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    Just not sure Mine I would like higher But As I said I am looking into LED Fogs that fit in the same opening.. I will see at the Keystone show in 2 weeks..
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    Alright, well I adjusted my fog lights last night. It helped, but they still seem to be sending light high.

    Anyone think these may work?

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    All sierra and silverado fog lights are adjustable, if adjusting them down didn't work as much as you needed it to, check the bulb and make sure it is seated correctly in the housing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffdsmokeeater View Post
    Alright, well I adjusted my fog lights last night. It helped, but they still seem to be sending light high.

    Anyone think these may work?

    http://www.carid.com/2010-chevy-silv...s-6893575.html

    Be nice if they were Glass not plastic so we could use a higher watt ballest for HID's in there..

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    I'm runnin 55w lights in my fog housing with no issues. We will see how the summer treats me but I probably won't even turn them on ever in the summer.

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    I was warned so many times that the plastic would melt with the 55 watt Ballest Even with the 35 that they might be black close to the bulb.. I have my fogs on all the time when it's dark..

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    It doesn't get dark in Alaska at night in the summer time "land of the midnight sun" and all that business. And in the winter it is so cold that melting is the least of your worries. So maybe my situation is different but we have never had to tell people of melting plastic housings with 55w ballasts.

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    LOL Ok I was up there in June of 92 and saw the Midnight Baseball game.. Fun.. But we will see I do want more output..

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    Yep, June 21st, you must have been up in my neck of the woods in Fairbanks. That's a cool few days, the summer solstice events, always a great time around Fairbanks!!

    So far I have not seen a melted housing in the fogs, I've heard rumors but those rumors come from the lower 48 so I imagine there may be some truth to it.

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    My Fog lights are fine, I didn't need to make any adjustments


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