Sold: Rigid D-Series Pro High/Low Amber Diffused

trailscape

Explorer
Lights are sold. Thank you.

I decided not to use these lights and I'll make someone a deal on them. I only opened the box and briefly bench tested them.

Includes two lights, hardware and wiring harness, original packaging. Located in the Denver area if you'd like to pick up.

Say $180 shipped?



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drrags

New member
don't amber area fogs usually not have a beam? I really don't know.
True fogs would have a DOT pattern and not interfere with on-coming traffic. If you used these in actual fog, it would light up all the fog in front of you, maybe making things worse. I have these in white in my rear bumper. It's great for lighting up the campsite.
 

trailscape

Explorer
why are these considered rear facing? Could they be used as fogs?
Mostly due to the pattern and they would be terrible fog lights. There's little use for this light in a forward application.

A good fog beam projects low with the intent of not illuminating the fog itself. These work best mounted up high to cover an area around the vehicle.

They probably have the shortest distance with the diffused lens, but it creates a really nice circular pattern.

I decided to stick with a single flush mounted SR-Q version.
 

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