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Old 08-29-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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8000k fogs

I don't want to retro fit the fogs and I understand the glare issues etc, I am thinking of maybe taking the entire fog light out and putting some of the night shade on it so they also blend into the bumper, what do you think? Will it also help w the glare and still light up the road? Say 3 coats of the night shade and maybe some clear coat so it stays with the bumper look... Just looking for some opinions with a few good laughs thrown in (I know it's coming)
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I did that with 2 light coats of nite shade and can barely see the lights at nite. I used 6000k bulbs. Took the nite shade right off and big difference. You can always try. If you don't like it, wipe it off
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Was the 6k scattered? Or too blinding to other drivers? I don't want to be a dick to others for the "look" hoping that they will help w night driving but not at the risk of others getting hurt
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It's scattered and lights up the road infront of the truck nicely. So far have no one flash me yet. Had people flash me when I put the 6k in stock headlights, I have since switch them to spyder projector.
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