Led fogs

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  1. bryson.pendley

    bryson.pendley Junior Member

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    Has anybody removed their factory fog lights and replaced them with LED lights like the picture? I thought Id seen someone do it, but I can't find the picture.
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    I actually did see someone do this, but it was on a GMC. I looked at it, and they doubled up two of those in one fog light area, and they seemed to be fit in pretty good, and easy, almost meant to be. Not sure about the Dodge, but was going to look into it.
    Right now, I just have some HID Bulbs in the housing, and they are doing just fine.
     
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    Only about a million of us, including me.

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    How did you mount them? My 2013 doesn't have the vertical lights, they're horizontal.

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    Yea I want in on this thread those look good


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    Rigid sells mounting bracket for horizontal fogs. Altered off road sells complete kits for both vertical and horizontal fogs. I vote match box projectors with HIDs. That's what I did lol [​IMG]


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    Do you have any night shots? Those fogs look pretty sweet.
     
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    Thanks. No night shots but I'll take one for you either tonight or tomorrow morning on my way into work . These combined with the HIDs in the headlights are the perfect set up to me. Lighting is great.


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    Link for anyone wanting to do the LED pods. They are cheaper but not as good as the HIDs IMO. Other will say they are just as good. I'm just one guy with 1 opinion http://www.alteredoffroad.ca/category-s/2154.htm


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    I would be one who would disagree. I have two hyperspots and two dual power (hi/low) power Rigids in the driving light pattern. These are wired into the high and low beams respectively. The hyper spots are tied into my "behind grill" lights. Very flexible system with more throw than your HID's. ;) ....

    ....much more expensive though.
     

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