No Substitutes: If you don't have LED powered fog lights, then you're just behind the times! Thankfully the new Morimoto XB LED projector fog lights: Look great. Are well-built. Perform like champs. Have a virtually infinite life span. An unbeatable warranty, And best of all you won't need to sell your soul to afford them! Many of the guys here at the shop use them on their own vehicles, and they're easily one of our most popular product lines.
Compatible: With all Ford Superduty and Excursion trucks from 1999 to 2016; these complete fog light housings will swap directly in place of the original halogen units that they're designed to replace, using all of the stock mounting locations. Their aim can be perfectly dialed in with the integrated height adjuster bars. Check the compatibility section below for a list of known applications.
Plug n Play: Wiring is easy too! The Ford Super Duty XB LED fog lights are designed to work without any special wiring. They will plug into the factory connectors for the stock fog lights and each assembly includes all necessary connectors, rubber seals, and pigtails for a plug n play install.
Powered: By three Nichia 5500K LED's that produce around 1200 raw lumens per side. The projector based optics concentrate a total of 2400 lumens of pure white light into a beam that's super wide and perfectly distributed for use as a fog light. Make no mistake, these will produce a much different [better] result than slapping some LED replacement bulbs into your stock housings. The XB fogs meet & exceed all SAE, DOT, and ECE regulations.
Well-Built: Their durable polycarbonate lens will resist the test of time, keeping the housings looking new for many years to come. The powder-coated cast aluminum housing is light-weight and much stronger than comparable plastic alternatives. Doubling as the heat-sink for the LED's, the housings completely protect the internals from moisture and road debris. We've sold many thousands of these fog lights and to date, have only seen one or two develop a problem...no joke!
Word on the Street: Don't just take our word for it, check out these Install & Review videos that previous customers have put together! Everybody loves a good YouTube demo, so check it out HERE!, HERE!, HERE!, and HERE!
Overview Video: Prefer videos? Check out this helpful video the lineup of XB LED fogs!
Focus: Since 2005, we have focused our efforts on lighting and that's it. Experience means we know the products. We know the technology. We know our competitors, and most importantly, we know our customers. We like to wrench. We like to drive, we like to ride, and like you: we demand the best for whatever it is that gets us going. That's why at LED Concepts; we only stock the shelves with today's best, brightest, and most badass LED Lighting upgrades.
FOG LIGHTS: 2x Type SD Morimoto XB LED
WIRING: Plug-n-Play Connection Kit
OPTIONAL: Yellow Lamin-X film Kit
WARRANTY: 10 Years
SWAG: Morimoto Decal
REPLACES FORD PART #: 6C3Z-15200-AA, 6C3Z-15200-BA, 7C3Z15200AA, 7C3Z15201AA, BC3Z15200A, BC3Z15201A, XL3Z13466A
FORD EXCURSION: 1999-2016
FORD SUPERDUTY: 1999-2016
CERTIFICATIONS: DOT, ECE, SAE
NOTE: 1999-2010 Trucks Req. Minor Modification!
INPUT SOCKET: Sealed H10 Male
WEATHER RATING: IP67 Waterproof
LENS MATERIAL: High Impact Polycarb (UV-Resistant)
SHELL / HEAT SINK: Powder Coated Cast Aluminum
LIGHT SOURCE: 3x Nichia
LED OPTICS: Kuria-2 Fog-Projection Lens
INTENSITY: 1,200lm (raw; each)
COLOR: 5500K (Pure White)
I put these on my 2008 f250 and was very happy with the results. They're much brighter then the factory fog light bulbs, but because of the projectors have a pretty distinct cut off line. Haven't had any oncoming traffic flash their lights at me, which used to happen with hid bulbs in the fogs. Definitely worth purchasing.
I got these today and went thru the install. As of now it's still daylight so the night time review will be updates later.
Nice product packaging wrapped with bubble wrap. I was surprised that the connectors were not installed but recalled these fit more SD trucks so I'm sure the polarity changed over the years. I ended up taking off the smaller bumper support bracket that is behind the OEM fog assemblies. Once the OEM fogs were out the swap was a tad time consuming only to get the OEM housing out of the brackets. Remember this stuff is plastic so don't be too forceful. I set the adjustment screw to the same thread protrusion as it was when I removed the OEM housing. So far these LED housing look great and have great light output. Tonight will be a test drive to check for overall vision and impressions.