Discussion in 'Exterior' started by smcnair, Jul 11, 2017.
How bright you want them to be. I'm sure we got some options for that.
drive a lot of winding country roads at night...I have to replace the housings because the reflective material on one has disintegrated so I thought I would look at using the LED option as an alternative
Mine work great! Drove from New York to Florida back in February, my wife drove a couple of hours early evening each way. She was amazed at how bright the 36 watt spotlights were that I was using for the driving lights.
Just make sure you get the spotlights, I believe they are a 30 degrees spread, versus the flood lights that are a 60-degree beam pattern. Mine are angled down low enough so that the upper cut off is actually lower than where my low beams are. I've had a cop check them out, he said that they didn't bother him as he was across the opposite side of an intersection.
What headlights do you have in that truck?
i have seen guys get the morimoto ( spelling? ) they look good. I would see what Vanquish has, i have there high and low beams, 100% happy with them.
I picked those up about a month ago or so (plan on installing them soon). Everyone else told me they had great results with them and reviews were good.
those would be great under the rear bumper but what I want is something that comes close to the size and shape of the factory fog light...
These are the ones I used on my dad's truck
RTD 2Pcs 4-1/2" 4.5Inch LED Passing Light for Harley Davidson Fog Lamps with White DRL Auxiliary Light Bulb Motorcycle Spot Driving Lamp (Black) https://www.amazon.com/
I can't get high and fogs on...got a pic of your fuse box? I can only get the high 6 mod to work.
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