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Old 11-26-2010, 05:52 PM
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I don't have a problem with my HIDs in the snow, I run 6000K HIDs, any higher in the temp range and you begin to lose visibility. If you're worried about it, you can run a set of 3000K in your fogs and they're extremely yellow and won't reflect off the snow. I used to run silverstars in my Dakota, and they're comparable to the PIAA bulbs, with no ill effect. A big thing is when you install new bulbs, make sure the assembly is aimed for THAT bulb, I've found that switching from stock, to silverstars, to HIDs, I've needed to re-align each time to prevent blinding other drivers and to keep light on the road.
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