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Old 08-16-2014, 12:18 PM   #31
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Love the look of your new wheels!
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Old 08-16-2014, 04:03 PM   #32
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wheels are nice. i like it a lot
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Some updated photos after a much needed bath.
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Nice looking truck! Can you give me some info on them cube your using as fogs? What cubes are they, do they just bolt right in, how did you wire them and some closer pics?
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The fogs are made by Genssi. I got them off of Amazon for $20 each. To install them I took out the foglight housings and foglights. I then measured out a good mounting spot and drilled a hole to bolt the mounting bracket to. Once that was done I went in and cut the fog light plug out and wired the cubes included wired directly to the trucks fog light wiring. All in all it took me about 15 minutes to do the work. Here's what they looked like mounted up.
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The fogs are made by Genssi. I got them off of Amazon for $20 each. To install them I took out the foglight housings and foglights. I then measured out a good mounting spot and drilled a hole to bolt the mounting bracket to. Once that was done I went in and cut the fog light plug out and wired the cubes included wired directly to the trucks fog light wiring. All in all it took me about 15 minutes to do the work. Here's what they looked like mounted up.
Great thanks! How is the light output compared to the factory fogs and can you possibly get some closer pics of how you mounted them?
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Awesome ride
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Mikeydubs, the light out put is incredible compared to stock.

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Truck looks great- nice work. Just curious on your old wheels and what you did to remove, or did you paint over, the black plasti-dip?

New color trim/wheels/tires look awesome- only thing on the decal is it seems too large to me. Sorry to hear about the headlight experience.
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