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post #21 of 29 Old 03-20-2014, 11:16 AM
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even at night.. fog lights dont really do all that much
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even at night.. fog lights dont really do all that much
they do if its foggy, rainy or stormy...
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not in my experience
i'd say barely. they are just too weak
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Plus it depends how bright you have it, some people will install brighter bulbs or HID's so they can really see.



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i have HIDs in my fog lights

even still.. all they do is light up the area right in front of you on the floor
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i have HIDs in my fog lights

even still.. all they do is light up the area right in front of you on the floor
putting them inside of a projector would really help and even allow you to aim them properly



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I see a little panel right above the radiator opening. Could that be for a foglight?
That's a flip up door for installing the tow-eye bolt. There's also one on the rear bumper.
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if you're enterprising, handy with your electrical and NEED fog lights I'm positive you could mount a set down in the bottom grill..



HIGHLY unlikely we get foglights in NA as the NA spec NV does not get them either...
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they do sell those "universal" fogs that you can easily hook up their, i'd like to see someone install one of those kits



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