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With the release of the @Diode Dynamics Fog light pocket kit, we knew it would be a winner! In this video we show you that standard kit, along with some other custom options to fit any need or budget! Check it out!

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With the release of the @Diode Dynamics Fog light pocket kit, we knew it would be a winner! In this video we show you that standard kit, along with some other custom options to fit any need or budget! Check it out!

If you are interested in picking up a kit of your own, head on over to pandamotorworks.com and take advantage of our Black Friday sale! All Diode Dynamics lighting is 15% off with the code "Diode15"!
 

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ALL OF DIODE PRODUCTS ARE 15% OFF!!

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Looks good but even with the discount that's steep! With the aux wiring in place I hope I can add fog lights down there for a fraction of this cost.

They do look great though.
 

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Looks good but even with the discount that's steep! With the aux wiring in place I hope I can add fog lights down there for a fraction of this cost.

They do look great though.

We recommend the SS6 at $360 you get a ton of output and it comes with the wiring needing. (thats before the 15%)

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I was thinking about this the other day, when I saw the end caps RTR is going to offer for the modular bumper.
I reached out to them and they replied that those ends weren't designed with the 3 light pocket kits in mind.
It's good to know there are options and that this would work with them.
I'm just waiting for them to add those end caps to their site so I can see if it (cost wise) is worth it to add the modular bumper to my Bronco order, instead of going with SVC front bumper.
 

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With the release of the @Diode Dynamics Fog light pocket kit, we knew it would be a winner! In this video we show you that standard kit, along with some other custom options to fit any need or budget! Check it out!

Looks like some good solutions. A couple of questions:
  • My Sasquatch OBX would have come with fog lights on a standard bumper, but I upgraded to the steel modular. Do you know if the fog light wiring still exists somewhere behind the bumper to utilize with your fog light kits?
  • I'm installing a Builtright Industries license plate relocation bracket on the bumper. Do you know if this license plate kit and you fog light mounts can coexist? Looks like they may use the same existing bolts in the bumper.
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With the release of the @Diode Dynamics Fog light pocket kit, we knew it would be a winner! In this video we show you that standard kit, along with some other custom options to fit any need or budget! Check it out!

Will you have install videos for the 3-light pocket kits? How many aux switches will it take up to wire them with road legal lights and offroad lights separately? Do I need to have a switch always on to have the backlit amber light?
 

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Looks like some good solutions. A couple of questions:
  • My Sasquatch OBX would have come with fog lights on a standard bumper, but I upgraded to the steel modular. Do you know if the fog light wiring still exists somewhere behind the bumper to utilize with your fog light kits?
  • I'm installing a Builtright Industries license plate relocation bracket on the bumper. Do you know if this license plate kit and you fog light mounts can coexist? Looks like they may use the same existing bolts in the bumper.
    106102_Bronco_LPRK_Modular_summary (1).jpg
Thanks!

https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/factory-fog-light-switch.22937/

Looks like they may have the wiring there depends on the package. you just have to buy the switch and use forscan

I believe they can co exist from others talking on the forum. we have not seen it in person yet
 

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Will you have install videos for the 3-light pocket kits? How many aux switches will it take up to wire them with road legal lights and offroad lights separately? Do I need to have a switch always on to have the backlit amber light?
2-4 That is upto you

I would recommend One For Fogs, One For Aux High Beam, One For Off Road

Amber Backlight I would tie into the parking lights to save a switch.

If you do Fogs for road legal and then off road lighting you would need 2 switches.

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Will you have install videos for the 3-light pocket kits? How many aux switches will it take up to wire them with road legal lights and offroad lights separately? Do I need to have a switch always on to have the backlit amber light?

Jeff,
IF you have the Mod bumper and ordered the High Package that was available on your Badlands , it has the front sensing package that has factory wire harness pigtails for you to add Fog lights using the factory OEM headlight switch unit "that includes fogs". Part numbers are in this thread.

https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/threads/factory-fog-light-switch.22937/

You can order the switch unit for front fogs only or front AND rear fogs. The forum members have an open action item to see if anyone can find the rear fog pigtail in the rear harness. ANYONE FIND IT YET? smile

Note: There were only 5 switches in distribution last week and the guys here purchased them all.
Now back ordered.

I ordered the fog light pocket kit from Diode Dynamics with 3 all clear lenses for each side and with all 3 having amber back lights. It's up to you as an individual to chose your preference. (I used the bigger SS3 and 2 each SS2 units as my preference)
( See @Bigmoose's nice clean 2 light , 2 color install above as his preference)

It's a little daunting at first . I called one supplier and they told me: " read the website, that's what it's for" . VERY RUDE,... so no issue at all....I spent my money elsewhere. Chris or the Diode folks will be happy to help you. Bottom line.....
You can get any backlight color and any lense color, mix and match in the size light that you prefer. Additionally, you can select from multiple brightness outputs ( candelas) to get brighter and BRIGHTER and VERY MUCH BRIGHTER. Read this as $, $$, or $$$$.

Wiring them up is really straight forward: Your back lighting gets spliced into the factory running light wire with no need for using an AUX switch. Fog lamps will either use the factory switch if you have the LUX / High package option. If you do not have this option, you will use an AUX switch . Which aux switch?........ it is based on amp draw of your chosen lights.
Last but not least ,the trail lights go to another AUX switch .

Any issues? ....please call me 256 520 4401 for a conversation. It took me a few hours for my wallet to become dangerously informed .
George
 
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