I agree here. GE's cost half as much as Silverstars and they last much, much longer. I went through five or six Silverstar bulbs over two years in my last car. Since I replaced them with NightHawks, they're not only brighter (and cheaper) but they've lasted over a year without a single problem. Do yourself a favor and skip the Silverstars...you won't regret it.Mazz said:May want to consider GE NightHawks. Cost less, and they are brighter than the Silverstars. I had the Silverstars in for almost a year before one of them burned out. They were brighter than the stock bulbs. Went to replace them with Silverstars again, but Wallyworld was out of them, so I went with the GE NightHawks. Glad I did.
maybe the problem is that theyre aimed too high, try turning them down just a little bit.VengefulHemi said:my point in all of this is these bulbs are sooooooooooooooooooo bright for dot street bulbs, people are always mistaking my low beams for high until you bright'em back and the idiots realize you had you lows on!!! i have had these in just over a year now, and they are phenomenal!!!
Maybe therein lies the problem. The truck comes with the ass end up about two inches higher than the front. When you level it, the headlights are then tilted slightly upward. I noticed this when I dropped my truck.VengefulHemi said:no, my hemi is leveled with spacers.
truck is fine like it is.JeremyJ said:Maybe therein lies the problem. The truck comes with the ass end up about two inches higher than the front. When you level it, the headlights are then tilted slightly upward. I noticed this when I dropped my truck.
Mojoman, I got my GE NightHawks at Walmart for $20.