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Pics, Finally

Postby socal4x » Sun Sep 28, 2008 4:35 pm

First pic is with Rancho Quicklift, then went to OME (pic with ski box up top)...

So far OME much better.


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Re: Pics, Finally

Postby Npath » Sun Sep 28, 2008 5:53 pm

I noticed the extra set of lights on your bumper... fogs or driving?

How much of difference in regards to lighting before and after complete install?

Which brand name do you have installed?

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Postby NVRDONE » Mon Sep 29, 2008 10:04 am

socal4x: What rims & tires are you running ?
Thanks, Nvrdone

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Re: Pics, Finally

Postby socal4x » Mon Sep 29, 2008 2:25 pm

Npath wrote:I noticed the extra set of lights on your bumper... fogs or driving?

How much of difference in regards to lighting before and after complete install?

Which brand name do you have installed?
Driving: PIAA Xtreme White Driving; Bulb Type: 12V - H3 55watt=110watt Xtreme White; Silver PPS housing, ultra light weight, and compact; Kit Includes Two lamps, wiring harness, relay, and switch (4wheelparts)

Its like installing six pairs of factory fog lights...they are awesome little lights...I wanted to get some bigger off road lights, but these work well and fit inside the front bumper.

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Postby socal4x » Mon Sep 29, 2008 2:28 pm

NVRDONE wrote:socal4x: What rims & tires are you running ?
Thanks, Nvrdone
ProComp Extreme 17x8

Nitto Terra Grapplers 265/70/17 (not that good a tire. Okay off road, lasted only 14,000 miles, harsh ride, no good in our local snow or ice, which tends to be very wet compared to more wintery parts of the planet)

I am replacing the Nittos with Goodyear AT/S (got 'em for 99/ea locally)

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Postby mcm4090 » Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:47 pm

nice looking pathy.

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Postby boogyman » Wed Oct 01, 2008 5:23 pm

Nice truck, must take forever to clean all that chrome though.

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Re: Pics, Finally

Postby Npath » Wed Oct 01, 2008 9:33 pm

Driving: PIAA Xtreme White Driving; Bulb Type: 12V - H3 55watt=110watt Xtreme White; Silver PPS housing, ultra light weight, and compact; Kit Includes Two lamps, wiring harness, relay, and switch (4wheelparts)

Its like installing six pairs of factory fog lights...they are awesome little lights...I wanted to get some bigger off road lights, but these work well and fit inside the front bumper.[/quote]

Really?! That bright, eh? I gotta get me a pair. Um... how are they in the fog and rain? Have you had them for a while?

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Postby socal4x » Thu Oct 02, 2008 9:10 am

They are really bright...probably not right for fog...They make a different model for fog...I have them aimed straight out as an aux. driving light...Haven't driven at night in the rain with them.

I may have been exaggerating a little, but they are really surprising for such a small package.


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