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Old 01-30-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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D2ís in stock bumper?

dose anyone know if the rigid D2ís will fit in the fog light location on stock bumper? past week I have been in some very heavy fog and rain and also some snow that i could not see very far.(well not just this past week, but this past week has really got me thinking about it) fog lights did not do much at all. I have seen amber lights do much better in fog/rain heavy snow, and would like to get some amber D2ís. I would like to put them in stock bumper if i can. just to save money on buying a avid light bar for 2 lights.

I donít want 3k HIDís! i donít want to do a reto fit on the fogs, and i like how they throw/cast light every where and blind everyone, and i donít think that would do any better in really heavy fog!
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:35 PM   #3
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Yes and they use the OEM plugs!
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:36 PM   #4
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i think that there's another guy on here who made brackets and mounted them in the lower grille.
i was just thinking about that instead. iíll have to see how big they are and take some measurements.
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I know that duallys will fit, just not sure about d2s. Definitely have a pair or more of d2s on my list.
Dually's and D2's share the same housing
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:30 PM   #7
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thanks. i found a pic of them in the stock bumper in the show me your lights thread.
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I know that duallys will fit, just not sure about d2s. Definitely have a pair or more of d2s on my list.
yeah, looking at them more i may just get the Duallys. only difference is the Dually has 4 leds and D2ís have 6 total.

I may see if i could put them in the lower grill, and keep the stock fogs and put yellow/amber tint on them as well.
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Old 01-31-2013, 02:41 PM   #9
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here is a pic from another thread. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...ml#post2557007
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also i know most states have different light laws. i can’t find anything that says i could not use them. only thing i can find is no more than 4 lights ON when on the road. Can’t find anything that says that the light has to cut off after a certain distance or how bright they can be. i know people that have ran hella 500’s on the road and not had any problems.
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also i know most states have different light laws. i canít find anything that says i could not use them. only thing i can find is no more than 4 lights ON when on the road. Canít find anything that says that the light has to cut off after a certain distance or how bright they can be. i know people that have ran hella 500ís on the road and not had any problems.
yeah, depending on how bright they are, you might piss a few people off. i currently have a pair of procomp 130's, and when someone has their brights on, i switch those on. works everytime d2's will add nicely to my setup.
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yeah, depending on how bright they are, you might piss a few people off. i currently have a pair of procomp 130's, and when someone has their brights on, i switch those on. works everytime d2's will add nicely to my setup.
yeah i may. but if i see a car coming i could turn them off. would mostly use on back roads when itís very very foggy, or late at night on the interstate. also i donít think the ambers are that bad. i have seen them on atvs when out riding the rhino at night. the amber are not as bright as the white color.
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yeah i may. but if i see a car coming i could turn them off. would mostly use on back roads when itís very very foggy, or late at night on the interstate. also i donít think the ambers are that bad. i have seen them on atvs when out riding the rhino at night. the amber are not as bright as the white color.
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