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DAMNIT my light bulbs went out what the hell =*( man!!! I just got these Razo Light BUlbs or Carmate ones =*( like 6 weeks ago damnit damnit =*( im real broke oh wellz anyone have suggestion on light bulbs that look good and are cheap maybe ill go back to my first pair RayBriggs =*( anyways any suggestions would be greatly appreciated~!
 

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So many people on here will tell you the same story..."I had aftermarket bulbs...they lasted for about X months (weeks?), I said f- it and went back to stock." They burn out so fast--all of them. Save yourself the hastle and go back to stock. Or go Malken's route and go for an HID kit (approx. $450-500).

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I have Naxos Xenon Blue headlights and I have had them for like 5 months and have had no problems with them. They still look brand new.

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yeah...my bastard aftermarket bulbs went quick too..hahaha..not funny..i have the catz zeta kit now.

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lol....most of your big auto parts stores carry large amounts of stock bulbs.


I have had my PIAA Platinum series 9006's now for over 50K..no problems.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by VeeTec:
lol....most of your big auto parts stores carry large amounts of stock bulbs.


I have had my PIAA Platinum series 9006's now for over 50K..no problems.
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no auto stores here carry h1's. I am getting some h1's from hparts.com though for like $6 a bulb.
 

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Just wondering if those of you with blown bulbs within 6 weeks put a lot of electric grease on all the connections. I don't know the technical terms for the parts but the bulb plugs into the white adapter and the actual plug for the power that goes into the white adapter should be greased. I was told that without the greae the bulbs will blow sooner. So I spent the three dollars or so for the electric grease.

I have the PIAA platinum super whites on my car. It's only been about two weeks though so I guess I'll find if the grease helps in another two months or so.
 

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I guess I've been pretty lucky with my PIAA's. I've had the superwhites, I've had them since may of last year.

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Well..they are easy to get here.

I like my PIAA's though, so until they blow I will leave them in.
 
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