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post #1 of 8 Old 07-02-2013, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Fog light question

I have a set of led driving lights that I previously had on my bull bar that I am going to be mounting to my new steel bumper and am also going to be losing the factory fog lights. So the question is can I just splice into the factory fog light plugs for power and use the factory fog light switch to turn on the LEDs?

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yes, you can

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Ok cool thanks.

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I have the same exact bull bar but they gave me the wrong bolts to mount it to the frame, did you get the wrong ones also? If so what is the correct thread pitch of the correct bolts?
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Yeah they sent me the wrong ones to. I called and complained and they refunded me 40 dollars. The bolts that I bought are m10-1.5. If I were you I would look into the fawkes fab mounts and relocation tabs and shackle mounts. They are excellent products and kris from fawkes fab is excellent to deal with. The only reason I am giving up the bar and his mounts are for the new bumper.

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You have any pics of those lights on? I've thought about adding similar but am not sure how good a job they do.

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I don't have any from inside the jeep but they are bright enough by themselves to drive with at night. Here is the only pic I have of them on. You can see how bright they are compared to my hid lows and fogs.
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You have any pics of those lights on? I've thought about adding similar but am not sure how good a job they do.
Those look an awful lot like my rear auxiliary lights... There are different options as far as spot or flood beam...

I have floods



They are a lot brighter in person, I'm not a good night time photographer..



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