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Just ordered some rigid industries d2 driving pattern beam to put in the location of my stock fogs(my truck didnt come with stock fogs). I know these will be too bright for oncoming traffic, but lets hear from the guys that already have some on how they like them. Atleast make me feel good about my purchace haha.

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My uncle had a set of 4 amber ones on his Ford Raptor and those things are sweet. They were plenty bright during the day and couldn't have them on at night because they were to bright. They threw off some serious amounts of light and they were coupled with two six inch bars and a 50 inch bar so you can imagine haha. I have thought about getting some, but they are to pricey for me. But you don't have to worry man, you bought some of the best lights on the market.

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My uncle had a set of 4 amber ones on his Ford Raptor and those things are sweet. They were plenty bright during the day and couldn't have them on at night because they were to bright. They threw off some serious amounts of light and they were coupled with two six inch bars and a 50 inch bar so you can imagine haha. I have thought about getting some, but they are to pricey for me. But you don't have to worry man, you bought some of the best lights on the market.
Thanks, make me feel better. I got a pair for just about 300 bucks, which is not me to buy something like that, but i had some extra money and said what the heck.

e99 F-250 Regular cab lariat 4x4 manual transfer case, 6 speed 7.3
Warn Premium Hubs
Isspro ev2 Pyro and Boost
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