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LASFIT Off-Road Hood Ditch Light SAE Driving

I will preface this with I was selected to do a review of these Ditch Lights

I was originally running Amazon Ditch Lights that were dual function. They were white spot with Amber marker lights. I loved the function of the amber as marker lights on dusty trails. The reason I choose the SAE driving were because they should be street legal and I can continue to use them as marker lights on the trail. I figured Driving pattern would be good for matching them to the light bar.

Packaging: I absolutely love the packaging of LASFIT products. All three of the products I have received from them have come with amazing packaging. I am a sucker for great packaging.

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The really cool thing about these lights is that you can swap lenses to different colors and patterns. The Ditch Light looks extremely well built and look durable.

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I did not get the harness since I already had ditch light pre-wired up. It was super easy to get all set up and super easy to get them adjusted.

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Here is the comparison between the amazon and LASFIT

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Those are angled too far off center to be useful as auxiliary high beams and as far as I know, most states limit the height you can mount auxiliary high beams at. Some are 42” and some are “not above the headlights”
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Those are angled too far off center to be useful as auxiliary high beams and as far as I know, most states limit the height you can mount auxiliary high beams at. Some are 42” and some are “not above the headlights”
Correct, my caliraisedLED switch went out for my light bar, so I haven't had a chance to re-adjust. I went off the previous "hot spot" of my old ditch lights. They will be adjusted shortly now that I got a switch installed.
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Interesting choice of light patten for a ditch light. Generally speaking, one uses a much wider beam pattern for ditch lights because they're intended to light up, well, the ditch beside you. That said, most folks go for more of a flood pattern. (A fog pattern doesn't work well at windshield height.)

The LASFIT pods seem to have a very well-defined driving pattern which is intended to be used for longer distance lighting. Given that, I think you will have much better luck using them as true driving lights - if you aim them straight ahead. This however will give you a new problem of some glare off of the hood. (You will also get some of that with a flood patten aimed towards the ditch.) And as has already been said, you may be over the maximum allowable height for driving lights anyway.

The other thing you might want to consider is a lens color swap. Yes, selective yellow (or yellow from LASFIT) has definite advantages in inclement weather. But you really don't want to run long distance lighting in inclement weather. That means you're giving up some light output with the yellow lens when you really don't need to. Just a thought.

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I used the Lasfit brackets but different lights. I do use them as ditch lights.
I went with LED utility work lights. Not blindingly bright since they're used relatively up close. Also not expensive for theft reasons. They see cheap lights and move on. If they don't know they're cheap lights and steal them anyway, replacements are, cheap.
They function quite well where we live, extremely rural, no streetlights at intersections. I briefly flick them on to see the side street then off again. An added benefit on the left side is it negates the glare on the inner glass from the dash lights.
I don't go blasting down trails at night so the stock headlights/fogs work fine for me. Ditch lights to illuminate to the sides as intended by the name, "ditch" lights.

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Interesting choice of light patten for a ditch light. Generally speaking, one uses a much wider beam pattern for ditch lights because they're intended to light up, well, the ditch beside you. That said, most folks go for more of a flood pattern. (A fog pattern doesn't work well at windshield height.)

The LASFIT pods seem to have a very well-defined driving pattern which is intended to be used for longer distance lighting. Given that, I think you will have much better luck using them as true driving lights - if you aim them straight ahead. This however will give you a new problem of some glare off of the hood. (You will also get some of that with a flood patten aimed towards the ditch.) And as has already been said, you may be over the maximum allowable height for driving lights anyway.

The other thing you might want to consider is a lens color swap. Yes, selective yellow (or yellow from LASFIT) has definite advantages in inclement weather. But you really don't want to run long distance lighting in inclement weather. That means you're giving up some light output with the yellow lens when you really don't need to. Just a thought.
I didn't choose this pattern to use them inclement weather. I got them because I am often #2 and or further back in dusty environments. I often use my ditch lights as a trail marker light, so that is why I choose SAE lighting. I figured it would not be too bright to drivers going the other way. I am also going to aim them to line up with my light bar but to the sides for a wider arc of lighting. So not a "true" ditch lighting but a wider arc of lighting in conjunction of light bar and high beams.
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Interesting. Look like nice lights but SAE? They are mounted too high to be street legal.

Maybe if the SAE fog light is mounted low on bumper.

They would also likely fall under "dazzling lights" and would be a ticketable offense in some states. I know, I have gotten a ticket for this before.

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Interesting. Look like nice lights but SAE? They are mounted too high to be street legal.

Maybe if the SAE fog light is mounted low on bumper.

They would also likely fall under "dazzling lights" and would be a ticketable offense in some states. I know, I have gotten a ticket for this before.
Obviously as previously ststed I will not be using them on the street. Pretty sure I stated that multiple times already
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Obviously as previously ststed I will not be using them on the street. Pretty sure I stated that multiple times already
If you go on a deserted forest road or dark, empty (long) parking lot, it will become quite apparent how to aim the driving/combo lens in the ditch light position.

The driving/combo works well for me than flood or fog pattern in the ditch light position in a environment with NO ambient light.
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If you go on a deserted forest road or dark, empty (long) parking lot, it will become quite apparent how to aim the driving/combo lens in the ditch light position.

The driving/combo works well for me than flood or fog pattern in the ditch light position in a environment with NO ambient light.
I have a camping trip next weekend, so I really need to get the aimed. My old ditch lights were aimed perfectly but with the different pattern light, they didn't aim quiet the same.
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Okay, thought you stated they were street legal and that's why you went for them besides using them off road. I guess I was just pointing out they may not be truly street legal due to there height.

My Baja's are "SAE/street legal" but I found them to be a little glaring so I split the LED's to yellow up high and white down low.

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Okay, thought you stated they were street legal and that's why you went for them besides using them off road. I guess I was just pointing out they may not be truly street legal due to there height.

My Baja's are "SAE/street legal" but I found them to be a little glaring so I split the LED's to yellow up high and white down low.

I did say I got them because they are supposedly street legal and my hope is that on the trail, since I use them as marker lights in dusty environments, they will not terribly blinding. But that would during the day when I use them as marker lights. When offroad, I turn all my offroad lights off when oncoming traffic is coming up. I would never run these on the street, I am not that much a dick lol
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