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About Greatlakes6.2

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    Pinckney, Mi
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    2017 Silverado LT 5.3
  1. Changing stock D5S bulb

    The 5500k are pretty white to me. The stock bulbs are not even yellow.
  2. Changing stock D5S bulb

    So far I like them a lot. I bought the 5500k too. There way brighter then stock.
  3. 6.2 Long term?

    I had a 2011 Silverado 6.2 with a 115000 miles. When i traded it in it was still a solid motor. I always changed oil every 3000 miles. I always ran 87 even though you are supposed to run at least 91. I miss the sound of the exhaust the 6.2 compared to the 5.3.
  4. Changing stock D5S bulb

    Mine have been flawless but I have only had them for 6 days.
  5. Changing stock D5S bulb

    I live in rural area and drive mostly back roads. They are a lot of deer out here and I like to see them before i hit them. Yes probably if you live in the city the stock bulbs will do just fine for you.
  6. Changing stock D5S bulb

    I forgot to do a high beam comparison but it definitely helps the high beam for brightening it up. For the distances I can't tell a difference but even with stock bulbs they beam out pretty far. I adjusted mine a turn up because I felt they were too low.
  7. Changing stock D5S bulb

    Oem bulb Morimoto 5500k bulb They are definitely brighter and whiter then the stock bulbs. Well worth the money. Thanks limited360

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