I want to keep it simple, but like I said, I already have a nice Xenon 8000k HID Conversion Kit that I got at cost, so I want to utilize it for auxiliary lights. It's a 35 watt, 8000k kid which would be great for fog lights as they won't run nearly as hot as a 50 watt or a 55 watt HID Conversion kit, which is what I want to run for my low beams and high beams. I'm going to get the kit that makes the low beams stay on when the high beams are on, so that when you go from high beams to low beams, I won't have a delay for the low beams to warm up and get bright again, as I previously mentioned above in my last post.
I want alot of lighting for when I am out on the river in the middle of nowhere, at night, to light up where I am about to climb up on an incline.
Where does that mount to? The top? Front bumper? And when I say fog lights, I don't mean yellow fog lights, I am referring to them as auxiliary lights.
I ask, because I have plans to get a bull guard that has the capability to mount a winch to, so if this mounts to the front, then I will just mount Auxiliary lights to the Bull Bar.
I don't want a wrap around brush guard that wraps around the head lights. I want the bull guard style. I'd like to find more options as I want a skid plate and these do not have one. My first choice, looks like I can weld up a pretty hefty skid plate myself. I'd just need to find a 3/8" iron plate to weld to it. Then I'd be able to somehow fabricate the skid plate to go under my truck to protect the motor and go even further to to continue the plate for the transmission and the transfer case, possibly the driveshaft, but the drive shaft might just be overkill and would be alot of weight as I'd want to match the skid plate thickness to the thickness of the bull guard itself to weld it. Welding a piece two pieces of metal that are different thicknesses, is rather difficult to do as the thinner one will burn through or the weld on the thicker piece wouldn't be as strong if I'd try not to burn through the thinner metal.
My favorite is this one. Sucks that it's $810
Then there are my two other choices, which has a significant price difference, but I don't know what the difference is. Only difference I see is a $280 price difference. I'm thinking the $495 one is black powder coated as it's notated, but it doesn't say what the finish is on the $775 is, so I am assuming it's chrome.
Ok, I went a bit off topic on my own thread.