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I just switched from 8000k to 3000k in my fogs, and still am not sure if I like them just yet or not. Is there anyway to aim them up some? They shine straight down and down really help any.
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Yeah mine shine down really far too lol. They're should be a screw in top or bottom with a spring sort of thing, you should be able to do it that way. I'm doing this from memory so if I'm wrong I'm sorry.
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I think on mine it's a big gray plastic thing on the top side. But I have the older style fogs and I might be wrong too lol.
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i found it right after posting. i cranked them all the way up and they look good!!! i can run with no headlights now.. lol
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Oh yeah I have 03 fogs too, it might be different
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Awesome! I'll have to go do this too
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they were aimed straight down! the girlfriend says the yellow is ugly.. hahahh.. what do they know?!
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Haha it is very yellow. I don't think mine has even noticed yet. Man I was putting those LED bulbs in my HVAC and it blew a fuse, wtf
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hahaha be careful! idk why the hvac doesn't like LEDS.. i've got all blue leds in mine now with no problem.. looks pretty badass!
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3000k FTW.

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I just switched from 8000k to 3000k in my fogs, and still am not sure if I like them just yet or not. Is there anyway to aim them up some? They shine straight down and down really help any.
My factory fogs located in my valance below my bumper are NOT adjustable but the fogs I installed on my bumper are. I do not know about OTHER ranger models/years.

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