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Greetings One and All

Been pondering the installation of a pair of fog lights on the front of
the 110.

Seems to me that lower is better so someplace under the front bumper would
seem optimal - except of course that they would be somewhat exposed to the
lumps and bumps off road.

Has anyone fabricated a QD lamp bar for sale/supply ? Where do others
mount (oooh!) their fog lamps?

Switching ....

I was thinking of replacing the existing (fog lamp) switch on the steering
column with a two-position switch (like the standard driving light switch)
wired so rear fog comes on at p#1 and front also illumitates at p#2 - any
thoughts?

Thank you for reading.
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William Tasso

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William Tasso wrote:

> I was thinking of replacing the existing (fog lamp) switch on the steering
> column with a two-position switch (like the standard driving light switch)
> wired so rear fog comes on at p#1 and front also illumitates at p#2 - any
> thoughts?


Why would you want a two position switch - just take a relay from the
existing one. If it's bad enough to need fog lamps then you need them
front and back, if not, well you won't. Or if you're wanting them for
off-road use as well then I'd wire them seperately from the other
lights altogether.

Regarding position, well as you say under the bumper is a bad idea, if
they don't get knocked off the first muddy bank you plough into then
you hit yourself with them every time you go under the thing. I've
seen some really nice lights built into the bumper, again depends on
how much time/money you are willing to throw at it, but it will offer
slightly more protection than mounting them under it.

Regards

William MacLeod
 
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