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    Hi. My standard headlights keep misting up so I thought I might take the opportunity to upgrade. If you're not careful so much after market stuff is just crap. So can anybody recommend good quality make/supplier of replacements headlights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil_harri View Post
    Hi. My standard headlights keep misting up so I thought I might take the opportunity to upgrade. If you're not careful so much after market stuff is just crap. So can anybody recommend good quality make/supplier of replacements headlights.

    Cheers

    You will be lucky to find a product that DOES NOT fog up over time

    My hella angel eyes, first type on the market, fog up. I put it down to one of the joys of owning a bimmer
     
     

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    ah thanks for that rym. In that case I might just drill a couple of small holes in the back to let the water evap out and gte some higher spec blubs -- cheers
     
     

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