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    I'm looking at getting these KC daylighters . with some of these brackets

    What do ya'll think? Anyone run these?
    Last edited by tjdave; 02-01-04, 03:36 PM.
    1997 Green TJ
    RE 3.5 SF Lift Kit w/ RS9000 shocks
    Currie AntiRock, Some KC's and
    some other goodies riding on 33's

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    yeah, i run the 100watt ones, rick runs the 150w. they rock! no problems would recommend.
    :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

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      now that i am looking at it, i think the 150w would be a little better than the 100w. Are they a pain to wire up, especially mounted on the windshield??
      1997 Green TJ
      RE 3.5 SF Lift Kit w/ RS9000 shocks
      Currie AntiRock, Some KC's and
      some other goodies riding on 33's

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      • #4
        whoops, i should of posted this in the "short wheelbase section" since it is for a TJ.
        1997 Green TJ
        RE 3.5 SF Lift Kit w/ RS9000 shocks
        Currie AntiRock, Some KC's and
        some other goodies riding on 33's

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        • #5
          yeah, bigger is better!
          rick says it's easy to wire -- the only tricky part is choosing how you want to run the wire from the lights to the relay under the hood.
          :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

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            I have some Piaa 100-150 watters on my windsheild and hella fogs on my bumper, I like the set up. Offers a decent ammount of light.
            [COLOR=blue]Chris[/COLOR]
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