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Old 12-27-2008, 03:48 PM   #1
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What is the best bulb for my truck? I want bright white lights,But just want to change the bulbs. any help out there would help.Thanks.
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Silverstars 9008 will be the brightest standard bulb, to get brighter you will need to go to HID
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a good set of hid's wont set you back near as much as you may think either, unless you think 2 bills is a bunch for vision
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I heard PIAA makes a H13 bulb thats pretty bright. Supposed to let u see another 500 feet.
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After spending $50+ on PIAA bulbs in my 1999 Dodge Avenger, I would never get another set. Yes, they are noticably brighter than stock but so are Silverstars for half the cost.
IMO definitely not worth the $ unless you want to be able to say that you are running PIAA's.
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Going with the silver stars, Thanks.
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