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Has anyone come up with a way to install the after market LED pods in where the factory fog lights fit? I don't have any now and was looking for a cheap alternative way to get fog lights
 

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They make the fog light surrounds that accommodate the square pods. Just Google Colorado/Canyon Led fog light pods. They'll be several come up.
 

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Here's a couple
 

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Baja designs Squadron fog light kit. Plug and play, and they come with mounting plates to fit and fil the OEM cutout in the bumper. I recommend a pair of squadron sport in amber wide cornering configuration.

They have the SAE approved kit here: https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/GM-Chevy-GMC-HD-Canyon-Colorado-15-19-SAE-Fog-Pocket-Kits.asp
or you can get just the mounting plates and then pick your own version of Squadron series lights to use: https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/GM-Chevy-GMC-HD-Canyon-Colorado-15-19-Fog-Pocket-Kit.asp
 
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Let me be the first to tell you, don't skimp on lights. Buy once, cry once because you will likely upgrade after buying cheap. Cheap LED pods are notorious for having very weak ouput and even fading over time.

I'm another advocate for Baja Designs. The SAE Squadron pods are street legal and produce over double the light output of your factory headlights. If you don't care about being street legal, the Pros put out over 4x the power.

You just missed all the deals and rebates though...
 

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I guess I don't believe in name brand as much as I do seller reputation. My 20" led light bar on my Canyon is 10+ years old. Second....no....third truck it's been on. My 50" on my F-150 is 20+ years old. Both ebay, both less than $50, both perfect! I have two motorcycles with two led pods on the highway bars, both less than $20 and both perfect. My rear pods on my Canyon are from Tractor supply. I paid more for them, but they were an impulse buy because of the blue trim inserts that matched my truck (sucker)! Any product by any name is a gamble. Especially mail order. Find a reputable seller and go for it.
 

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Has anyone come up with a way to install the after market LED pods in where the factory fog lights fit? I don't have any now and was looking for a cheap alternative way to get fog lights
We do have a Plug and Play, LED Fog Pocket Kit for the Colorado/Canyon!
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This will mount our Squadron into the factory fog location and plug directly into the factory wiring. Don't have factory fog light wiring? Here is the harness for you:


Comment below with any questions!

Baja Designs
www.bajadesigns.com
 

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I've got the Zroadz plates. Easy to install with the provided instructions. As others have said, buy a good light. You'l just end up replacing them otherwise.

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I've got the Zroadz plates. Easy to install with the provided instructions. As others have said, buy a good light. You'l just end up replacing them otherwise.

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That’s a nice aggressive look. Did you have no fogs from factory? Wondering if any other parts besides wiring harness and switch will be needed or can I just pop out the filler plate pop that in and run a wire harness and switch?

The Baja kit is super sweet but out of range on what I would be willing to pay since my truck is mostly a work truck and not a Baja monster:)

thanks for the pics everyone!
 

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I've got the Zroadz plates. Easy to install with the provided instructions. As others have said, buy a good light. You'l just end up replacing them otherwise.

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I was looking at these myself. Was hoping I would find somebody that already has them to tell me results. What do you think of them? Are they decent enough?
 

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That’s a nice aggressive look. Did you have no fogs from factory? Wondering if any other parts besides wiring harness and switch will be needed or can I just pop out the filler plate pop that in and run a wire harness and switch?

The Baja kit is super sweet but out of range on what I would be willing to pay since my truck is mostly a work truck and not a Baja monster:)

thanks for the pics everyone!
Nope, No fogs from the factory. There is a fair amount of dis-assembly to get to them, but I did the whole thing in my driveway on a Saturday morning. Just pop out the filler plate and bolt them in. I just ran a switch and power them from the battery.

I live on a semi-rural road in central Alabama. Deer are a real concern, (I've hit two previously) so I mostly use them to help light up the side of the road. That's why I opted for the flood pattern for the LED pods.

The Zroadz are a bit pricey. I have recently seen someone selling a copy of them on E-Bay for a good amount less.
 

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Baja designs Squadron fog light kit. Plug and play, and they come with mounting plates to fit and fil the OEM cutout in the bumper. I recommend a pair of squadron sport in amber wide cornering configuration.

They have the SAE approved kit here: Baja Designs
or you can get just the mounting plates and then pick your own version of Squadron series lights to use: Baja Designs
Thanks for your reply - Phew those are pricey! I'm sorry, I asked and you supplied the info. I'm a volunteer fire fighter and retired. I'm just looking into a way to add a set of 6 LED pods from Rural King or somewhere like that. Have to do this low bucks.
 

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We do have a Plug and Play, LED Fog Pocket Kit for the Colorado/Canyon!
Click Here




This will mount our Squadron into the factory fog location and plug directly into the factory wiring. Don't have factory fog light wiring? Here is the harness for you:


Comment below with any questions!

Baja Designs
www.bajadesigns.com
I appreciate your reply but that's out of my budget. I'm a volunteer fire fighter and retired. I'm just trying to see better at night. No off-road here, sometimes could be used to help light up an accident on the road. Thanks in advance for your information and may God bless.
 
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