100W Combination-Beam Hyperspot LED Foglamps w/Mount Bracket For 15-17 Ford F150

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SKU 70-259-Hybrid

For a super intense and powerful set of fogs on your Ford truck, choose the 100W Q-5 CREE power combination-beam hyperspot LED fog light kit!

This is a giant-sized combination/hybrid beam pattern LED fog light set, made to fit the 2015-2017 Ford F-150. Each fog lamp unit is powered by (8) 4D projector LED diodes in the top half and (12) reflector LED emitters in the lower half. The extreme output of the Q-5 CREE LED fog lights shine at a 48 degree angle.

The complete package includes not only the pair of hyperspot LED fog lamps, but also a set of heavy duty metal mounting brackets and wiring pigtails for a clear-cut direct bolt-on installation without the need to drill, cut, or otherwise modify your Ford Superduty truck.

In order to install the Q-5 CREE power hyperspot LED fog light kit, you will need to replace your OEM fog lamp and bezel set. Unlike many of our LED pod light kits, this giant-sized hyperspot LED fog light points slightly off to the side, sitting flush at a 20 degree angle along the your Ford bumper. Each massive LED fog light beam pattern shines at a 48 degree angle however so for the most part, the LED beam will still point straight ahead.


  • Giant sized combination/hybrid beam LED fog light kit for 2015-17 Ford F-150
  • Extremely powerful 100W output with a combination/hybrid beam patterns: 8 pieces of 4D projector LED lights at the upper portion and 12 pieces of reflector LEDs at the lower portion (light angle: 48 degrees)
  • Each kit comes with a set of heavy duty metal brackets w/ wiring pigtails for a direct and easy bolt-on installation without any drilling, cutting or modification required
  • Please note: you need to replace the original fog lamps/bezels in order to install this product. The LED fog lights will not face directly to the front, they will sit flush with the bumper with a 20-degree angle. However, since these LED fog lights have a 48-degree beam pattern, the light beam will still face the front mostly.

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