:agree2:an extra set of fog lights/or another light source is nice. i got a warning from the sheriffs becase i was using them on the highway. i do switch them off when high beam is off. but he seen then and their for offraod use only. Thats all he had to say. so maby watch it if your going to be using spotlights. (sherrif could have been out of donuts that day so he was moody:rof)Guy
I agree with the other guys, higher wattage bulbs will not gain much, that beling said I got some "princess auto" (my fav store!) 9004 bulbs that were 2 for 10$ and they were 80W low and 100W high beam, standard wattage is 45-60, They are definitely brighter, but if they cost 80$ they still would not be worth it.
I installed two 50watt spots from PA (4$ each) and angled them down (have not been flashed by other and they blow the stock bulbs out of the water, even with the after market headlight assys I have. then I have two 100w spots wired to a floor switch for hibeam, and they light up the road for at leat 500plus meters, deer and wildlife dont stand a chance, they were 24$ for 2, on sale they were 14$.
My advice unless you replace the headlight housings, is to add some fog/spot lights in the bumper, they are cheap and will give all the light you need