Has anyone ever successfully crammed these bad boys into the stock rectangle fog lights for a '14 silverado?
I'm looking for some fogs that can double as "driving" lights when I want. Not a full replacement, but certainly more than just a little add'l light like stock fogs provide. I like to run with running lights and fogs only a lot.
Thanks for the input!
Hey everyone, first off thanks for the great site. I have been doing a ton of reading and enjoying everyone's vehicles.
I have done a bunch of searching before asking this question but seem to be getting a couple different answers, so I thought I would ask it anyways.
I just purchased a 2017 Silverado LT 4x4. From what I understand the truck comes equipped with LED fog lights and 25 watt HID Hi and Lo beams. These are the D5S bulbs, if I have read correctly. My question is, what HID bulb do I purchase to get the same white color as my LED running rights and LED fog lights? Do I need to get a higher wattage bulb with a 5000k+ temp range? I really don't want to go the direction of swapping to the LTZ headlight assembly at this time but it would look good ;)
Thank you for your help in advance.
Okay - Quantity 100 5-gallon buckets with lids. Each is about 18" tall and 12" across the lid. The stack nicely. Contents inside bucket weigh about 20#.
Trailer is a 5'x10' flatbed utility type trailer.
How would you secure 100 buckets to the trailer?
Stacking two high by 5 across and 10 long ways is 100 buckets.
I'm thinking I use some type of wood strapping to make an angle I can put on the outside 'corner' of the pile and then ratchet straps across that strapping. Any better ideas? Should be secure enough for a 1000 mile trek.
I have never really seen cargo netting that big. I cant palletize them for various reasons.
Due to selling the truck, I need to get rid of some aftermarket parts. For sale is a pair of Morimoto XB LED fog lights. These are complete fog light replacements (housing swap) and are fully plug and play compatible. These are in perfect shape, only used for a few months. List price on these is $200, so I'll let them go for $150 shipped, OBO.
The Retrofit Source lists the following vehicle compatibility:
Chevy Avalanche: 2007+ (all trim levels)
Chevy Silverado: 2007-2016 (all trim levels)
Chevy Suburban: 2007+ (all trim levels)
Chevy Tahoe: 2007+ (all trim levels)
GMC Yukon: 2015-2016
Separate listing created for these. I also have a pair of custom-made projector HID headlights for a 2007.5 - 2013 Silverado. These have high quality Morimoto parts (bulb, projector, wiring, etc.) and look really great. The headlight housing is matte black, and does away with most of the chrome for a more aggressive look. I'll probably post up a separate thread for these, and I'll also include a picture. Unitl then, please PM if interested.
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