Near the end of the winter, I had an unpleasant encounter with a snowbank that left the cover on one of my foglights broken. I was told it would be rather expensive (maybe around $180) to replace.
I don't really ever need the fog lights, (I have them on all the time at night just for the extra light output), but with living in an area with a TON of deer and lots of dark, unlit highways to travel I could really use the extra light output from something like a Hella or PIAA driving light setup. I'd previously thought about trying to mount them by the front grill, but now I'm thinking about just straight up swapping out my fog lights.
Anyone have any thoughts? Any reason that this wouldn't work? My thought was to try and disconnect the thing that prevents the fog lights and high beams from being on together and then running the driving lights into the fog light switch.