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Old 04-30-2013, 08:51 AM   #1
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Smoked heads and fogs

Hey, I saw someone on here that had a silver mustang I think and the entire front (headlights fog lights and mustang logo) blacked out and it looked sooooo sweet. I want that solid black bar look. A couple questions

Is it hard to install the smoked fogs and headlights

How much does this actually affect the visibility of the lights (I have hids so it shouldn't matter much cause they're brighter than stock but I still want my lights to illuminate the whole road) I live in a place I guess they didn't believe in street lights haha

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Oh and how much will this upgrade cost
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The member you are talking about is silverskoundrel.

I have smoked heads and fogs from AM. The housing is smoked, while the lens is clear. Thus, you won't "lose" any light.

To install or replace headlights on an 05-09 you must remove the front bumper cover, not a hard task, just put aside about 2-3 hours. For fog lights, simply remove the upper grille and unscrew the fog light brackets from the grille, then swap the fog housings and screw them back into the grille.

Smoked CCFL halo headlights were $185 and smoked CCFL halo fog lights were $125 for me. Idk about smoked OEM-styled ones, probably cheaper.
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Silverskoundral could you tell me how you got your look? And how much it cost you. I'd love to get that look on my blue mustang eventually once I have some spare cash

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The member you are talking about is silverskoundrel.

I have smoked heads and fogs from AM. The housing is smoked, while the lens is clear. Thus, you won't "lose" any light.

To install or replace headlights on an 05-09 you must remove the front bumper cover, not a hard task, just put aside about 2-3 hours. For fog lights, simply remove the upper grille and unscrew the fog light brackets from the grille, then swap the fog housings and screw them back into the grille.

Smoked CCFL halo headlights were $185 and smoked CCFL halo fog lights were $125 for me. Idk about smoked OEM-styled ones, probably cheaper.
Thanks. I'm glad I won't be losing light cause I love the intensity of my lights. And thanks for the estimate
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