coughy wrote: if i can change them to spot lights like theses ebay ones i found and be leagal
coughy wrote:as thes would solve my problem of lighting up close as my main driving hids ar just awsome. need to fill in the closer lighting near the car
NowForThe5th wrote:One thing to remember is that very few, if any, of these lights meet any kind of standard, whether that be for DRLs or fog lights. They are usually too bright to use as DRLs and the beam pattern is almost totally uncontrolled, making them useless as fog lights. In either case the glare makes them a hazard to other drivers unless used solely in conjunction with high beam.
Of course, as driving lights they don't have to meet any standard but the usual situation is that they provide excessive foreground lighting, making your high beams or driving lights less effective because you're blinded by the foreground. The driveway photos earlier in this thread actually clearly demonstrate this - the distance vision is way better without the extra lights.
Headley wrote:On a triton they are way too high up to be effective on any fog you manage to find
Danos wrote:Any thoughts or concerns with this?
RHKTriton wrote:The other purpose of the spoiler mounted fog lights is a attempt to get light below the thicker fog and hopefully let oncoming vehicles see you from further away.
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