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post #1 of 4 Old 03-22-2011, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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bumper valance/air dam with fog lights

Hey all, recently move from a '77 F250 to '96 F350 psd and have a ? (actually, lot's of them- thank heaven for this site!)
Anyway, anyone have the front bumper valance with or without fog lights? Any pics? I'd like to put fog lights up front, and have seen a few photos of them in the stock bumper, but am concerned with them blocking air flow to radiator. The radiator comes all the way down behind where the holes in bumper are, so it seems wrong to block them even though the SD lamps look good there. I've seen the valance w/holes for fog lights for $50, was wondering how it'd look on my F350 CC. Any thoughts?

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I think it would look fine. I plan to do that to my truck. The valence with the holes for the lights is a Lightning piece. I don't know how it mounts, but I think it looks sweet. If you look up Lightning, you can see what it will look like.
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It looks like it mounts to the holes on the back lower/inner edge of the bumper. Too bad the actual fog lights for it are so spendy. Parts Geek has them for about $90 each. I was hoping to see that set-up on another truck (F250 or F350) before I drop that much cash. It looks good on the Lightning, just not sure how it'd look on the taller truck.
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Heres mine: a couple of owners ago they wired up fog lights that run whenever the lights are on but don't turn off when the high beams are on. The lights are positive ground and are just a normal $20ish set from Advance Auto.



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