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Old 06-28-2009, 08:07 PM
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Highs and Lows together?

Hey guys I was just wondering if I could put low beam light in for the brights, b/c if the lows stay on when you turn your brights on I think that this would look really cool in the stock headlights since I don't use the highs anyway and I don't really have any money for the gen 3s
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Old 06-28-2009, 08:12 PM
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Re: Highs and Lows together?

You'd have to get a reflector thing in there on the highbeam side so that the beam would be directed out instead of up.
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Re: Highs and Lows together?

you mean like tilt the high beam thing that projects the light. And aim it more down ward so that it would be on par with the lows?
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Re: Highs and Lows together?

OH! the thing in front of the light cuz the high beam is exposed.
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Hey guys I was just wondering if I could put low beam light in for the brights, b/c if the lows stay on when you turn your brights on I think that this would look really cool in the stock headlights since I don't use the highs anyway and I don't really have any money for the gen 3s
different bulbs young one....
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OH! the thing in front of the light cuz the high beam is exposed.
Exactly.. more trouble than it is worth IMO.

It'd probably be easier to get a set of good PIAA driving lights or something similar.
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Re: Highs and Lows together?

that's what I was thinking, I wasn't sure if I'd have to do any thing els.---scott
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