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The wire mesh stuff is from the local Advance **** Parts (in the tuner section) cut to fit in the grill spaces and clear plastic wire tied in place. The 'fog' lights are the bottoms of two soda cans ($1) with some of the left-over mesh covering them, drilled and plastic wire tied to the black plastic factory hole covers. The bull bar I got from Ebay...Jim
 

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How was the bull bar installation?

I bought one of the same and I'm just waiting for the weather to warm up a bit here before doing any wrench work :)

My install kit came with 4 huge black washers/spacers that are not on the instruction sheet. Did you have those too? Where'd you put 'em?

Did you use a torque wrench? Looks like I'll need to get one of those too....
 

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you seriously cut the bottoms off of a soda can and are using it as (fake) foglights? :eek: Now THAT is ghetto! :( Why?

Eh, its your truck. Such a nice truck to do such a strange thing to.
 

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Agreed 06Sport, everyone has different tastes and availability of funds. Some make the best of it.
.....How will it hold up? Interesting, that grille mesh looks like screen from a stovetop vent hood filter......:confused:
 

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Agreed on the ghetto....

WTH are your headlights so fogged?? Looks like you've hit them with some low grit sandpaper.
 

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Nice bull bar, but gonna have to agree I am not a fan of the "ghetto" fog lights. I will say I am impressed with the creativity though!
 

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Excellent job on those ghetto fogs! You're throwing away money if you get the real thing. I went to Home Depot and bought 2 light bulbs for an outdoor spot. I then drilled a hole in the stock factory blanks (that fill the otherwise empty fog light hole) and glued and wired in the bulbs. They look great and I have a couple hundred bucks still in my pocket!
 

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You're throwing away money if you get the real thing. I went to Home Depot and bought 2 light bulbs for an outdoor spot. I then drilled a hole in the stock factory blanks (that fill the otherwise empty fog light hole) and glued and wired in the bulbs. They look great and I have a couple hundred bucks still in my pocket!
jdvail, How are these doing in foggy conditions?
 
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