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    Default automobile driving lights

    I know that this forum is primarily for flashlights, but does anyone know anything about driving lights?

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    Default Re: automobile driving lights

    Go down to the 'Beyond Flashlights' section.
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    You may want to elaborate a bit more. Daytime driving lights? Headlights? or something esle?

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    Not to mention cornering lights, fog lights, pencil beams, off road only, DOT approved, replacements, auxillary, halogen backup lights, 55/60/80 watt low beams, 80/100 watt high beams, relays, wiring harnesses, pod mounts, roof mounts...

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    I know something about driving lights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chmsam View Post
    Not to mention cornering lights, fog lights, pencil beams, off road only, DOT approved, replacements, auxillary, halogen backup lights, 55/60/80 watt low beams, 80/100 watt high beams, relays, wiring harnesses, pod mounts, roof mounts...
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    Well, not by too much. We do a bit of rally driving in the States, too, so there are a few people around who know a thing or two about going fast at night. Now, the LEO's kind of frown at the 100+ watt high beams on the highway, but there have been many nights when I have been volunteer working a stage and had the forest light up like a supernova. I've seen a few very classy wiring jobs on the pods on the hoods (bonnets) of everything from EVO's and STi's to Grp. B Quattro's. IMHO the rally crowd is the place to go for lighting information and products.
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