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Hay i have a 1996 F150 with a 95 "Air Dam" i need a fog light kit for it. The oem ford parts as you wood figure is $187.00 each. I need a kit with lights and wiring harness and switch. In other words i need a whole kit. Any ideas?
I just pick up a air dam from parts train for one of my trucks. The question I have is when you installed your air dam did you have to drill any holes on the underside of the bumper. The one I got appears to have different holes than the regular stock air dam even though it is supposed to be for a Lightning. This air dam is going on a 96 extended cab Mark III conversion truck. Also what lights did you get from Pep Boys.
Last edited by max harris; 12-12-2005 at 10:45 PM.
The air dam is directly connected to the front bumper on the GEN 1 L's, so you will need to drill some holes to fasten it properly.
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Thanks for the info on the air dam and lights. I figured that their would have to be some drilling involved for the air dam but had to ask. I'm leaving it black at this time. Love bug season down here in Florida will tear up the white paint bad. Only have to find a new rear bumper.
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