|01-23-2006 10:03 PM|
For what it's worth, since you will be using fogs on the street you may want to check local laws and keep them on the bumper. 'Round here we can't run a light on the public roads if it sits above the level of the headlights.
I run clear off road lights mounted on the windshield that work well on logging roads, trails, etc at night and allow extra time to react to deer and moose.
|01-18-2006 09:09 PM|
|09-27-2005 12:13 AM|
|khenderson||no prob.....not the best, but it might work to give you a decent idea.|
|09-26-2005 07:18 PM|
|jrhorton||thanks for the picture!|
|09-26-2005 04:42 PM|
here's a quick photochop of what my jeep would look like with a pair of lights on the bumper and the hoop.
|09-26-2005 04:31 PM|
|09-25-2005 04:17 PM|
|khenderson||i've got a bumper with a hoop so i've got two down low and then 2 will be mounted up higher.....two fogs up high and two spots down low. see avatar.|
|09-25-2005 06:21 AM|
|09-25-2005 04:54 AM|
You can add a bumper hoop and mount a couple a little higher off the bumper. Or you could mount a second set off of the windshield hinges. They make brackets that you bolt on to add them there.
Don't rightly think I have ever seen 4 fogs on a bumper.
|09-25-2005 01:03 AM|
|khenderson||yep. i've got a pair of KC's on my bumper. i'll be adding a second set to the bumper and probly some up on the window as well.|
|09-24-2005 09:11 PM|
|willness33||I personally like the bumper, especially for fogs. Keeps the beam as low as possible. Also, keep them towards the middle so you don't knock them around while wheeling. My .02.|
|09-24-2005 01:50 PM|
Where's the best place to mount...
...a second set of fog lights. I'm looking at the round, Hella 500 amber set. If anyone has advice, such as wiring, etc. it would be appreciated. Any pictures would be nice too.