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Old 12-06-2009, 07:17 PM   #15
bmwblake
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i wish that would work around here.

the power from the HID is awesome. i just wanted to give a bit of the negative experience i had with the single beam kit. i have some HID driving lights on the christmas list. we'll see if the wife comes thru. (no she doesn't read this).


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Originally Posted by StephenB
Where's your creativity? What happened to " Oh, sorry, Officer, it it just misaligned as I was working on it this morning. I'll fix it right away!" or something along those. I have the single beam adjust slightly higher than low beam and nobody gets hurt. You still have visibility at night like never before. You already had one installed, so you know its power. I have not been stopped in 2 years with either my red flashing brakelights or because somebody thought my headlight was too bright.

Think about all those Left turning cages that didn't see you and forced you to brake or worst case caused a lethal accident. A bit of blinding light would have surely helped. Also, when you're behind him/her they have the adjustable rear view mirror for guys like us.
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