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    can anyone tell me if they have used either of the following and what ones do you think are best.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-BMW-E36-E4...es_CarParts_SM


    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BMW-E46-E36-E3...es_CarParts_SM
     
     

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    Both look good to be honest mate, 6000k is a better choice of colour temp than 8000k in my opinion though. 8000k is bluey whereas 6000k is ice white
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe9087 View Post
    Both look good to be honest mate, 6000k is a better choice of colour temp than 8000k in my opinion though. 8000k is bluey whereas 6000k is ice white

    cheers mate
     
     

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    dont go paying them silly prices.i bought mine on a bid for £15 off ebay a couple of weeks ago. the quality is great and i realy do expect all these imported stuff to be of the same quality.
     
     

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    I ahve ant E46 and got a set from a company on Flea-Bay called Litespeed and the seem really good quality, easy to install etc. There are a few others on this forum who have got some from them and are really pleased.

    Good luck.
     
     

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