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Sale & Lower Pricing: Triple Fog Light Kits at 4x4TruckLEDs.com (w/NEW CrystaLux Brackets)

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by 4x4TruckLEDs.com, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. CRchs1

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    I see on Rigid's social media pages they have a Raptor with 3 of the new 4" 360 lights with backlighting in this fog location, apparently with a Rigid bracket. Do you believe this bracket would accommodate those as well?
     
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    Sure. It'll fit anything that can fit within that opening and behind it. Our CrystaLux brackets have multiple channels you can install lights on.

    If you want to set this kit up with the 360 lights we can price it out for you
     
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    That would be great, thank you!
     
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    Do you have a link or pic?
     
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    Here is the photo he was referencing. So I was talking to him. They'll fit BUT you'll still have some light blocked. Even with our brackets... it's just a little larger then most lights (being 4" round). I dunno if I personally like the look of the round lights down there, especially with them getting blocked. Doable sure... but at what expense is the real question (losing light)
     
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    Thanks, you answered my question. I couldn't picture how three 4" rounds could fit in that hole! I'll stick with the Squadrons like I asked you about. :cheers:
     
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    Are the Radiance lights you have on sale now street legal? I drive long distances at night through White Tail deer country and would like to position some to point towards the passenger side ditches. If not, can I work with you to build a package that has the outside pods that would be able to run on a street.
     
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    No. Radiance are not SAE rated. You might be able to get away with keeping 1 pair on though, as the Radiance lights don't have the best output. They are basically spot patterns and don't throw light too far. Radiance lights are not ideal if you want to actually use your lighting. They are better suited if you want the back-light feature. But for $499 (right now) it's still a nice upgrade over nothing.

    If you want the best performance then you want the Baja Designs lights tailored for your driving needs. Wide Cornering are good for the side lighting. Spots are good to throw light up the road. Driving/Combos are both (spot and wide cornering in 1 lens).

    I like Squadron SAEs in white and Amber (so you can pick which color you turn on based on the weather... as amber is better for foul weather). Then driving/Combos as the last set since it gives you a little bit of everything.

    Or if you didn't want to do the SAEs you could do

    S2 Wide Cornering (good for road use as it's a smaller light with less output, just make sure you focus the light pattern so it's not glaring above your headlights).

    Squadron Wide Cornering (good to add even more lighting on the roads, say on a back-road somewhere where you just want some more "ditch" lighting)

    Squadron Spots (to throw light far down range)

    We have some pre-selected setups as well if you wanted to make life easy:

    Sportsmen: https://www.4x4truckleds.com/2017-ford-raptor-triple-fog-light-kit-w-baja-designs-lights-sportsmen/
    • S2 Sport, Wide Cornering (Pair)
    • Squadron Sport, Driving/Combo (Pair)
    • Squadron Sport, Spot (Pair)
    Pro: https://www.4x4truckleds.com/2017-ford-raptor-triple-fog-light-kit-w-baja-designs-lights-pro/
    • S2 Sport, Wide Cornering (Pair)
    • Squadron Pro, Driving/Combo (Pair)
    • Squadron Pro, Spot (Pair)
    Unlimited: https://www.4x4truckleds.com/2017-ford-raptor-triple-fog-light-kit-w-baja-designs-lights-unlimited/
    • S2 Pro, Wide Cornering (Pair)
    • Squadron Pro, Driving/Combo (Pair)
    • Squadron Racers, Spot (Pair)
     
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    Outfit your truck with some of the best LED Fog Lights money can buy. Our Triple Fog Light Kits offer you the most adjustments out of any kit on the market, while allowing you to choose exactly which lights to go with. We all live in different parts of the country/world and as such have different needs for our lighting. What works for the local Starbucks run in Wyoming might not work for the off-road enthusiast going to Baja. We got you covered though!

    Our new CrystaLux Triple Fog Light Brackets have the most adjustments of any bracket currently on the market.
    -Made in the United States (right here on Long Island)
    -11 Gauge Stainless Steel
    -Powder Coated to add another level of protection
    -Vertical Mounting points allow you to center the entire assembly in your bumper opening
    -Horizontal Mounting points allow you to slide your lights left/right
    -3 different horizontal channels to choose from allowing you to mount your lights as forward/backward in the opening as you need
    -Align each light individually up/down/left/right allowing you to focus your light precisely where you need it
    -The only fog kit on the market that offers our "Raptor Lifetime Guarantee". If you damage the CrystaLux bracket in anyway during the course of "Raptoring" we'll replace the bracket(s) free of charge (that means if you take it off a sweet jump and land on a rock crushing the stainless steel, we'll replace the bracket for you).

    Not only that, but we're the only ones currently offering extension brackets for your Baja Designs lights. Typically you would mount your lights upside down (hanging from the bracket). The downside to this is that your Baja Designs logo will be upside down and, more importantly, your lenses might be upside down. We're currently the only ones who have custom designed in-house an extension bracket that attaches to the Baja Designs lights that lets you hang them right-side up. That means a quicker and easier installation (as you do not have to remove any bezels on the Baja Designs lights).

    These extension brackets are also made right here on Long Island out of stainless steel and powder coated black as well (ensuring everything matches and a lifetime of use).

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    Check out our promotion video here for a demonstration on how the system works:


    It's time to take back control of your lighting again.

    Available with Baja Designs & Rigid Industries lights.

    http://www.4x4truckleds.com/vehicle...2017-2018-f-150-raptor/triple-fog-light-kits/
     
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    NOT just for Raptors! Jacob may not be a Raptor owner but he still took advantage of our new brackets for the Baja Designs S2/Squadron lights (our extension brackets). He needed to hang the lights on his truck so he went with a pair of our extension brackets to solve his issue. Not too shabby.

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