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So I just wanted to play around with my exsisting fog lights.. I have a cheaper pair from Princess auto, the chrome ones with the H-3 bulbs, 6" rounds.
Did some looking on ebay for 35w HID kits, found one for $57 bucks shipped to the door.
With in 2 days my items arrived, nice kit, 2 H-3 lights the fit right in the old fog light housing, 2 ballasts, wiring. The only thing I would have had to add is a relay and a switch, but since these were exsiting lights, it was almost plug and play.
The only other thing I had to do was extend the bulb wires.
Found a nice place to mount the ballasts and within about an hour
HID Fog lights
Seem brighter and I guess not a bad upgrade
 

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right on looks good! you will definatly love the hids, they work wonders and off trail you won't have to worry about blinding anyone. Unless you want to of course!
 

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LOL, ya, I don't mind blinding some ppl... Only those that deserve it, maybe ppl who don't align their head/fog lights and it blinds the oncoming traffic accross the highway..
Think i'm going to do the head lights next, I have to do a H-4 lense swap anyways, and get the High-Low H-4 HID plus lenses off ebay for almost the same prices as just the lense at the auto stores around here.
Post more pics when I do it
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i bought my hids last year from ebay and they were less than half the cost to order them thru work. One of my ballasts died but after buying new ones i still came out cheaper than buying them thru my work lol
 

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Added some windshield lights and converted them as well. I'll have to get some daytime pics.
Cheers
 

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