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    Default Chevy aftermarket offroad lights

    I've run KC Daylighters back in the day and Hella lights before. Who's got offroad lights and what type do you have?

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    I have a set of PIAA's on the front of my Silverado.
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    KC Daylighters, I love it when someone passes and cuts me off at night!!
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    I have 5 KC Daylighters on my 2001 S-10, they are 100 watt and extremely bright.
    I have 6 PIAA 520 Series driving beams w/Yellow Ion bulbs. (85 watt each)
    My honest opinion is the KC are a way better performance light, although the wiring sucked.
    The PIAA are nice looking on and off, but they are not even close to being as bright as the KC's.
    I will say that the yellow light at night time makes it hell on your eyes, it took me a while to adjust to that.
    The PIAA's have a very nice pre-terminated wiring harness w/transformers which are also plug-N-play.
    PIAA is more expensive but I think they are definately worth the money, good luck!
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