New Lighting Kit for Mod Bumper -Baja Designs

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Lighting is very cool, but do we really mount them with painters tape? 🤣



P.S. I realize it is likely a loner and they don't want to scratch the bumper. But it was the first thing that came to mind!

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That's interesting, I had thought mounting lamps in a place that should be empty (for approach angle) wouldn't have too many options?

If you aren't ever going to climb anything or pull the bumper caps then they would work. Although the mirror mounted light pods have a great advantage to the distance they can throw light.
I was hoping they would mount to the bottom piece, with a wiring disconnect.
 

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I'm ALL in on these. I was hoping they would come out with something like this. Looks very well made. Plus I'll have less fear at the carwash then with the lights up by the mirrors.
 

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i like the lights in the bumper for durability. I wonder how the mirror/A-pillar lights will fair going through a car wash? Where I live the more lights the better when the deer are on the move. But for $970 they’ve got to be practical.
Don't wash your Bronco unless you are rubbing it down yourself!
 

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Can I drive on the public roads with all of them on?
No, I think there are ones that are legal and usually cheaper. It will say as much in the description like the one below. I assume they drop before we ever see a bronco...

For example:
Baja Designs - Ford, Super Duty (17- On) /F-150 (15- On), SAE Fog Pocket Kits
While there are many visual characteristics that stayed the same the pattern, and circuitry are optimized in order to give our SAE light a street legal punch!
 

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Don't wash your Bronco unless you are rubbing it down yourself!
Hard to do when it snows 5 months out of the year, they use salt on the roads, and some months it never gets above freezing. YMMD.
 

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I’m glad I added the auxiliary switches at the last minute. Let me order some of these let’s see HOLLLEEEEE SHHEEEEETTTTT $979!! I think I’ll just buy some $3 flashlights at Harbor Freight and duct tape them in. 🤣
 

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I might do one at the very inside, but I don't think I'd do three in that location for the reason you state.
I was thinking similarly... if BD made fog pocket brackets to hold a set of Squadrons to the inside corners, I would most likely go for a pair of Amber SAE's(or Clear SAE's, if preferable... the lens can be changed by the user if they want).
 

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I was hoping they would mount to the bottom piece, with a wiring disconnect.
From the looks of it, the bracket appears to be connected to the top of the fog pocket...
 
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