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Any of y’all running DRL LED after market headlights on your bronco?
Just wanting to see what they look like on the truck.
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UUUFFFF i wana see how these look on a bronco, they look pretty sweet
 

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UUUFFFF i wana see how these look on a bronco, they look pretty sweet
i just bought a set so i will post pics to the thread when I get them on. Super stoked about it! Still need to find some tail lights.
 

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Damn! They make some cool ones

Outlawleds on Instagram makes some too. Pricey though
 

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Alright y’all! Got my headlights on! But I need your help. I have no idea how to wire the DRL (day running light) portion. Each assembly has 2 negative and 2 positive wires. Any help would be appreciated
 

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Yep but I have to wire them up to know what the look like on
 

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Ordered custom heads and tails from outlaw led. Supposed to have them before Christmas. I really hope so but they looked amazing!!! Can’t wait. Big benefit is plug and play 100% but very pricey.


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Will do. His stuff looks incredible and I went all out with the build so it should be cool!


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Yep but I have to wire them up to know what the look like on
Those look better on the truck than i thought they would (y)

If you want them to be a true DRL, then youll have to supply them with power when you turn the key on. Pick something thats hot when the key is in the run position, and use it to trigger a new relay to turn the lights on. Examples would be the ABS circuit, or the EEC relay.


Looking at outlawleds.com, it looks like theyre just a reseller. Their stuff is marked up pretty high actually, most of it is a lot cheaper elsewhere.
 

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Those look better on the truck than i thought they would (y)

If you want them to be a true DRL, then youll have to supply them with power when you turn the key on. Pick something thats hot when the key is in the run position, and use it to trigger a new relay to turn the lights on. Examples would be the ABS circuit, or the EEC relay.


Looking at outlawleds.com, it looks like theyre just a reseller. Their stuff is marked up pretty high actually, most of it is a lot cheaper elsewhere.
He’s definitely far from just a reseller. He takes lights, breaks them down, adds rgb lights, paints, adds projectors, etches the glass on the lenses, etc. full custom jobs and he seems to be really good at it.


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Maybe he makes some of them, (the 87-91 projectors for instance) but hes definitely reselling the DNA Motoring headlight housings, and the CA Autoparts taillights, both for ~$100 more than others.
 

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Those look better on the truck than i thought they would (y)

If you want them to be a true DRL, then youll have to supply them with power when you turn the key on. Pick something thats hot when the key is in the run position, and use it to trigger a new relay to turn the lights on. Examples would be the ABS circuit, or the EEC relay.


Looking at outlawleds.com, it looks like theyre just a reseller. Their stuff is marked up pretty high actually, most of it is a lot cheaper elsewhere.
I found a relay specifically made for DRLs... I want them to run all the time. So the relay has a positive and negative wire and a fuse. Then, the other side connects directly to the battery. I’m gonna try it. They were only $14 each.
 
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