Sounds nice. This is what I got for LED fogs from iJDMTOY:Thanks MidCow. I think the factory foglights are pretty useless to begin with and do nothing for foggy conditions or light output. This is simply an aesthetic upgrade although these LED's are not the typical H11 LED. These are CREE LED's with projector housings to isolate the light in a pattern rather than scatter it all over which is why typicaly SMD led's just plain stink in the light output application. I've seen these in person and I can confidently say they actually produce equal to or more light output compared to the facory halogens. Take a look for yourself. I definitely don't want to g the HID route as I have the factory LED headlights.
Lexus CT200h 50W CREE H11 LED Fog Light Replacement | iJDMTOY Blog For Automotive Lighting
That bulb is exactly what I was referring to in regards to scattering the light as they are simply alot of SMD LED's going in all different directions. It will glow more than project.Sounds nice. This is what I got for LED fogs from iJDMTOY:
Xenon White 96-SMD 360-degree shine H11 (aka H8, H9) Hyper-Flux LED Bulbs For Fog Lights or Running Lights - Code: LED_Fog_H11_SKU42
They look awesome, but don't put out that much light.
This is actually the exact method I planned on. I'm going to attempt without jacking it up. I'm a small guy and have a good way with maneuvering through things.Not sure if you've already done the upgrade, but the manual has instructions on one way of doing it. Page 559
As opposed to going in though the wheel well, this method would likely benefit from a jack and some stands.