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Most durable bulb replacement

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by gobias, May 15, 2010.

  1. gobias

    gobias [OP] as in Gobias some coffee

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    Matt
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    OME 881, AAL
    After offroading a bit at night with the stock Toyota headlights I've decided I'll need something a bit brighter before I do that again. On previous cars I've had Silverstar Ultras but they burn out so easily, especially if I hit a bump going any faster than a crawl.
    Anybody have any experience with replacement bulbs? I'd like something brighter but still durable enough that they won't burn out every few months.
    HIDs are out. I can't stand them. Driving & fog lights will come later once I can get around to saving up enough for 'em.
     
  2. dubstar2003

    dubstar2003 Active Member

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    Projector Headlights Westin Bullguard Westin Nurf Bars Custom Hood Lifts Black'd Out Badges Alpine Headunit w/Ipod Satoshi Grille 6000K HID'S BILSTIEN 5100'S UP FRONT
    Checkout Nokya bulbs. They used to sell them at Circuity City, but they have them on ebay for like $20 a pair. I had these on one of my other cars for 5 years and only 1 has recently burnt out. I was running & 7000K. They are super white with a shade of blue, but not too much blue that you cant see. My boy had the Silverstars, but the Nokyas look much better.
     
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