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Driving Lights/Fog Lights

All right, i got a set of driving lights for xmas, and need to mount em up. Below the bumper is where i was thinking, but any ideas are welcomed. Where have you guys mounted them? any pics would be great.

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I put mine where I needed them the most, on the rear hitch.

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I put mine where I needed them the most, on the rear hitch.
i bought this light that plugs in my trailer brake thing and u can set it on utility or backup and its bright as hell! then when ur done u just unplug it and no lights are back there!!

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i would buy a chrome push bar and mount them on that

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post #5 of 6 Old 12-25-2007, 02:30 PM
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I have a Procomp light bar I think I paid 125.00 for it. I run two 8" Hella 4000. Can see the pics at TECH5150's photos and albums on webshots and I have seen guys mount them right to there bumper.
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ive seen late 90s trucks with 6inch hellas mounted right to the front of the bumper and it looked nice
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