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Old 05-03-2013, 05:57 PM
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Default Found 5k LED white fog light bulbs

http://www.vleds.com/5k-white-6-led-...16-1-pair.html

These 5K white LED fog light bulbs should closely match the stock HID bulbs better than 6k. I might pick these up.
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:09 PM
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I have yet to see any led bulb light that provide any kind of real light output.. they might match well but offer very lil light!
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I have yet to see any led bulb light that provide any kind of real light output.. they might match well but offer very lil light!
I know, only for looks. Stock HIDS throw off plenty of light for me.
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Gotcha bro and I agree since my yellow fogs are for contrast in color since I have lamin-x on them.
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Here is a couple of pics of the leds I put in today. Seem bright but a bit higher kelvin than I thought. Light output its good IMHO and the pics make it seem bluer than they really are. The first pic is just the fogs. And I agree The 5k will be closer to the factory hids.




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Not bad! Fog's are not there for high output to see farther meant to light up the road slighlty in front of the vehicle and those look like they do a great job!
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Phoneguy which bulbs were they?
Those seem to be the highest output forward I have seen so far
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These. They were mentioned in another thread but I've bought from this seller before.
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How's the fitment? My issue is I have yet to find a bulb that fits right, shaved tabs and all.
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I pushed them in after shaving the tab and they snapped right in. I tried tugging on them and they held in there but I'll check for condensation for the next week.
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