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post #1 of 2 Old 02-24-2007, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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i purchased 100w kc daylighters and i was wonderin if i would be able to switch the 100w bulb out for maybe a 55w so i can use them while driving? i was also wondering if i did switch the bulb to a lower wattage(sp?) would i be able to keep the kc stone guards on without melting them?

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you can bring it down to 55w no problem. And I don't see why a lower energy bulb would melt your stone guards. I kept mine on and no problems.

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