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Old 05-09-2011, 08:59 PM   #1
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rectangular fog lights

got a chance for some near free fog/flood lights but there rectangular any suggestions on how to incorporate them into my tj withought them looking too dumb? just slap uim on teh bumper and go or pass or what?

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Hey free is good!

I guess mount em on the bumper where the factory ones go. Or get em and swap em with someone who has rounds and wants rectangular ones.

Or go round on the bumper and rectangular on hinge mounts.

Might not look too bad if you had a set of round or rectangular driving lamps too on the bumper.

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i think theyd look fine, you have the square turn signals so they will go in with those fine
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hardware is for the bumber mount (like stock) so thinking thats what ill do unless i figure out a way to put um on the windshield without too much hassle.
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Hinge mount isn't that hard. You can buy or make the brackets, simple angle mount.

Only bugger can be getting those torx bolts loose sometimes.

Do it right either way. If you don't use the stock fog lamp harness, build your own.
Fused power from the battery. Use a switch to operate a relay, to run the lamps.
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no factory harnes so ill have to run the wires.... any suggestions for getting the wiring through (either from windshield or bumper) to the battery and to a switch?

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