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I have mine attached to the tow receiver as auxiliary backup lights.


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I mounted my Amber spots in the bumper intake for the intercooler. They are definitely to low.

Thinking of making some mounts for behind my grille.

A few people have stuffed them into their fog light buckets. It looks like a relatively simple install.
 

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X2 on the fog light location. Looks pretty good there
 

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X2 on the fog light location. Looks pretty good there
I mounted my Amber spots in the bumper intake for the intercooler. They are definitely to low.

Thinking of making some mounts for behind my grille.

A few people have stuffed them into their fog light buckets. It looks like a relatively simple install.
Anyone see install instructions on that to foglight setup?

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Pull the three screws out of the housing, unplug the fog light. Remove the fog light from the black housing. Drill a hole either on the top or bottom where you want to bolt the light to, I used the top as there is a plastic groove in the mold that is top dead center.

Next wire the old fog light end to the dually and run wire out the back, mount the fog light housing back in the bumper.

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Any pics of the light output in the fog housings?
 

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Any pics of the light output in the fog housings?
I think Pinero has some in his build thread and/or the offroad lighting thread. You can really change the area drastically with minor aiming adjustments too...


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Pull the three screws out of the housing, unplug the fog light. Remove the fog light from the black housing. Drill a hole either on the top or bottom where you want to bolt the light to, I used the top as there is a plastic groove in the mold that is top dead center. Next wire the old fog light end to the dually and run wire out the back, mount the fog light housing back in the bumper. <img src="http://www.f150ecoboost.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10882"/>
Can you wire the stock fog connector into the duallys??
 

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Yep, just soldier the rigid connectors in place of the factories, once you determine pos/neg.
 
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