Not weird if you've read up on what the numbers actually mean (not knocking you, we've all been there). Width and aspect ratio control the sidewall height.
235 / 50 / 17
width / aspect ratio / rim size
The second number in the tire size is the aspect ratio - a percentage of the tire's width. So 235/50 tire will have a sidewall = 235 x 50% = 117.5. And a 225/50 tire will have a sidewall = 225 x 50% = 112.5.
Word, I read about that when I realized I was misinformed...Preciate cha...
So, you back lit the plugs that are in the fog light holes? Interesting....and creative.....I like it. Not sure about the ones in the middle..
I took an old headlight i had and took it apart. took the reflector from the brights and cut it off. cut and shapped it so that it would somewhat fit onto the back of the fog log cover or plug as you called it. dremelled out the indents that were on there so it looks like it was now. then got the LED light to go in the brights reflector to shine out. hooked them up to the parking light switch so they come on when i turn the switch.
as for the LEDs strips those are just on a switch inside the car that are hooked up to my footwell LEDs as well. so they arnt on all the time.
Ya someone told me bout it being called the iron man mod but i wasnt sure if anyone had done it like this or in their fog lights iv seen alot of them in the headlights with the projector headlights that you can buy. but me not having money i figured i would try something homemade and cheap. turned out not to bad.
FIRST MATTE DARK GREY WRAPPED ALTIMA!
MATTE DARK GREY WRAPPED // DE-BADGED // EIBACH PRO-KIT // // 19" CUSTOM GEN COUPE RIMS // NISMO FRONT LIP
ya iv seen those b4 . just one day i was looking at the fog covers and was like what if i did this so i tried it out and this it what came of it never seen the fog lights like this on anyones car so i tried it out instead of gettin fog lights which i dont really need so i went for looks instead
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