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difference between fog and driving spotlight?

anyone know what is the difference between those 2? same housing but the beam how difference is it?

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driving lights are more focoused on the road as fog lights spread the light out more and in a more upward direction.
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driving lights are more focoused on the road as fog lights spread the light out more and in a more upward direction.
Very close. Actually Fog lights stay low so you don't get as much light reflected off of the fog, causing glare (this is also why they are often yellow). Driving lights (as you stated) are a more focused beam to get as much light as far ahead of you, and on the road, as possible


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you mean driving lights compared to foglights? yes its the beam pattern.

http://www.hella.com/produktion/Hell.../FF50/FF50.jsp

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won a set now and hope its on the way here soon.

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where and how much? you get the ff75 or ff50?
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thats still under retail, but i guess i got lucky

any ideas on where you are going to mount it? im still debating..
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thats still under retail, but i guess i got lucky

any ideas on where you are going to mount it? im still debating..
on my rooftop...

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hahahah make sure to aim them properly...
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yup, gonna aimed staright to the face of the driver in their jacked up truck around here...

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