The Hella Euros have clear fogs just like the Bosch ones I have. I got some Hella H3 bulbs that projects yellow to compensate. Works just fine. The Hella H3 white fog lights are much brighter but the point is to be able to see in nasty weather conditions. I ve tried both. I prefer the yellow bulbs.Thanks for the info.
Are all Hella Euros have yellow fogs?
That price include shipping?
LHD refers to what side the steering wheel is on, not what side of the road you drive on. So LHD lights from Germany work fine in North America. The RHD lights from the UK won't work cause they'll blind oncoming traffic.Got reply back from the seller, those are LHD euro headlights from a German car.
Funny that 25 years later, than I consider upgrading to euros....LOL.
Would I have much of a issue with alignment?
Would I get a lot of pissed off on coming drivers?
EDIT: In his ad, he states those Hellas are made for the French market, but it's from a German car. But France & Germany are RHD countries...so how can they be LHD euros?
As a matter of fact, I think the only LHD european country is UK.
Thanks 355190E26, for clearing that up....confusing.LHD refers to what side the steering wheel is on, not what side of the road you drive on. So LHD lights from Germany work fine in North America. The RHD lights from the UK won't work cause they'll blind oncoming traffic.
Aligning the lights isn't too hard. Just google "Daniel Stern lighting" because he has a good DIY on how to aim them.
I've had Euros for two years and never had anyone high beam me back. Adding vacuum adjustment helps especially when you have a heavy load in the back.
YES, it is that yellow fog look...that got my attention.if you like the yellow fog look, I've read about people swapping the yellow reflectors from the original assembly to the Euro set.