<font color=blue>BRONCOMANIA:</font color=blue> Sorry about the ticket.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
Plead your case, that's worked for me before.
I'm running 90/130's in the Hella's now.
I don't think the initial outlay is too high, considering the safety factor you get.
The pattern fills up the road much
better than any sealed beam I've ever seen.
In addition, glare to oncoming vehicles is actually reduced because the light has a very distinct cut-off.
It's very straight across the center of the road, and angles up to view the shoulder better. Kinda looks like this __/.
Spending the money on some lexan covers will ensure them lasting longer. (rocks, gravel, etc)
When a bulb does burn out, it's less expensive to replace than a whole new sealed unit.
I do get an evil kick out of folks coming towards me with their highs on.
Flash em once, if they don't dim em, I hammer em with the full load!
It's amazing how quickly they drop back down to their low-beams after that.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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85 Bronco XLT, '69 351W, C6-Shift Kit, 9"-Detroit, Dana 44-Tru Trac, 2" Lift, 33X12.5s