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Old 02-19-2013, 08:43 PM   #1
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2004 V6 Fog Lights

okay so the stock 2004 v6 doesnt come with fogs, obviously, and i wanted to put some on mine. however, i dont want the normal fogs that fit into the lower section of the front, id like to go bold and get them inbetween the existing lights in the grille, like the post 2005 ones. obviously for size reasons, they wouldnt be the exact same lights, but i have the mach 1 grille delete kit and i was wondering if it was possble to wire up some rectangular or circular (either is fine) fogs and mount them beside my pony emblem in the grille... feedback?
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Ive seen that done and it looks bad...i also did a photoshop of that setup for a guy on here that still looked bad. Ill post it when i get home.
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im obsessed with lighting and im a huge fan of the modern mustang circular fogs so i was just wanting to know if its possible and how it looks so yeah itd be a huge help if you could post a pic man
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Had to backtrack on Instagram. Lol but yeah. I sorta have that setup only that one of my bulbs is out. It doesn't look too bad but it works. And plus I have this cool switch to turn them on user the headlight switch
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Yep ill stick to HIDs in my clear lense GT fogs if that's your style rock out though
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Lol when i upgraded to 55w fogs i had to swap over to a hardwire setup to power them so i have a ricer switch too

Itll get swapped for a low profile sooner or later...
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found the lights at wal-mart for $20. Tried it out just for giggles. They're held down with 3M tape and I haven't had the chance to take them off (laziness). The yellow GT fogs are my personal favorite but these will have to do until I can afford a good set of fogs
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I have some oem.fogs you can have for shipping cost if you want....the plastic is melted so the driver side bulb doesnt stay in without tape or something holding it...im sure you could fix it up if interested pm me your zip
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I have some oem.fogs you can have for shipping cost if you want....the plastic is melted so the driver side bulb doesnt stay in without tape or something holding it...im sure you could fix it up if interested pm me your zip
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