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Old 04-06-2018, 07:37 AM   #15
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Hey Joe, I was looking at those M4 bulbs also because they say they have a adjustable beam and it looks like you have the same headlight I do, so let me know how that works out for ya!? Do you have daytime running lamps? I think the leds will still be bright at the lower voltage, so I am going to disable the drlís
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Those lights that are mounted lower than your headlights are not driving lights, the are fog lights.
Fog lights are short range, downward aimed lights to cut under the fog and not reflect back in the the drivers eyes like headlights.
They are not designed to illuminate farther down the road like high beams or long range lights.
There are such things as long range lights that you can mount on the front of your RV. Off Roaders and Rally cars have them. I think Cibie is a popular brand.
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