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LED fog lights

Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by ajw1275, May 27, 2018.

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    1. ajw1275

      ajw1275 New Member

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      Has anyone done a LED pods for the fog light on a 2nd gen? I have seen pictures of f150s and others but none on a 2nd gen explorer
       
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      Explorer2.0 Our low milage and well cared for 2nd Gen TARDIS! Elite Explorer

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      We've changed interior and backup bulbs to LED and are happy with the results. We recently tried "(2) 80W CREE LED Bright White 880 884 885 890 892 899 LED DRL Driving Running Light, Fog Light, Off Road Light" from Amazon, just for the heck of it. The design placed the LEDs facing the reflector. For 20 bucks we figured it was worth a shot. As DRL they would've been fine, nice and white. As fogs they didn't provide any usable illumination so we stuck the 50w Phillips back in.

      We're interested in any ideas, also!

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