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Actually someone posted this in another thread, so technically I can share this with you, right?
getting this when i try that link:
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never mind, works fine when downloaded!





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So those are the day running lights I take it. I usually pull the fuse for those so they aren't always on.
 

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No, Bronco has reflector LEDs.
Ok,Ok , ya'll got me . I'm off my game today . I don't know what I was thinking cause in my head I knew they were reflector ,LOL . These are probably better than the standard single bulb for High/low that Ford usually does though . I bet they are close to being the same effect as a projector since they use two separate reflectors .
 

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These are projectors , just in a round housing . Look at the closeup and you can see the two separate lenses .
They are not projectors. There are two separate LED clusters in front of a reflector. Just like this.

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The paint wearing off on that bottom rear hinge is making me nervous.
Even though they keep saying "pre-production", fix the issue. I would be greatly pissed if this happens on my rig.
Looks like a stopper,,,,for the gate
 

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Ok,Ok , ya'll got me . I'm off my game today . I don't know what I was thinking cause in my head I knew they were reflector ,LOL . These are probably better than the standard single bulb for High/low that Ford usually does though . I bet they are close to being the same effect as a projector since they use two separate reflectors .
Not only that, but when engineering led reflector modules like this, you can angle the individual reflective surfaces down to the mm based on where you know the individual LEDs are... optimizing the design significantly better than an incandescent reflector housing.

I’m not worried about performance in the least.
 

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Agreed!! The lower-trim versions are more retro; which I like. BB for me; and I’ll spend my upgrade budget on a wild rims/tires setup.
I like both. The ones on the WT I am getting are really cool with the DRL's.
But the "Lower trim" ones to me are really old school cool.
I am old enough to remember cruising back in the day, sitting with your parking lights on, and it was really cool vibe. Especially in the dusk light where you could check out paint jobs, shiny chrome wheels, etc.
Something about parking with the parking lights on and the radio going in the background while sitting at a campfire also is something I miss.
Call me crazy but I like the lower-trim lights a bit better.
 

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Is it just me or do these appear to be the 'base' headlights (this is the new 'mansquatch' video)? The ambers turn on first then the headlights, with no indication of the 'signature' DRL anywhere. Usually when headlights are on with fancy DRLs the DRL stays on with the headlight, no?

Just trying to point this out as a possible example of the 'base' headlights as I know many have wanted to see them.
 

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Is it just me or do these appear to be the 'base' headlights (this is the new 'mansquatch' video)? The ambers turn on first then the headlights, with no indication of the 'signature' DRL anywhere. Usually when headlights are on with fancy DRLs the DRL stays on with the headlight, no?

Just trying to point this out as a possible example of the 'base' headlights as I know many have wanted to see them.
Yep! Those are both the standard front lights and rear (incandescent) lights shown in that video.
 

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