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Old 02-14-2013, 08:22 PM   #70
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Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: West Sacramento, CA
2010 Outlander XLS
Brown Metallic


Originally Posted by Blackmamba24kb View Post
i was originally going to put HID in my fogs but after reading about that idea, i scrapped it because I didnt want 1. the car to catch fire 2. damage to the harness since the fog housing are small and won't dissipate the heat well..just my own preference even though i've seen so many cars with HIDs in fog.

safety having blinding bright fogs might work against you in the chance you need them for fog etc. im in so cal so its more for looks.
Yea I am a little worried about the melting/burning of the bumper and housing. I have a cheap set of Xentecs I'm going to try out first as a test run. If they work out, might look at upgrading. Luckily the Fog lights themselves are only $40, so if they melt, its not a huge loss. Not too concerned about the "flare" or "bleed" from these lights though, as the reflective housings are small (< 3"). Will report back once I get them loaded up.
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