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    Has anyone one here ran non brand halos or know where to find some that are not so expensive. Also of anyone k ow the sizes of halos for lights and fog that would be a plus thanks . Just trying to be frugal.

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    Thing with halos are... they maybe cheap, but after all the work of removing the front end, opening up headlights, mounting, sealing, wiring, reinstalling front end etc.. and the halos fail, you get the point. Diode Dynamics have quality halos and they are made in the US. Unsure of the size you need for the Magnum though.

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    I ended up getting some aftermarket headlights with dual CCFL halos. I got them as the rings look awesome, is bright white unlike halogen types and are evenly lit unlike LED ones. I hated the rest of the head light though. I replaced the entire projector with one from a Honda S2000, Replaced all the crappy let eyebrows to some great LED bulbs and along with the side marker. I also replaced the yellow signal/ parking bulb with A switchback white to Yellow bulb. I'm damn proud of it but can't take good night pictures for crap so they aren't posted.
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    Honda S2000 retrofitted projectors in CCFL ringed housing 4500K HID bulbs (not blinding anyone). LED switchback parking/signal in front, signal in rear, parking, running, Fogs, License, sidemarker, interior and HVAC cluster lights.

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    I also did Ebay CCFL halos and they have worked well. The projector lights in them suck big time.
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    I've ran Flashtech for a while now. They seem to work great for me.
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    I have Flashtech switchback halos on my fogs, they are very bright and have worked great so far
    2006 Charger SRT8

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