"Lighting Zones Explained" Video Series

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Hey Ranger enthusiasts, we wanted to share with you all our new Baja Designs "Lighting Zone" video series. We know the needs of every off-roader and their vehicles are different, so our team here at Baja Designs has created a Lighting Zone system to help you mix and match the right products, with the right lenses, in the right places to achieve the absolute best results.

Check out the overview and breakdown of how to properly select the right lights for your needs and to dive more into the specifics of each zone, visit our Lighting zones page HERE

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Click to watch our lighting zone overview video: https://www.bajadesigns.com/Science-of-Lighting/Lighting-Zones.asp

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Impressive! This is a great guide in an otherwise confusing topic. After watching, I'm now thinking that I shouldn't have went with the Pro fogs. Should have went with Sport level fogs then brighter cornering lights. I'm not trying to add a bunch of lights so maybe having the Pro level will work for both fog and cornering?
 
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Impressive! This is a great guide in an otherwise confusing topic. After watching, I'm now thinking that I shouldn't have went with the Pro fogs. Should have went with Sport level fogs then brighter cornering lights. I'm not trying to add a bunch of lights so maybe having the Pro level will work for both fog and cornering?
Nothing wrong with just having the Pros in your fog pocket. If you are not trying to add too many lights, the Pros will give you very good illumination in Zones 1-3. Nothing beats dedicated cornering lights, but if you are keeping things tame, one pair of Pros is a very good option.
 

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Nothing wrong with just having the Pros in your fog pocket. If you are not trying to add too many lights, the Pros will give you very good illumination in Zones 1-3. Nothing beats dedicated cornering lights, but if you are keeping things tame, one pair of Pros is a very good option.
I'll probably add A-pillar lights too. What would you suggest for those in combination with the Pro fogs?
 

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