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    Default Preparing For Lights Behind Grill

    Hey everyone,
    I have seen many of you with the fog lights behind the grill and I love the look. Yesterday, I got a small set of 3" fogs for the upper section of the grill and today I will be going to purchase some 4" (or larger) fogs for the lower section of the grill. I will be doing the install tomorrow and will be sure to let you all know how this goes and take a lot of pictures. Here is a photoshopped picture of what I am going for.

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    2007 Chevy Silverado Classic 1500
    Ext Cab 4wd LT
    Check out my garage

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    Looks good. Should be a unique setup for sure.
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    I'm currently looking to do the same thing, the only problem I'm running into is finding a offroad light that I can set back far enough so the heat doesn't melt the plastic grille.
    2011 Chevy 2500HD LTZ Z71 extended cab. She's 9500 lbs of furry.

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    Others have said that the heat won't be enough to melt the grill. I am trusting the club on this one. I got all my lights and can't wait to start tomorrow night. I settled for the cheapies from advanced (one set was given to me for doing a stereo).

    Uppers (couldn't help but open them):


    Okay, so they aren't the nicest lights, but they will do for now...
    Last edited by FrigginNoodles; 04-17-2011 at 05:40 PM.

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    Do lotsa pics should be a hot look
    1998 K1500 Ext. Cab 4.3 5spd
    Amsoil, CIA

    2007 Harley Davidson Vrod
    Amsoil, Vance & Hines 2into1, K&N Topless,
    Screamin Eagle Racetuner, StageII cams,
    Carbon fiber front fender, and a few more lil goodies:wink:

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    Just got home from work and got the truck in the garage and the grill taken apart. I will take lots of pics! Should be an update here later tonight.

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    Make another install video like the other one, it was great.

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    Def will make a video of them in action. Just got them mounted up. Now for the wiring. I am going to wire them to a switch inside my flip up console for now. I want to do a project similar to this LINK and move the switches to the overhead console. Here is a pic of them mounted.

    I have to move the upper passenger side light up just a bit and they will be good. They are really close, but it will bug the crap out of me if I don't fix it

    **Edit- If you didn't notice I just kicked over my drink
    Last edited by FrigginNoodles; 04-18-2011 at 08:04 PM.

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    They look even to me, maybe its the drink you kicked over.LOL.

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    I am in for another video!! I love my fogs behind my grill.

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