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Default Pics of D2's in factory fog light hole?

Does anyone have any pictures of the rigids in place of their fog lights? The only thread I can find with a search has the pictures removed...
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I have one but the app isn't working on my android. I will keep trying. They did fit perfect in the housing I'd say go for it
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I have one but the app isn't working on my android. I will keep trying. They did fit perfect in the housing I'd say go for it
It's working double time now. That was on my 2008 lariat
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It's working double time now. That was on my 2008 lariat
Thank you! So they can go into the factory bucket? And did you run them as actual fog/driving lights or just extra light on backroads with no traffic?
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Thank you! So they can go into the factory bucket? And did you run them as actual fog/driving lights or just extra light on backroads with no traffic?
I just cut factory plugs and soldered in. They worked as normal fogs with factory switch and mounted perfect to the factory buckets it took maybe 15 minutes to swap
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instead of cutting up the wiring, you can buy the adapter plugs that go from factory fog plug to rigid plug. got mine for $30 at stage3....
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