This LED Conversion has all the functions of a standard halogen bulb but with Bright White 6000k Lighting. Which provides a brilliant luminous light output, closer to the color temperature of daylight and dramatically improves light projection distance and overall visibility. These projector beams are sure to Illuminate Your Path!
60W/Set; 30W/Each high output top quality 10W CREE chip LED lights.
Provides the Best Driving Experience in Foggy Environments.
Plug 'N' Play installation with OEM Fitment
Operating voltage: 9-30V
Current: DC 2.8A
Out power: 30W
Luminous flux: 2400LM/Bulb
LED Chip: CREE LED Chip
Color Temperature: 6000k
Material: Aluminum+Toughed Glass+Plastic
Life-span: more than 50000hrs
For '07-'18 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 - door
For '07-'18 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door
For Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011-2013
For Dodge Journey 2009 -2013
For Dodge Magnum 2005-2008
For Dodge Charger 2011-2013
For Chrysler 300 2005-2010 Touring or Limited models only
For Chrysler PT Cruiser 2006-2010
For 92-01 AM General Hummer
For 03-09 Hummer H1 & H2
For Land Rover Defender 90 & 110
Note: (Hard Rock/10th Anniversary Edition Bumpers require an additional Bracket)
2x Xprite 4" 60w LED Fog Lights
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Really nice addition to an all LED front light upgrade. Super bright and worth the effort.
Very good ... very fast delivery
These things are REALLY BRIGHT. The Halo's are awesome looking and really stand out. The fog lights themselves are a huge step up from the stock ones too. The installation is fairly easy and only requires a little bit of soldering/splicing. It took me about 2-3 hours, the hardest part was getting access to the fog lights. The fog lights themselves are plug and play. The yellow wire I spliced that into the left most wire (turn signal wire opposite the black ground wire) of the turn signal light. I always have my lights on auto so when my headlights come on, at dusk/dawn or at night, the halos on the fog lights come on with them. If you want the halo's on all the time, day and night, you need to run the yellow wire I believe to the fuse box so when the car is on, the halos are on, and when the car is off the halos are off. Originally I was aiming to do this to match my headlight halo during the day but then I realized these things are wayyyy to bright for my liking during the day. I would recommend getting some zip ties and split tubing to keep the wiring clean if you choose to wire the halo/yellow wire.
so I ordered these and was very pleased at first, but then somewhat dissatisfied, the positives are they are very bright, easy to install, and look great, the negative that bothers me is, as soon as I turn my fog lights on I loose most if not all of my radio reception, so if its important to you or listen to the radio a lot, I would not recommend these lights. from what I read online this is a common problem with led lights, something about the lights giving off junk radio frequencies, caused by a cheap poorly made circuit board in the lights. I have a new antenna on the way if it helps I will update my review.
These took a little longer than anticipated to install, but they look and work amazingly! The main reason i had such a difficult time was taking the whole bumper and grill off, but the wiring was easy. I really wish I would have bought the matching headlights in this brand! The picture is with the halos on only, not the fog lights, but the fog lights themselves are way brighter than stock, and theyou definitely overpower the green, so it doesn't look like your running with green fog lights!
They are bright as expected. I wired the DRL ring to a spare fuse port to come on with the ignition. The drivers side was a pain to install, and the passenger side was easy. The adjustment screws need a little lubricant to make it easier to adjust. My Jeep is a 2014 JKU Sahara, and it has an access hole underneath the bumper to adjust the fogs with an allen wrench after install. To install I removed the grill and the cover between the bumper and grill. It helps to use a mirror to see the screws (phillips four on each fog).
I installed these in place of my factory fogs on my 2013 Jeep JK. They are well built, infant better than the OEM fogs. The are bright too. For the money, I cannot complain. I got the Xprites with the bus halo ring. Was thinking it would be a subtle blue, but they are definitely a strong blue color. Overall, I am happy and they were easy to install. I connected the yellow halo ring wires to my existing power line off my KC lights and added a separate switch inside my cabin. This way I could operate my halo lights independently.
Wow. I am thoroughly impressed with the performance of these and they light output isn't as cool-white as I expected (thankfully). The retrofit was a breeze and only took about an hour. As you can see from the photos, the beam is wide, bright and consistent; much more-so than my previous 35w H3 HID retrofit. I can't speak yet on the longevity or durability of these led fog lights, but the look & feel pretty well built. They go fairly well with my 35 watt 5000k hid headlights. *3 week update* I ordered another set of these for a buddy's car and while testing them, I noticed the ones on my car have become a little whiter since I first installed them. Still no problems as of yet. I drive ~600 miles a week and always have my lights on. I have them adjusted at 3 inches down at a 25 foot distance, which seems to be the best for the height they're mounted at. *4 month update* Still no issues with dimming, flickering or leaking and they've seen lots of use & water. The lenses have a lot of little scratches, but they don't seem to hinder the output. I've since upgraded to piaa 6000k h4 led's and morimoto 5000k white/Amber switchback led's and they all sorta match