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  1. I did a little write up for the Baja Designs Fog Pocket kit on a 2016-2018 Silverado. https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/Chevy-Silverado-16-18-Fog-Pocket-Kits.asp Here's the fog pocket bracket. Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Next you're going to use the U bracket and hardware included in the kit. Here's the proper orientation. Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr We're ready to put in the Squadron light, using the M6 bolts and serrated washers. Make sure to put in the light from the front. Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Just like that, your done with the bracket setup! Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Behind the bumper, you'll remove the 4 bolts and utilize 3 for the new light. It's a 7mm socket. Use the plug and play adapters, and you're good to go! Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Stock LED headlights on my 2018 Silverado LT Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Amber Squadron Sports Wide Cornering Lens with stock headlights. Huge Improvement!! Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr Untitled by Paul McGrath, on Flickr
  2. Spot lens and it puts out 2450 lumens a piece. Haven't wired them up yet, waiting for my Switch Pros setup!
  3. Just installed my Baja Designs A-Pillar kit with the S2 Pros on my 2018 Chevy Silverado!
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