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Old 02-03-2013, 11:46 AM
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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: North NJ
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Vehicle: 2009 Ram 1500 SLT Quad Cab
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Color: Inferno Red
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Default All Dodge Lights suck

My 2009 was so bad, it was hard to drive at night.
I put in the Best Sylvanias, they improved headlight visibility 100% as far as brightness.

I have the aftermarket Mopar fogs mounted in the lower area left and right of the license plate, they are great to light up the area from front of truck to where headlights start.

I also put PIAA driving lights on my Aegis Grill Guard and they are the best, no flashes from oncoming drivers and they light from headlight area out another 30 or so feet.

I can run All three lights at once without any amp or voltage drop problems.

Lot cheaper than HID and just as good in my opinion. My friend had good HIDs and has had to replace the bulds twicee in 3 years.

Bulb replacement so far has been none for three years, but when I have to it will be easy.

But to each their own.

Richie
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RAM 1500 SLT QC 2009 INFERNO RED, ARE Lift Lid ,Spray on Bed Liner, K&N Drop In, Pioneer DEH P8400UB, Alpine Amp, Mopar Kicker sets in all doors and dash, 2 Polk 10" Subs, Polk AMP, SteelCraft Nerf Bars, Mopar Fog Lights, CalTrend Seat Covers, WeatherTech Front Mats, Putco SS Fender Liners, SuperBumper SS Hitch Step/Impact Absorber, Onki Aegis SS Center Guard, PIAA 2100 driving lights
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