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I found this Post from Tazman..

"I purchased off road driving lights at Wally World. The smaller version of the two. they come stock with 55w bulbs. I replaced the bubls with PIAA 35 watts. PIAA is gaurnteed to burn 35w and not more and are less likely to blow."

Tazman, What a perfect idea.
 

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more info needed
 

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Where you get those? Cost? Thanks
 

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I bought 35w bulbs off amazon few months ago.
Got 5 Hella bulbs for my Piaa fog lights...the all failed within a month.

Fortunately Amazon has refund policy so I set em back and got my money.
Maybe it the vibration but I seem to go through more bulbs in those lights then I should.

What ever you do, dont run 2x55w bulbs in those or youll be push starting a bike with a dead battery
 

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Those lights are cheap, but are they any good? One thing I've noticed about LED's over the years, whether it be a LED light or LED TV, is that they are bright to look at but they don't put out much light at all.

How do these LED's compare to the stock light?
 

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Those lights are cheap, but are they any good? One thing I've noticed about LED's over the years, whether it be a LED light or LED TV, is that they are bright to look at but they don't put out much light at all.

How do these LED's compare to the stock light?
The ad says 220lm whichis about like a good flashlight.
A 55w halogen is around 1000 lumens and the 35w HID is 3300 lumens.
 
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