How low should you go?
Ditch Brackets were made to hold LED pods to aim to the side to focus on the "ditches" when off-roading and overlanding. This way to avoid falling into them, but people have started aiming these to the front to provide more lighting on the darkest trails at night.
Simply said, available light output. Meaning, while the low pro may in some opinions look better the light is actually cut off by the position of the hood vs the light. So the standard ditch bracket is set up higher to avoid the hood and produces more light.
You can actually aim the lights to the side as some have, this prevents the hood ever interfering with with the light itself.
The brackets do not interfere with the function of the hood opening or closing. Installation is simply bolt on and does not require any drilling. Minimal trimming has been reported. The brackets are sold in pairs.
Every bracket is CAD designed, CNC cut out of 3/16 inch cold rolled steel, and made in the USA. They are sandblasted then powder coated black to withstand harsh weather conditions.
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