Jerry (and others with said combo) use them together. One light handles the mid to long range, and the other handles purely long range. You dont have as good of a spread up close as you would with a pair of driving, but the extended range is pretty nice.
I kinda like the 3 light approach. Depending on where they're getting mounted, either a pair of driving lights and a long range one in the center, or a pair of long range lights and a spread beam (or fog beam) in the center.
Installing HID's in stock housings is bad.
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