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Old 06-05-2009, 08:37 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by 325iSBimmer View Post
what was it you were looking for in the light housing that the DJAuto ones offer better than the DEPO's?

p.s. Nice rims by the way

EDIT: I just read the description on the DDM site on the DJ Auto Headlights. its a a toss up for me. I'm not sure why the DJ Auto's would be cheaper if they use higher quality glass and plastic. They must be have compromised in other areas?
It's your car that inspired mine...

Yeah, I was looking for the optics. Realizing that for the price, it really is a toss up but the glass, bulb holders, quality of the plastic were what did it for me. I may try and install them tonight. I'm just not sure I'll be able to aim them...

93 325is - sold!

2000 540ia- sold!

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Old 06-05-2009, 11:46 PM   #17
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let me know how your install went. and how you find the fitment of the DJAutos.

heres some links I had bookmarked when I had to align my ellipsoids. I know its a tedious task but important to do if you dont want other drivers high beaming you every night cause one of your lights is pointed up. lol

and a better PDF version

hope this is helpful
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