I am using these...What are you guys using for '13 outbacks with the larger fog lights Yellow laminx or yellow bulbs? If using bulbs what size and where to find. Thanks
Take the bulb out and check... mine is H11... fog light bulbs are easy accessible...as far as I know, the bulb hasn't change in a couple of years - the OEM P/N is 84920YA000Is h11 the correct size for '13? I stopped by the dealership last winter the parts guy said there was a part change half way through the production year. I cant remember if my owners manual was right or if he was, but the sizes didnt match.
I have the vinyl and like it for the added rock chip protection. I also enjoy the look of the yellow lens.
ultimately depends on if you want it to look modded or stock while parked.
It's not that yellow penetrates, it's that blue gets disproportionately reflected back towards you by the fog right in front of you. A close reflection of a lot of blue light can cause your pupils to shrink in response, and then you become less sensitive to light in general. So if you can prevent the blue light bounce by blocking it in a filter at the source, your overall sensitivity to light will be improved and you can see better.This.
I have heard that yellow light is most penetrating in poor weather conditions ie. rain, snow, fog. So there's that advantage.
I know this is an old post, but thought I'd update with my experience with Laminx. I purchased the set for my fog lights for $20. The pre-cut size is perfect, but do not trust the instructions that state you can dry mount the film. I tried that, and ended up with a lot of air bubbles that are hard to remove. Definitely go with the wet mount instructions using plain water and a squeege.
The correct part number for '15-'17 Outback foglights is: Lamin-x S131Y
I'm running both. I have the yellow Lamin-X film, with the LED fog's from Diode Dynamics. Love it so far!