Slim, versatile and high-tech, yet punchy and all-powerful. The KC HiLite SlimLite Series Lights System boasts a compact size that looks factory-original in virtually any mounting position. Available as driving, off-road and fog lights. 23-year warranty.
Dress your rig with a set of PIAA’s #1 truck lamps for outstanding visibility. A PIAA 520 Series Light Kit equips your grille guard with unmatched performance and style. Choose from 6” driving or fog light models. Backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
PIAA 510 Series Light Kits are the auto manufacturer’s choice for auxiliary lighting. These driving and fog lights are ideal for cars, SUVs or trucks with round light openings in the bumper. 12v bulbs boast a beam strength equal to 85w. Lifetime Warranty.
Mount your KC lights to your rig with the KC HiLites Front Light Bar. Made from 1.75” steel tubing and custom-formed to fit your rig, the KC light bar adds the convenience of a light bar without the bulk. No-drill mounting. Black or chrome. 23-year warranty.
For the latest in auxiliary lighting from KC, choose the KC HiLites Rally 800 Series Light System. These KC lights feature a massive 8” round housing in a slim, low-profile design with virtually unbreakable Lexan lenses. Includes stone guards. 23-year warranty.
Not sure which 2008 Ford F-250 Fog Lights are right for you? We have over 416 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I ordered the Hella FF75's to put on my Yamaha 700 ATV because the headlights of the ATV were just not enough. The FF75's are well built with a very good black powder coat finish and heavy lens glass that should stand up to alot of abuse. The beam is a tight oval long range beam very bright for the type & size of bulb. The lights give me the extra distance, brightness and coverage I wanted when driving my ATV at night. I can see where the lights would be equally effective on an automobile. Not as good as a HID light but better than just headlights alone. All the extras are needed to either tie the lights into your existing electrical lighting system or just wiring them to a switch by themselves." —Tim P from Mont Belvieu, TX bought a Hella FF 75 Light Kit for a 2008 Ford F-250.