Question on replacing the PSX24W fogs with LEDs
I've been doing a lot of research on fogs since one of my PSX24W bulbs burned out.
There are numerous threads of people converting to LED lights, but only one thread brought up a concern I have.
The recent extreme cold weather and snowfall made me realize how important it is to have true fog lights. Something that will light up the road markings, but not throw so much light back in my face as to make snow/fog driving dangerous.
It was stated that true fog lights have a 'cut off' to keep the light from projecting too far upward, and that LED lights tend to scatter light all over. I'm not 100% convinced of this (I don't remember seeing anything on the bulb or in the housing that would do this).
What would be a good LED conversion to use that will not blind oncoming drivers, and can be utilized in snowy/foggy conditions?
Anyone have pics of their LED fogs in snow/fog situations?
I don't care if it is the Rigid replacement, Vision X, or a cheap $15 LED bulb as long as it works correctly.