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LED fog light suggestions???

Ok, so I am looking for new fog lights that are functional and also LED so they match my Spyder headlights. I am also not looking to spend $200 on fog lights so I would like to keep it on the cheaper side. I know that there are a bunch of "replacment bulbs" that are LED that are $20-$40, but these do not give a bright light, they more or less just change the color of your fog light. I also know that headlight revolution has the GTR "LED conversion" kits that seem to be a good product and are definitely bright, but they are expensive. I also like the Morimoto's, but again they are expension.

Does anyone have a cheaper functional solution? There are an overwhelming amount of LED lights out there, all with mixed reviews and life spans.
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I would say that the good stuff aint cheap , and the cheap stuff aint good.
I am looking into the LED swap myself , but the cost is too much for right now.
If that falls through , I would do HID in my fog lights at 35watt 3K . I had them on several truck before and always had good results.


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I've got pnp led in both my headlight and fogs. Definitely an improvement and increase in output over stock. Headlight Revolution sucks d!ck. They are overpriced. I've got mine from Amazon for $50 for both. There are no "good" led replacement. Whether you buy cheap or expensive they will all scatter light. If you're going to buy led replacement I wouldn't spend more than $30 for a pair. Another advice; stay away from the cob led and the bubble lens led. Those are old technology and will scatter your light even more.

This is what I bought. $32 from Amazon.
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I put auxbeam f16 bulbs in my fogs and I have been very impressed. And they are dot approved.

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kc1983 - Do you have any radio interference with the Auxbeams? and can you hear the fans run?

Thanks for the info!
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No radio interference. You can hear the fans outside of the truck when it's not running, that's about it.

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I have Spyder head and tail lights in mine, I bought these nothing bad to say about them going strong and look great. White bright LEDS. I would buy them again if this set burnt out.

Philips 12834UNIX2 X-tremeVision LED Fog Light, Fits Fog H8, H11, H16, 2 Pack

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-12834...+H16%2C+2+Pack

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Anyone try DDM tuning LEDs or LED kits ?
I have had their HID kits before and was pretty satisfied for the price and results.


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I have Spyder head and tail lights in mine, I bought these nothing bad to say about them going strong and look great. White bright LEDS. I would buy them again if this set burnt out.

Philips 12834UNIX2 X-tremeVision LED Fog Light, Fits Fog H8, H11, H16, 2 Pack

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-12834...+H16%2C+2+Pack


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I have the moromito XBLed

more expensive but you get the entire housing and the output is good, beam pattern is excellent, K is right on


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I have the moromito XBLed

more expensive but you get the entire housing and the output is good, beam pattern is excellent, K is right on
same here. got mine $200 shipped. love the color, beam pattern.
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Im running Razir LEDs from HIDextra.com and I love them. 6000k bright white. They are super bright and beam pattern is nice and even. Im also running their headlights and every other bulb for my vehicles that they carry.

On top of being a big fan of their products I can't say enough good things about their customer service. I've gotten LED replacements from them for every bulb in my truck and other vehicles for the last 5 years and have had a few items get shipped wrong or broken in transit or had some go bad and even after the 1 year warranty period they've been awesome about shipping out new ones. A couple of times they even just sent a whole new set when I only needed one. Always super fast shipping.

I want to say that I am in no way affiliated with them. I just think that in the age of e-commerce and people only talking about a company or posting reviews when they have something negative to say, its important to acknowledge the good ones. I know telling you about the company where I got my bulbs was not necessarily what you were asking for but I think its worth noting that spending a little extra $ for some nice bulbs from a good company can be the difference in you being satisfied with your purchase or not.

Sorry for the rant. good luck with your upgrades
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I have the Philips LED bulbs in my headlights and fogs.
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Does anyone have a cheaper functional solution? There are an overwhelming amount of LED lights out there, all with mixed reviews and life spans.
Hi there, here is a cost-effective and functional fog light solution we've got for the 2017 Tundra:
Spec-D LED fog lights for the 2017 Tundra at CARiD

Here is a universal fog light solution that you may want to add to your Tundra:
Lumen 3" round halo projector LED fog lights
These lights feature proper shape and diameter to fit into the fog light cutout, yet you will need to make the connectors work on the Tundra, so certain wiring job is required.
Here are some other fog light options we've got for your Tundra:
2017 Toyota Tundra custom & factory fog lights at CARiD


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