im surprised you dnt have IPF lights on there, they got some good products, they work mostly with all the rally racing
i like PIAA's ive had my fog lights for 3 yrs now, took em off my old truck, never had a problem.
loves his truck but why is it giving me so many problems
I've had kc's, hella, and piaa's over time. all of them were rugged and held up to every thing I've thrown at them. i did smash a few kc's in my life and they are cheap to rebuild. the hellas held up on 3 trucks still have them. the piaa's i had were the fog-driving combo and the switch went twice in a 3 yr period.
kinda curious what everyone else says.
2002 CC LB SE SC Nismo cai, gibson exhaust, brush gaurd, billet grill, bedlined roof rack, bedlined running bars, gauge pod w/air fuel ratio & boost gauges, 5% tint all around, hella aux driving lights, WRP grounding kit, led 3rd brk light, modded 4th led strip, loose nut behind the wheel !!
I am going to have to say Piaa. Ive always compared everything to that. And ive only heard and seen good things from them. Though i have never bought any piaa products, when i do you can assume it Will be piaa.
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