Best fog lights to run?

Discussion in 'Trucks [ Eighteen Wheelers ]' started by Peterbiltt, Dec 11, 2020.

  1. moonshine powered

    moonshine powered Bobtail Member

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    So I picked up a pair of Baja Designs squadron pros with the amber lens that are flush mount. I just cut put 2 square holes in the bumper.
    These are not road legal by any means. We do a lot of driving in conditions that warrant interstates being closed due to inclement conditions. I just used them in the first pretty heavy snow this evening and WOW. They cut through the snow to the point the only reason you know its snowing or raining is because you need your wipers on.
     
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  3. Peterbiltt

    Peterbiltt Light Load Member

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    I will check those out.

    I know a dim light is the best light for a snowstorm, but obviously im not going to be running these lights all the time to blind people lol. Its just for times you really need them. I have grote led fog lights (older pair) and they honestly do nothing.
     
  4. marmonman

    marmonman Road Train Member

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    Perlux yellow lenses fog lights with the louvers. Best lights hands down for snow and fog . The light stays low and wide wont blind you or oncoming traffic. The yellow cuts the snow and fog blindness . These are all I have ran for 40 years .
     
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