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Old 06-18-2013, 11:39 AM   #1
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Grill/Fog light opinions

Wanting to add fog lights to my car, also was thinking of doing the Roush grills. Thing is I really do not want to take off the front multiple times and can not really afford to order them all at once. What are your guys thoughts on the better looking grills. Was considering going with the GT grill with the fog lights in the grill and it's all done at the same time. What are your guys thoughts on the two?

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Little visual aid...lol

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Little visual aid...lol
I think the roush one looks better
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Def roush. My friend next to me says so too.
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I agree, the original plan was to make somewhat of a Roush RS out of it slowly, this is just one end that would be easier to do all at once. Was trying to look at cheaper options, but odds are if I try and go cheaper I will not be happy with it.


So the next question would be which fog lights would you guys recommend. The Starkey Products or Raxiom's from AM? Is there a difference?
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I haven't looked too much into fogs since my car already has them, so I couldn't tell you.
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I haven't looked too much into fogs since my car already has them, so I couldn't tell you.
Thanks, I went with the Raxiom from AM. Ordered the Grills and the lights, so now I have a weekend project. Probably have to sleep in the back seat when my wife sees the bill...lol
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Thanks, I went with the Raxiom from AM. Ordered the Grills and the lights, so now I have a weekend project. Probably have to sleep in the back seat when my wife sees the bill...lol
Hahaha that's awesome, my girlfriends the same way, she doesn't understand why I like spending money on my car.. It's a guy thing.
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I like the retro look of the fogs in the grill. Nice early look of the GT's of long ago.
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I agree, the original plan was to make somewhat of a Roush RS out of it slowly, this is just one end that would be easier to do all at once. Was trying to look at cheaper options, but odds are if I try and go cheaper I will not be happy with it.

So the next question would be which fog lights would you guys recommend. The Starkey Products or Raxiom's from AM? Is there a difference?
Raxiom are known to blow out. I went with starkey products. Got an oem wiring harness, factory switch for fogs and it was plug and play. I recommend them over anything. Plus their bulb choices were nearly 40 different types, purposes, and colors.
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Install Finished..

Well after about 6 hrs the install is done. Pretty smooth install, once the bumper was off it was smooth sailing and that was easier than I expected..

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ohhhh that is sexy. not really into the foglights myself but you may have just added another couple parts to my aesthetic list my friend lol
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