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i think McCulloch or McCullough or however you spell it are are good brand. AFAIK they make bulbs / ballasts for OEM applications
 

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i have a McCulloch kit. i'm very happy with it.
 

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Do I need the harness that connects the kit to draw power from the battery when I run the 880 kit for my foglights? Also does anybody know how much the replacment fog lights housing for a 03 yukon is? my passenger side is leaking somewhere, my silverstar blew up, the light was out so I pulled it out and the whole bulb blew!
 

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or should I just open up the stock ones that I have clean them up real good, and tear out the metal shield that mounts infront of the bulb?
 

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Anybody know? Will it increase the light output if I pull out the metal shield that mounts infront of the bulbs?
 

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Do I need the harness that connects the kit to draw power from the battery when I run the 880 kit for my foglights? Also does anybody know how much the replacment fog lights housing for a 03 yukon is? my passenger side is leaking somewhere, my silverstar blew up, the light was out so I pulled it out and the whole bulb blew!
As far as I know you need a separate kits for each set of lights (hi beams, 0low beams, and fogs)
 
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