out there.
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Yea its on my Zj, I was looking at purchasing These and then throwing in maybe a 4300k XENON bulb, but I'm not sure how much light thats really gonna throw out there.
THose should be fine. It doesn't say what bulbs it uses, but it looks like maybe H1. Whatever bulb it does use you can add a relay and run some true HID's with ballasts and you will have pleanty of output. The only negative is that they will be a wider range rather than a far range. This is from them not being a "projector" style.
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