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Old 02-24-2013, 03:14 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell what type of bulbs these are? I can't seem to find any writing on it... They are from the anzo halo housings
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They are H1's
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They are H1's
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yeah, H1 single filament halogens. usually either 35 or 55 watt bulbs. bright as heck in the right housing..
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yeah, H1 single filament halogens. usually either 35 or 55 watt bulbs. bright as heck in the right housing..
Yeah they are pretty bright but in want a 6000k hid kit
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I just haven't had any desire to go to something like that.

I tried the blue tinted halogens and they worked good in winter time, buy in the summer I just needed brighter lighting..
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I just haven't had any desire to go to something like that.

I tried the blue tinted halogens and they worked good in winter time, buy in the summer I just needed brighter lighting..
Yeah I'm leaning closer and closer to one
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Not sure if this helps but it appears that what you have there...is a light bulb.
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Not sure if this helps but it appears that what you have there...is a light bulb.
Ohhhhhh it all makes sense now
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I just haven't had any desire to go to something like that.

I tried the blue tinted halogens and they worked good in winter time, buy in the summer I just needed brighter lighting..
What about a retrofit? Then you'll be driving by daylight at night
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