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HID fog lights

Anyone know of a quality aftermarket HID setup for the fogs that would match the Factory HID low beam headlight.
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contact Xenon depot . look in the vendor section . I have their set up and am very pleased
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Re: HID fog lights

Don't do a 35w set up. It will cause the housings to turn brown from excessive heat. Get 15w HIDs, they're bright but won't screw up the fog light housings. A lot of Wrangler and GM owners learned this the hard way.
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Re: HID fog lights

Maybe adding a set of the Chrysler 300 fog light housings will give you more output capability and heat resistance.
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Re: HID fog lights

I have 35 watts in both low and fogs for about 5 months now and no issues at all
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Don't do a 35w set up. It will cause the housings to turn brown from excessive heat. Get 15w HIDs, they're bright but won't screw up the fog light housings. A lot of Wrangler and GM owners learned this the hard way.
I think your thinking of 55 watt vs 35 watt...
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