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Old 08-26-2011, 10:51 AM   #1
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So this morning my 15 year old daughter, with driving permit, want to drive the 2006 wrangler to school, with me. Manual transmission, as she is "backing" out of the garage she goes forward and into some storage bins and snaps off drivers side fog lamp. Lamp itself is fine as is everything else. Now I come to find out that I can only get the ENTIRE fog lamp assembly which is expensive! Does anyone know where I might be able to just get the mounting bracket??

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Old 08-26-2011, 10:55 AM   #2
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So this morning my 15 year old daughter, with driving permit, want to drive the 2006 wrangler to school, with me. Manual transmission, as she is "backing" out of the garage she goes forward and into some storage bins and snaps off drivers side fog lamp. Lamp itself is fine as is everything else. Now I come to find out that I can only get the ENTIRE fog lamp assembly which is expensive! Does anyone know where I might be able to just get the mounting bracket??
Ebay or the local Junkyard is your best bet.

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Depends on what it looks like, not usually a part hard to fabricate out of some bar aluminum or stainless steel.......just bend it over a sharp edge of your sidewalk and drill the holes.....
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