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05-14-2013 12:22 AM
The General
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Originally Posted by flharleycop View Post

Thanks are your warns good? Do they do the job?
Ya I like them, they are quite a bit brighter than the factory. The factory are 24 watt if I remember correctly. The warn are 55 watt. I just tied in to the factory wiring with no issues.
05-13-2013 11:09 PM
flharleycop
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Originally Posted by The General View Post
The spring will tighten/loosen moving the fog up or down. You can access it from underneath on stock bumpers, but not sure about yours. Once you turn the screw if the fogs are on, it should be easy to see it adjusting. I've never done it, I did away with factory when I installed my warn fogs.
Thanks are your warns good? Do they do the job?
05-12-2013 11:09 PM
The General
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Originally Posted by flharleycop View Post

can you explain that for me, I see a spring on the back of them?
The spring will tighten/loosen moving the fog up or down. You can access it from underneath on stock bumpers, but not sure about yours. Once you turn the screw if the fogs are on, it should be easy to see it adjusting. I've never done it, I did away with factory when I installed my warn fogs.
05-12-2013 09:18 PM
flharleycop
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Originally Posted by SilverSport View Post
The factory fogs have a Phillips head adjuster screw. The screw is vertical with the head closest to the ground.
can you explain that for me, I see a spring on the back of them?
05-11-2013 11:59 PM
SilverSport The factory fogs have a Phillips head adjuster screw. The screw is vertical with the head closest to the ground.
05-11-2013 09:17 PM
flharleycop
Factory Fog Light Aiming

I just put on a RockHard full bumper and wench, the bumper takes the factory fog lights and it all hooks up fine. The only issue is the fogs are aimed too low now and are useless, is there a way to aim the factory fogs?

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