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Old 07-10-2006, 03:27 PM   #1
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Anybody want to give me some advice when installing angel eyes and actually how much work this will take?
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easy.....use your stock fog light brackets to mount the Angel eyes

the hardest part is figuring out what you want to power the Rings, wether it be the parking lights, or controlling them by a switch....

then you can use the stock fog light wiring to run the driving lights
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I went out and removed the stock fog light but i realize that the brackets dont match up, so what have guys been doing. Drilling new holes both in the bracket and in the bumper? I guess i just wanted to get your guys take on it.

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I went out and removed the stock fog light but i realize that the brackets dont match up, so what have guys been doing. Drilling new holes both in the bracket and in the bumper? I guess i just wanted to get your guys take on it.

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i welded the new bracket to the OEM bracket.. the total length was the same so they mounted in the same place and used the stock mounting
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If a welder isn't availble..just use screws...
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yeah I hear what you guys are saying but the new bracket holes dont lay against anything, the holes are to close to gether and there wouldnt be anything to screw into. Thats why i have a problem

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