Good thing I'm not building a trophy truck.
There's a few brands out there you can buy that have the heat traces in the lenses similar to a window defroster. Trucklight and JW Speaker are two of them. It takes a well designed housing/reflector to get that good sharp cutoff on low beam. The trucklights with the bar across the center of the light (when talking about the standard 5x7 lights) are one of those.My frustration with my LED lights is that they ice over and their pattern does not cut off vertically very well, blinding oncoming traffic. Efficiency is great but I am thinkin of adding some resistors inside the housing to melt the ice, killing the efficiency.
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This is my setup- a combination of both.
2x 24W 3x3 ditch lights (amber covers in the glovebox) Used for mountain roads at night to catch deer eyes and cut through fog
6k LED headlights (not bad IMO)
7x KC Daylighters with Hella 55W (100w was too much draw for the 1 40A relay I had) Used for either roadside snow recoveries or night time mountain trails.