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Spec-D Fog Lights Reviews


2000 Maxima Foglights

Reviewed By Nathan D (Lakeland, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Nissan Maxima —4/24/2012 7:21 AM

The lights worked great. I ended up using my existing wiring, even though the kit had all wiring, relays, and switches needed. The only thing I had to change was the connectors and the turn signal switch, and I had to purchase the OEM relay.

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Hella FF 50 Light Kit Reviews


Hella FF50 review

Reviewed By Daniel H (Orlando, FL) Reviewed for a 1998 Nissan Maxima —10/18/2007 6:42 AM

The lights are great; however, mounting the brackets on my car (98 Maxima) required drilling a hole up through the plastic lower valance and into the steel frame behind the bumper. Make sure you have a 12 inch long 5/16 drill bit. Proper wiring was difficult because the English version of the directions are poorly written. i.e. hot & ground wires are not easily identified.

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Hella FF 75 Light Kit Reviews


Low profile fog and drivng lights

Reviewed By John M (Gardnerville, NV) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser —4/1/2010 9:39 AM

The Hella FF75 series lights utilize a single piece (bonded together) lens reflector assembly and a thermoplastic outer housing. The supplied bulb is a H7 55 watt quartz halogen. The fog lamp version has a fine ridged pattern on the lower surface of the reflector. Otherwise it looks identical to the driving lamp version. This is esthetically nice when using both types together on an off-road roof rack mounted light bar. The FF75 can easily be modified to use one of the HID conversion kits (about $60 for a 2 bulb 35 watt kit). This substantially increases light output while reducing current draw. You do have to find a place to mount the ballast though. The resulting HID light costs well under $100 each and compares favorably to similar offerings that are over $300.

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