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Hey guys!

Let me introduce myself. My name is Kevin and I have been a Ford fan almost my whole life. Currently have a '18 Fiesta ST as my DD and an '03 Cobra that makes over 770 to the tire. Previously had a Focus RS with the 2.3l EB

I've been looking at getting rid of my Fiesta in a year or two and scooping up a Ranger as the need for a truck is higher and higher with age

Anyway, I recently partnered up with a friend of mine who is what you would call a "lightbulb aficionado" of sorts.

Over the past 2 years we have been making custom, quality yellow and white fog lamps for automotive enthusiasts out there like me.

We have sold more than 150 kits to the RS community and want to start helping the Ranger community next!

We use only the highest quality halogens available manufactured from only USA or Germany.



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To introduce ourselves to the Ranger community, my partner and I would like to give away 3 sets of yellow H11 fog lamps. All we ask for is a few photos, and your honest impressions of the bulbs!

If we do well, we can also work on higher output lowa andhigh beams next.

I attached a few photos of our past work

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I just took yellow tint and put it over the light housing on my Focus ST:idea:

 

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@Intervention302 I am not familiar with the new LED head and fog lights that come on the Lariat....would these even be possible with the Lariat lights being LED ? I like yellow fogs in the winter as they really make the yellow road markings "pop". For the folks that have the XL or XLT, these should be an easy mod. (Bold so I don't get flamed :)
 
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@Intervention302 I am not familiar with the new LED head and fog lights that come on the Lariat....would these even be possible with the Lariat lights being LED ? I like yellow fogs in the winter as they really make the yellow road markings "pop". For the folks that have the XL or XLT, these should be an easy mod. (Bold so I don't get flamed :)
So I havent had a chance to get my hand son a ranger just yet....

But it seems the bulbs I can offer will only work for the XL and XLT trucks. The Lariats will be extremely hard to modify. Sort of like the S550 mustang

Not something halogens will work with
 
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I just took yellow tint and put it over the light housing on my Focus ST:idea:

Not a bad idea.

Some like the look of the yellow bulbs with the film over them. Personally, its not my taste, but I know many do like them.

It will somewhat negatively impact the amount of usable lumens down the road. How much, that's hard to really say


Comes down to preference really
 

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Not a bad idea.

Some like the look of the yellow bulbs with the film over them. Personally, its not my taste, but I know many do like them.

It will somewhat negatively impact the amount of usable lumens down the road. How much, that's hard to really say


Comes down to preference really
Like you said it's just a matter of preference. Personally I like the look of the yellow pop on the fogs, which ironically we never really get fog. Nor crazy weather that you actually really use them for what there meant for. So lousing a bit of light is not a big deal.

Now, with all that said, I can't send the yellowed halogen look on the headlights. When my Ranger XLT gets here in a couple of weeks, it's literally the first thing I'm changing. Need a higher Kelvin bulb, to get that whiter light. Did the same thing on the Focus as well. Do you guys do regular headlight bulbs too, or just the fogs?
 
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Like you said it's just a matter of preference. Personally I like the look of the yellow pop on the fogs, which ironically we never really get fog. Nor crazy weather that you actually really use them for what there meant for. So lousing a bit of light is not a big deal.

Now, with all that said, I can't send the yellowed halogen look on the headlights. When my Ranger XLT gets here in a couple of weeks, it's literally the first thing I'm changing. Need a higher Kelvin bulb, to get that whiter light. Did the same thing on the Focus as well. Do you guys do regular headlight bulbs too, or just the fogs?

We can definitely get you a good deal on a combo price of low/high/fog bulbs.

Whatever you need.


When it comes to halogens, the higher the Kelvin, the lower the lumen output. But there is defodefini a happy medium where the light can be a nice attractive, bright white and still have great output.


Shoot me a PM when you're ready
 

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We can definitely get you a good deal on a combo price of low/high/fog bulbs.

Whatever you need.


When it comes to halogens, the higher the Kelvin, the lower the lumen output. But there is defodefini a happy medium where the light can be a nice attractive, bright white and still have great output.


Shoot me a PM when you're ready
I mite just swap out the fogs for actual LED cubes...we'll see.

Thanks
 

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Why don’t you list the price? You can get yellow fogs from Hella for about $15. They’ve lasted 5 years so far in my GTI
 

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