Aftermarket Fog Lights - Modular Front Bumper

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Here’s the new Raptor reveal bumper and I bet some aftermarket company (or Ford) will offer some insert very similar to this made to fit into the opening in the Bronco HD Mod bumper. Look closely and the fog lights appear to be an insert into the bumper opening.

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The thing that bugs me about LED fog lamps, and especially the amber ones! Is all the A-holes that have them on 24 hours a day not aimed correctly and blind the shit out of everyone! Thats why I carry a bag of ball bearings!
 

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The thing that bugs me about LED fog lamps, and especially the amber ones! Is all the A-holes that have them on 24 hours a day not aimed correctly and blind the shit out of everyone! Thats why I carry a bag of ball bearings!
Agreed. It doesn't take long to aim them properly.
 

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The thing that bugs me about LED fog lamps, and especially the amber ones! Is all the A-holes that have them on 24 hours a day not aimed correctly and blind the shit out of everyone! Thats why I carry a bag of ball bearings!
That's why you'll see us constantly recommending folks use WIDE CORNERING as their "fog light" and aim them BELOW the headlight cut-off. It's a fog light, it needs to cover the ground down low, not high.

But yes folks do need to aim their lights properly when they install them.

Here's a photo of my truck and I honestly never run any of the lights (except my headlights) at night. If it's raining or bad weather, i'll turn my ambers on, but they are again aimed below the headlight (as are the other white pair, i have 2 sets of wide cornering).

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The thing that bugs me about LED fog lamps, and especially the amber ones! Is all the A-holes that have them on 24 hours a day not aimed correctly and blind the shit out of everyone! Thats why I carry a bag of ball bearings!
Yep, we are all very sure you do that... Totally acceptable to act like a real badass (in a forum).
 

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Yep, we are all very sure you do that... Totally acceptable to act like a real badass (in a forum).
It is truly annoying when people run fog lights when it is not wet or foggy but not ball bearing worthy. On the other hand, on gravel roads on my motorcycle behind a 4x4 with no place to pass and the truck had too much “poke”, highly tempting.
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