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    Default Silvervision indicator bulbs

    Anyone know where to get these cheap. Cheapest I've managed to find so far is about £19 delivered for 2 pairs. Anyone beat this?

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    How about these mate?

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    Wow. They're VERY silver, aren't they?! Have you bought these yourself?

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    No - I found them for Duncan a few weeks ago but he got some from somewhere else... might be worth PM'ing him to find out from where?!

    Chris.

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    It was Graeme that ordered them for me. I think it was powerbulbs, not 100% sure, and I can't recall the exact price, but £19 for two pairs sounds like they may be cheaper. I do remember that you got a set of BlueVision sidelights free though!

    I'm on a train at the moment so I can't check the details, but I'll look when I get back - unless Graeme comes along first.

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    I have ordered the proper Philips jobbies at a cost of £19.47 delivered. This price was from a Vaux bits supplier, funnily enough http://www.redgriffin.co.uk .

    When they arrive I'll post some before and after piccies, so peeps can see what they do for the look of the car.

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    Ah, sorry m8 - I was going to get back to you!

    It was PowerBulbs (www.powerbulbs.com) and it was £13.45 for pair (with a free pair of BlueVision sidelights). So your £19 for two pairs is definitely cheaper.

    Before and after pics would be good for other people to see. I didn't take a pic, just looked at one side compared to the other after fitting one bulb. You'll see a difference - less orange visible in the reflector/light area.

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    Got an even cheeper result

    simply get a tin of silver spray paint
    and lighty dust the bulb
    work on my B and still looking good after 18months
    doesn,t affect the brightness

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    You can see from the pics
    no "egg yolk" look from the indictors and thats using the spray paint!

    not spending £20 on fancy bulbs

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