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The biggest issue with doing this is heat. The bulbs themselves are not designed to have that kind of heat put out all the time. Since both the high and low elements are in the same bulb in these designs, it builds a ton of heat. You will see more burnt out bulbs for sure. Some will say the wiring isn't designed for it either, but they are run on completely different circuits, so thats no big deal.
That being said, they're are diagrams out there to run your fogs with the high beams, so I'm sure there are diagrams to run all 3 at the same time.
Do you have fog lights? I found that running them with the high beams offers quite a bit of light in front of the truck depending on how everything is aimed (not aimed up at all to prevent blinding people...)
I see you also have a bull bar...ever considered putting driving lights on it?