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post #1 of 7 Old 05-24-2012, 08:53 PM Thread Starter
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I was wondering is the a way to get rid of the line of light on these trucks I understand it for the low beams but the high beams in my truck are dim enough to just leave on without getting flashed from other people driving will hide fix this or just getting different bulbs?

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get some sylvania siliverstar ultra's you'll be happy had them in my '92 with fogged up lenses and was getting flashed on dim. just got the 2012 and don't drive at night much since im at work and summer in alaska don t get very dark anyway, so have had the need to upgrade yet but will be upgrading to them b4 winter. hope this helps you

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Another option is true projection with Hids..we have these now with Hi-low and either 35w or 55 w Hids.

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get some sylvania siliverstar ultra's you'll be happy had them in my '92 with fogged up lenses and was getting flashed on dim. just got the 2012 and don't drive at night much since im at work and summer in alaska don t get very dark anyway, so have had the need to upgrade yet but will be upgrading to them b4 winter. hope this helps you
Im in AK also, plan on doing HID projectors before winter in my stock light housings. Just did this upgrade on my motorcycle and the process of baking and peeling the light apart was pretty easy.
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I have piaa extreme whites in my headlights and fogs and they are great. I have run them in many different cars and been very happy with them.

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