After getting my first cheapo LED light bar, I'm hooked. I love the obscene amount of light pouring out of them for locating camp at night, setting up camp, bombing down desert backroads, recovery situations, etc.
Been looking for lower draw, decent Amber LED fog lights and can't seem to find any. I do drive through serious snow storms over Vail Pass and the Divide and find the amber light cuts the reflection nicely.
I guess my question is why don't we see these available? If they are around, who makes'em? I would think that reflector technology is far enough along to create a nice wide, flat beam with good cutoff so as not to blind traffic. for fog lights I can't imagine needing 10000 lumens, either.
Anyway...I'm curious about the technology, light patterns, wavelengths etc...or maybe fogs are right around the corner. I'm hoping 2000UZJ or BajaDesigns might chime in with some enlightenment.
Thanks for entertaining this question.
it seems there are both white and amber fog lights for car and ship. what are there difference?
I’m filling a total of 4) 4” circular holes in a Tundra winch bumper with the VisionX 3.7” units (good fit for a 4” overall hole).Anybody have any recent updates on this? I’ve been looking but can’t find anything. I can’t (or won’t) spend hundreds.
In other words: I want a super cheap light that is also awesome!
I went through this painful search and finally arrived at a pricey PIAA yellow LED bar - it throws more wide than far, which is good for where i live and spotting dear in crappy conditions which was my motivation in the first place, and I've been very happy with it.
You can see pics and details in this post here:
What have you done to your 100 Series this week?