We’ve been flooding our social media channels with Subaru WRX content lately to promote our LED daytime running light fog bezel. USDM Subaru cars typically lack in one area or another compared to their JDM counterparts. In the WRX’s case, it’s missing a set of daytime running lights separate from the head light housing. JDM fog bezels come standard with an LED strip light to act as daytime running lights, and from afar really lend itself to the tuner aesthetic of the WRX and WRX STi. But while U.S. market Subaru WRXs lack the complete LED package in the front, they are also lacking in the back end. This is where the 3-in-1 LED rear fog light assembly kit comes in.
A few weeks ago I posted some JDM cars on social media featuring anime stickers and full body wraps from my second ever carmeet experience. Coming in not knowing what to expect, I arrived with a friend and armed with a piss-poor Oneplus One camera phone, I began taking pictures of almost all the cars that I could.
So you need a high output of light of some form on your Toyota Tundra truck for those nighttime projects like freeway lane extensions. You already installed LEDs in your headlights and fog lights but they’re not quite enough. You decide on an LED light bar, but you have little tolerance for one of those bulky, double-row lightbars and even less room on your Toyota truck to mount one. What do you do?
Slim LED light bars are a great solution for your offroading adventures or work projects if you have no way of mounting outside of your pick up truck. It is possible to secure an LED light bar behind the grille and that’s exactly where our ultra slim 126W CREE LED light bar is made to be mounted on the 2014 and later Toyota Tundra.
I’m sure that you have seen Silverado trucks and the like drive around with an LED light bar on top in your area, some less than others like me who live in SoCal. But they do pop up every once in a while! Whenever I see one drive by, generic rock music plays in my head as I think about how macho and freaking big the truck that whizzed past me was. And then I see the LED light bar set on top and I think, “Man that must be super bright. Would I get blinded looking at it?”
So a typical LED light bar gives drivers the visibility they need for mountain driving, dark, rural areas, and construction sites while giving the truck a rugged, manly, and macho feel to it right? What about the lower bumper grill mounted 20″ 100W LED light bar for the 2011-2013 Chevy Silverado 1500? Perhaps… not so much.
Last week, I posted a few pictures of a red Dodge to feature our Dodge RAM 1500 dual CREE LED fog lights. When I got this assignment, the pictures given to me certainly caught my attention. These aren’t ones that I made, found, or photoshopped. Whereas most of our pictures are mostly untouched, these photos show use of filters to look stylized and otherworldly. I could just ask my boss, “Why these Ram truck pictures in particular?” But I think speculating would be more fun. I’m sure he’ll tell me once he sees this blog.