I love my KC Daylighters(#238). I was able to pick them up for under $100 shipped from a place on eBay. I just used them on the way home, I can light up the trees for quite a distance. I used them tonight because the way I go home, you'll usually see some elk, and I saw about 12.
i have factory fog lights and there a really wide light beam driving lights are like a pencil beam of light long and very bright, and long range light are just like they sound kinda of like the driving light long and kinda like a pencil beam of light (someone correct me if im wrong it's been a long day)
Fog: Low wide patter used in low visibility driving Driving: Medium range with medium width beam Long Range/Pencil: long beam narrow beam
Most important thing to know, you don't want fog lights on your windshield as they will shine directly on your hood and blind you.
My KC lights really are not that bulky... and any 6" light mounted on the windshield is going to take up a bit of viewing distance, slim or not. After a couple of weeks, I really didn't pay any attention to the newly installed lights. And I'm actually thinking of picking up some KC fogs or driving and putting them on the tabs on my bumper though.
i have the kc slimlite long ranges on my windshield...and i love em, they deff light up the way on trails.
x2. Love my KC Slimlights. Be sure to get the 130w Long Range version. they also have a cool looking ice blue halogen version.
04 Sahara, with a lift, some stuff, and a few things, on some 33's, blah, blah, blah.
A perpetual work in progress. Too much to list, not nearly enough to matter.
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I'd start off with a good set of E code headlights, add a good set of fogs on the bumper and then put the driving lights on the windshield frame.
I run CIBIE's for headlights, Hella 500's for fog and am looking at some other hella lights for the driving side, more for looks though, around here I rarely get to use the high beams unless late at nite or really early in the morning, too much traffic. Off road they tend to tick off your spotter