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pics of rangers with fog light, off road what ever external light

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i decided that i am buying some off road lights in a couple days and will be using them for fog lights. so i have an idea where i want to mount them but for me and the other members i would like every one to post a pic of their ranger with a day pic of how the lights look on the ranger\where they are mounted and a night pic of how bright they are. preferably looking at the vehicle not a pic of light down the road. thank you every one
 


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you need to mount the LOW. i'd recommend doing actual fog lights for fog lights... for a few reasons.. mainly just that's what its made for. off road lights could work if mounted low enough. but know that my hella's on my bumper are terrible in fog, they are to high and to straight of a beam of light. makes it hard to see..

 
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you need to mount the[m] LOW. i'd recommend doing actual fog lights for fog lights
I agree with B2. They work well as long as they are fog lights and they are mounted as low as possible. Auxiliary / Off road lights are made to be mounted on headlight level or higher. They also have more narrow beams of light where as fog lights cover more area. I just have cheap lights but I like them:



 

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All my lights have blue lences, thats why the light looks a bit more white.
 

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I agree with B2. They work well as long as they are fog lights and they are mounted as low as possible. Auxiliary / Off road lights are made to be mounted on headlight level or higher. They also have more narrow beams of light where as fog lights cover more area. I just have cheap lights but I like them:



That truck is a beauty!! :icon_thumby:
 

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not to much but here they are

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Have stock fogs, the Aux lights aren't really foglights. the stock ones work awesome though

 

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ProComp 55 fog lights
KC Slimlites driving lights





Without the KC's (only headlights and fogs):

 

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Crappy pic from last weekend, but 4 Hella 500FF driving beams on a custom mount, stock fogs on my '04.

MikeR
 

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rkneeshaw i planned on putting my light where yours are well at least the kc's so i guess they will be more like driving lights. i must say thought all of these trucks look great
 

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My fog/driving/spot lights are all-in-one........................... :icon_rofl:


 

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You're saying you only need one switch instead of 3?!?!?!:icon_confused: you're lucky.

 
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