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Old 03-30-2010, 08:36 AM
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Is your truck doing okay? See you've got the iv hooked up!
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haha yeah, shes doing fine. i was giving her a dose of seafoam when i decided to take pics of the lights...thats a nifty little gadget isnt it? beats holding the can for 15 mins while the seafoam gets sucked in drop by drop.
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shorebird- Where did you get that light bar? THat looks great!
I fabricated it from some angle and strap I had at home. I have a post from a year ago where I give the measurements for it. I'll look and see if I can find it.
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RE: Fog light install

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Here is a set of 6" driving lights behind the grill

Mounting bracket and lights.
Bracket fabricated to use existing truck bolts and holes.
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In the truck. I had to move the airbag sensor up a couple of inches.
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Here they are!
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Shorebird- where did you pick up that bracket?
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Here is the original thread I posted on the install of the driving lights; http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/83...ning-pics.html
Post #7 has the measurements for the mounting bar.
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Hey OP, why did you mount your lights upside down with the homemade bracket as opposed to mounting them the other way with the bolts down through the lower bracket just above the bumper behind the grill? Because of this post I am seriously considering this myself, after I wire up some auxiliary back up lights.
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i have had the same set up for years now i used 4 inch and space evenly looks great and cars hatem!!! even been flashed by rigs and a train at a bend
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