We have them available right here: https://www.4x4truckleds.com/baja-designs-fog-pocket-kit-for-2021-ford-bronco-modular-bumper/
The SAE ones are Street Legal, thus the SAE rating they have. Not the brightest lights BUT they are street legal fog lights (keyword: fog lights).
Can you get away with Squadrons and S2 on the road? SURE but they won't technically be SAE rated. I run 3x Squadron Pros (not at the same time) on my Raptor and have no issues. I do have them aimed low below my headlights though, so as not to blind anybody on the road.
For my $$, I plan to do Squadron Pro Driving/Combo (for off-roading) and 2x sets of S2 Pro in Wide Cornering (one clear, one amber). That should be a really nice setup while not causing issues on the road.
IF you need street legal, go with the Squadron SAE as your main set of fogs to be on, this way you know Johnny Law won't give you a hard time.
I was looking for a Squadron set up that is street legal since there will be no off road driving, but am instead now considering a Squadron Sport White Driving Combo set given that it is only 25% brighter than a SAE set - with the spots on the bottom and the cornerings on the top. That would provide coverage for Zones 1, 2, and 3 and would always be on at night during good weather. A S2 PRO Driving Combo White set would be beside it - with the spots on the inside and the cornerings on the outside. That would add to the coverage of Zones, 1, 2, 3, and 4 and be on during dark night driving with little traffic. And beside it would be a S2 PRO Driving Combo Amber set - with the spots on the inside and the cornerings on the outside. That would provide coverage in Zones 1, 2, 3, and 4 and be on during inclement weather. All three Upfitters would be used - so each would have its own overhead switch to be turned on or off according to conditions. I used the information below to assist in developing this plan.
Driving/Combo: Maximum trail coverage in a single light. The Driving/Combo pattern is equipped with both Driving (42°) and spot (8°) optics to provide you with a smooth blend of light for both near field applications and distance (Lighting Zone 3)
Wide Cornering: BD was the first to develop a pattern specifically for cornering, dust and/or fog conditions. The Wide Driving pattern offers a 42° flattened horizontal beam for the ultimate in comfort lighting. (Lighting Zones 1 & 2)
Spot: A longer and narrower 8° beam focus for illumination further down the trail or road. The Spot pattern is designed to be used in conjunction with additional Wide Driving and/or Driving/Combo beam lights. (Lighting Zone 4 & 5)
Work/Scene: Excellent work light or “scene light” with an extremely smooth 120° circle that projects about 40ft. This pattern is not suitable for driving. (Lighting Zone 7)