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ashcroc
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Fog lights

Post by ashcroc on Mon 02 Nov 2015, 8:30 pm

The recent weather has got me wondering if I need a bit more presence on the road during inclement times.

Has anyone fitted a rear fog light? I'm thinking about possibly getting these to mount in the holes at the base of the mudguard. With the right electrickery I figure I could have hem running as extra break lights when not needed as fogs.

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Post by sullivj on Mon 02 Nov 2015, 10:37 pm

Or how about a clip on push bike flashing red light? Some of those are REALLY bright.
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Re: Fog lights

Post by eternally_troubled on Tue 03 Nov 2015, 1:08 pm

ashcroc wrote:The recent weather has got me wondering if I need a bit more presence on the road during inclement times.

Has anyone fitted a rear fog light?  I'm thinking about possibly getting these to mount in the holes at the base of the mudguard.  With the right electrickery I figure I could have hem running as extra break lights when not needed as fogs.

Doesn't look like a bad idea, assuming they are bright enough to make a difference (mind you, for 20 quid you can't really complain...)
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Re: Fog lights

Post by Stooby2 on Mon 16 Nov 2015, 7:55 pm

I have a pair of these in red that I use as tail / brake lights (with the brake light adaptor). I'm just after getting another pair to use as fog lights as they are as bright as a brake light so two together should work.

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