Originally Posted by Jason @ Warrior
That said, my fogs are PIAA 520's. The 510 and 540 are also nice.
PIAA does make a nice light.
I have used the Delta 150 Series fogs for over 3 years now. They have an abs plastic housing and lens guard, wiring kit with switch and relay, and are around $100.
Another one to look into.....
I just installed Warn's new fogs. They are $119, a little over the $100 mark, but they are very bright. So far I am pleased with them. Plus they're small, I think 3.5" round.
I was wondering about the warns. Do they have a nice sharp cutoff to keep them low? I like the size of them, though they are a bit more $$ than I want to spend since all I find are the wireless ones. (I haven't looked that hard yet)
i ran these on my brother's JK and my JK. they have a 100% fog pattern. very similar to a stock TJ fog pattern. there's a very sharp cut off. they were excellent in heavy snow/fog. the quality is just ok, but the price is cheap.
there are way better lights out there. but for the $ these delivered fine for 2 years.
For that price they don't have to last
I have run the hella 500s on 3 of my jeeps and never had an issue. They are around the $70 mark.
Another to look at...
Originally Posted by RiverCityOffroad
Let me know what you pick out and I'll save you some money!
I figure as long as its a fog beam pattern and pointed at the road you should be fine, they let us get away with it in my neck of the woods anyway. Everywhere is different though.
Same here, you can put just about anything on the road here.
I just finished looking on ebay. I'm trying to replace my fogs that I took off 3 years ago. My problem is I want 35w that way I can just hook right back into the factory harness and not deal with relays and stuff.
You might have to go LED or HID for that.
Thanks for all the ideas!