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SYLVANIA H11 SilverStar Ultra High Performance Halogen Headlight Bulb, (Pack of 2) by Sylvania


Product Description
  • See Sylvania’s Automotive Bulb Replacement Guide in the Technical Details below to confirm compatibility
  • Brightest downroad = most downroad visibility
  • Whiter light for added clarity
  • Legal for on road use
  • OE (Original Equipment) Manufacturer
  • Lights dim over time, replace in pairs for optimal performance


Product Information

Technical Details

Brand

Sylvania

Model

34157

Item Weight

73 g

Product Dimensions

3.8 x 16.5 x 14.9 cm

Item model number

H11SU.BP2

Manufacturer Part Number

H11SU.BP2

ASIN

B008BE04C6

Shipping Weight

136 g



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