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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-25-2013, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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Little Custom Fog Light Setup

It was a warm day so i decided to go to autozone and buy some $20 fog lights and here is the result, ive yet to drive at night but even if they dont work that well they give my car a really nice look.

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Its an imgur link, odd. try this one (tinypic) http://oi48.tinypic.com/25h1og9.jpg
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Behind the bumper.

Behind the part of the bumper that has plastic in front of it...

Cut out the part of the bumper blocking your light, then they'll probably be alright.

What are they...Pilot or Blazertech's?

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Wow not to b a downer but that looks terribe
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Wow not to b a downer but that looks terribe
Just one man's opinion, I think if you don't want them seen during the day that your idea is good provided you get enough light out of them at night.

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provided you get enough light out of them at night.
This; is the issue.

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I have same bumper.
I hate not having fogs.
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-26-2013, 09:58 PM
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You know i actually was thinking of doing this but alil more custom as cut the space i need from the bumper and but 6000k hid fog lights and custom with white ccfl halos around them but wouldnt know how to wire it to make it work?
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it doesnt LOOK terrible.. when they're off I bet it doesnt look like anythings there at all lol, well whatever floats your boat.

I'd probably get a big hole drill bit and make them flush with the bumper, someone here did that and it looks fine.

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