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Old 02-29-2012, 10:33 PM   #21
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Why not just get yellow bulbs for the low beams.. Run them instead of the brights.. Why does it have to be the highs?
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Old 02-29-2012, 11:41 PM   #22
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Why not just get yellow bulbs for the low beams.. Run them instead of the brights.. Why does it have to be the highs?
Because idiots want to be like JDM integras that actually have yellow foglights in the most inner lights

Thats where i feel this nonsense started.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:29 PM   #23
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So I have a yellow high beam bulb rather than the painted glass or reflector. But you really can't drive with high beams on all the time. I was driviń and saw a 93 accord that had yellow high beams but not high beam like. In other words didnt blind you. Is there a bulb that would fit in the high beam socket and not blind oncoming traffic. I understand there isn't the deflector like the lowbeam side just wonder on possible explanations of what I could have been
just go to radio shack and get a bulb holder then go to a truck stop and buy yellow bulbs drill a hole into the headlight wire it up how ever you want and your done, it used to be a huge trend back in the days before fast and the furious screwed the trend with strobe lights total cost shouldnt cost that much to do i remember when city lights were sixtybucks for two bulbs and you still had to do the work
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