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Old 10-10-2012, 08:52 AM   #12361
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How do you like the HIDs in the lightning housing? They don't glare bad do they?
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How do you like the HIDs in the lightning housing? They don't glare bad do they?
They are WAY brighter then the stock yellow lense. Clear light, what do you mean glare?
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Old 10-10-2012, 01:16 PM   #12363
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They are WAY brighter then the stock yellow lense. Clear light, what do you mean glare?
They don't glare in oncoming traffics eyes
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They don't glare in oncoming traffics eyes
Oh they probably do. But I'm not worried about them. All I care about it being able to see and lighting up the night haha
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Oh they probably do. But I'm not worried about them. All I care about it being able to see and lighting up the night haha
You will care when you blind the oncoming drivers and they swerve into your lane because they can't see.
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Old 10-10-2012, 02:03 PM   #12366
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Isn't it smarter and more common sense to swerve away from the bright lights?
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You will care when you blind the oncoming drivers and they swerve into your lane because they can't see.
I haven't been flashed yet...
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Isn't it smarter and more common sense to swerve away from the bright lights?
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MTZ I have 35w 6k and they don't glare at all. I aimed them down a little bit anyways
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I'm running DDM 6k 55w hids.
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