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saw these on ebay and thought about giving them a try as kind of an alternative to fog lights till i get a new bumper with fogs installed. what do you guys think of them?

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Since they're blue, I dunno how legal they'd be...


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and i dont think they will work for fogs

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and i dont think they will work for fogs
You would be correct.
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The only way the light might touch the road, is if you installed them under the car. I'd save your money for the real fogs.


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The only way the light might touch the road, is if you installed them under the car. I'd save your money for the real fogs.
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well i wasnt going to get the blue ones i was gonna get white ones
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that's fine. but, they will not work as fog light replacements... unless you are going for the look of light coming from the bottom of the fascia, rather than functioning lights.


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i see what you mean
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LEDs are very poor at projecting light at this stage in the technology, hence why you don't see them used in headlamp configurations. I'd just save your money to go toward buying the projectors for the fogs.


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