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Old 28 March 2008, 03:13   #11
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You could go for a Blue sea fuse panel and fit these, then it would be easy to go back to fuses if needed

They also do these which look a neat idea
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Old 29 March 2008, 17:33   #12
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I've just fitted the Hella Nav lights. Not cheap, but they look like they'll last and are certainly bright. I chose them on the basis that most Hella things I've seen are usually good. If VW use Hella for headlights they must be ok.

The chrome casing is in fact just a plastic cover which is a bit disapointing, and the fly leads are pretty short and pathetic, and not even tinned. However, beneath the cover is a fairly hefty alloy moulding which I presume acts as a heatsink.
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