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How-To: Aim Aftermarket Fog/Driving Lights.


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Here's a link to a tidbit of basic tech for aiming aftermarket fog and/or driving lights. You can click on the image to see the drawing really well, too. As we all know, factory "fog" lights are more cosmetic than functional!: http://www.propickupmag.com/aiming-fogdriving-lights/

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  • 2 weeks later...

That is very helpful. I will say that Fog lights provide eke with some great value. I know that for the t typical application (including fog) they really aren't all that useful. For those of you that may not do tho wall the time I will call it out. I spend a lot of time on highways and back country roads that have constant deer traffic. While the OEM fog lamps don't light up much of the road they do a great job of lighting the ditch. I always put them on at dusk and while night driving these areas. they have helped me spot many a set of deer eyes at night. This just might save you some serious damage if you didn't already know.


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