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Old 02-19-2010, 10:21 PM   #1
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Pilot Driving Lights

Anyone have any experience with pilot lighting 5 1/2 inch round driving lights (code PL 2202C)? I want to get a pair of driving lights for my truck mostly for looks. This run about fifty bucks.
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Old 02-20-2010, 05:55 AM   #2
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thanks.
Is something like this easy to install? I pretty much have no experience installing lights.
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Depends how mechanically-inclined you are. I was all thumbs my first time, probably like 6 hours. i've got a second set and it's been only about 2 hours so far; but I'm also cleaning up the wiring from the first. I'll be done in another hour, tops, once I get the part I need.
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i have a set. for the price (i payed $30 i think) they are great. easy to wire up. comes with a switch and quick connect plugs. the wireing diagram/instructions that it comes with aren't bad either. you'll need some extra wire and a few crimp connectors since the wires it comes with will most likely need to be extended.

they are bright, but if they still aren't vright enough, you can get a Hid kit for abotu $30....HID off road lights for $60...not too shabby
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