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Old 06-06-2014, 12:08 AM
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Anyone ever do this to the marker lights?

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I would like to fill in my marker lights, I had a 95 F250 fender, which doesn't have them, I cut the piece out, and am holding it in front of my new fender. Anyone else do this before, and have pictures?
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Keep hole small though

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That looks good, do you have a better picture of it?
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That's a nice looking truck!
What are you planning to do for a side marker light? it is not street legal without marker lights.

What have you done under the hood? I'd like to see more build photos.
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Oooohhhhh, serious garage envy
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I have marker lights cut into bumpers
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Use a cut of wheel to make lines and mount light behind..
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Use a cut of wheel to make lines and mount light behind..
That thing is seriously low. Looks good though. What is lurking under the hood?
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