Planning to add some lights to my truck. Marked up a photo for what I want. Since I don't have factory fog lights or the required brackets I'm looking to go full aftermarket.
Those headlights are sweet. Honestly hadn't thought of starting with upgrading my headlights first, but I suppose that does make the most sense.A few of us here have swapped out the headlights for Alpharex projector lights.
Speaking for myself, I highly recommend this first. Then work your way into the fog light swap.
You will have a TON of improved lighting over factory halogens. And you won't have disturbed one bit of factory wiring.
The two inner ones will be challenging...behind that false grill are the bumper mounting points so a flush fit won't work...Planning to add some lights to my truck. Marked up a photo for what I want. Since I don't have factory fog lights or the required brackets I'm looking to go full aftermarket.
Can confirm the Baja Designs Squadron Sports are a massive upgrade. Might want to consider their SAE Fog pattern for use on the roads in the fog light location. I used to run the wide pattern in the fogs on my Focus ST, and the only reason I think i got away with that is due to how low they sit compared to our Rangers.Some mid-high quality led pods in a pattern of your choice based on desired outcome will be great. Baja Designs Squadron Sport combo beam are a HUGE upgrade, and will work great either of those locations. They are brighter than factory lamps and high beams. Then maybe a wider lower fog pattern in the other location. I'd call Baja Designs and have them help you select 2 pair of cubes that compliment each other, again based on what you need. Be purposeful. This will be a great - functional upgrade.
Thanks man.Best bang for your buck high/low beam upgrade for stock XL/ XLT headlight housings.
A ton of us here are running these and are a MASSIVE upgrade. Mine required no adjustment, plug and play everything.
Gotcha. Thanks for the heads up. I see what you mean. That may work to my advantage actually.The two inner ones will be challenging...behind that false grill are the bumper mounting points so a flush fit won't work...
They're aesthetic but also redirect air to aid cooling...don't think it'll kill anything if you stuff a light in there...Rough Country makes a light that fits in there...So the locations I'm wanting to install amber marking lights....what are the slots for? Best I can tell just aesthetics.