Thanks!That winch bumper looks awesome. As do the yellowed lights. You should let us know how you like them, I’ve never used amber lights before on trails so I’m curious to how you’ll like them
I prefer the yellow fog lights over the white I had before, especially in snow. The white is just too much and can wash out natural colors and features. For pure driving lights I like a nice 4300k-5000k white light but for aux lighting I like the yellow. Supposedly yellow/amber work a lot better in dust too so they make for good "chase" lights. Around here there are so many RZRs and quads running around at high speeds I want to ensure they see me so I run the fogs and ditch lights during the day on really dusty trails.
The light you see cast onto the ground is pretty yellow but what it illuminates up higher doesn't appear really yellow. If that makes any sense.
Here is a photo from last winter with my HID headlights and the yellow fogs. The HIDs don't illuminate above the sign on the right and barely even reach as high as the sign so that is mostly the fogs.
This is with just the ditch lights before the yellow film. The spot portion is actually bluish and the flood portion is white with a hint of blue. I didn't expect much from Chinese knockoffs but they were sorta useless to me u til I applied the film. The yellow lights behind me are from my buddy's Tacoma foglights with the same yellow LEDs.