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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-15-2005, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Off road lighting

just got 150$ from a studentt for an end0of-the-year gift from amazon .com and they offer a lot of lighting in my price range! should i go with halogen, piaa, hella?????

anyone ever ordered lighting from amazon befor or wanna make me a recomendation pls?

too bad its not 1500$ so i could go HID but heck beggars cant be......


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Go Hella. Everyone I know (including myself) has at least some Hella 500 driving lights and they're great for the price. You could start out with that or add a fog light or two to get the whole radius in front of your car lit up.

I've never heard of buying from amazon though, I can't help you there.
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Iíve got hella 500's witch are the cheaper hella line and they impressed me for the money.

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$150!!! Damn, when I was kid, we'd give our teachers apples

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