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Old 10-09-2012, 09:08 AM   #1
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Does anyone make a grill for f150 that has recesses for driving lights like the mustang gt's of recent years?

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Most of us just put them behind the grille
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Though on eBay there's some grilles with them built in but the lights are only like 4inchers and look funny
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Browning,

You don't happen to have a link do you? I like the idea of them behind the grill as well like you have them on your truck, but if I can have them as part of the grill I think would look really sharp. I want to use them as driving lights so I am OK with them being on the small/less powerful side, but to your point not so small they look out of place.

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There was one guy who cut out part of his grill and had KC lights in there with stone guards, looked pretty good. Don't remember his name though
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Browning,

You don't happen to have a link do you? I like the idea of them behind the grill as well like you have them on your truck, but if I can have them as part of the grill I think would look really sharp. I want to use them as driving lights so I am OK with them being on the small/less powerful side, but to your point not so small they look out of place.

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This is a 97-98 I bought and it had cut out for the lights
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This is what I think browning was talkin about

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I know you can order the grilles with lights in them from LMC
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I think carid also has them. They have a large selection of grills from different makers.
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