Got a write up? I'm interested in doing this, too.
i don't have a write up for either, but they don't really require one. Pretty straight forward, i can upload some pics of how i did it though. I used gutter guard, cut out pieces that fit over the back opening, with a .5" over hang, cut slits all around the outside and bend the edges down as tight as you can using a flathead screw driver or something.
I used a string as a guide wire to keep the mesh lined up as well as made sure it was all facing the same way. Then just hot glued it all down, don't over do it though, cause the grill supports will go in the cavities between the slats. I think mine turned out good! Its very solid to, they won't come off easily.
They are LED fog lights I bought off of eBay. They are plug and play. I thought they would be much brighter than they are. They say they are 6000k, but I think they meant 6K. I guess I am satisfied with them.
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I too bought these, installed them and they are worthless - they are great as a DRL as they cast a more eye-catching light, buyt they add nothing to projection or illumination as viewed from Drivers seat.
Played electrical guy in the driver side door wire harness... Not only was the black wire broken, so was the orange one! Fixed it for now with a water tight/heat shrink connection until I have time to run an entire new run of both wires... I can now open my door fully and the switches work still as well as no more flickering interior lights while driving...
Failure is the chance to begin again, with increased intelligence... 100
Had to find a parking place to go take an exam. Best part, watching the securing guard repeatedly try to put the ticket on the windshield and keep falling down.
haha why was he issuing a ticket in the first place?
As I roll down the trail,I hope my traction will not fail.But if I spin & begin to slide,please dear lord protect my ride