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Brethren and sisters,
I searched and searched the different threads and I keep getting different part numbers for the Silverstar fog light replacement bulbs. Which is the right one? 881? 880? 889? 893? Could somebody who has them installed possibly find an empty box, receipt, or anything to verify the correct part before I buy them? It would be greatly appreciated.

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ggeorgie said:
There you go brother, you are giving a clue for your next Modification :udaman:
Man I'm sick!! I need help!! I've already got something else in the works, and before that stuff arrives I'm looking at more. Everytime I see somebody else post a catback and CAI system install my left click finger starts to itch. I think I'm already at the 10G mark since February this year, but everywhere I go people say I have the nicest looking one they ever saw, and the guys at the dealership have a fit everytime they see it.
 

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893ST. I haven't done it yet, but its just a matter of time. Titan guys have done this. ;)
 

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The part number I used on my Silverstar driving lights is the 880ST. The plug is straight, no bend.
 

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I believe there are a few models that will work, thus the confusion. I called PIAA USA and they told me they do not have theirs for sale yet, but they are ready to start production and will be available in early January. It is an #893 in the Extreme White to match the 9005 & 9006 headlight upgrades.
 

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Gunslinger420 said:
The part number I used on my Silverstar driving lights is the 880ST. The plug is straight, no bend.
880ST isn't on their website. Are they still in production? As was stated, many different styles will work. The 893 is 37.5 W, the highest that will fit. ;)
 

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92TripleBlack said:
880ST isn't on their website. Are they still in production? As was stated, many different styles will work. The 893 is 37.5 W, the highest that will fit. ;)
92...Here's the link. It's the third one from the top. You may want to watch the higher wattage bulbs because the OEM wiring may not handle the higher current draw and could get hot or even melt the insulation on the wires. I try to stick to the OEM wattage or less. On page 8-26 in the bulb replacement guide in my 2004 manual says the OEM bulb is 32 watts.

http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/HighPerformance/Silverstar/ProductLine/
 
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