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Old 01-15-2014, 04:25 PM
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Fog lights for 99-up trucks

I found these on ebay New Pair Valeo Sylvania Street Truck HID Driving Lights | eBay
Anybody think these would work on my 99? I dont know about the mounting.
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Old 01-15-2014, 04:38 PM
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Those are the OEM fogs without the bracket. If you do not have the brackets they are useless. Those would be good if u had some that yellowed or cracked and just needed the light without the bracket. Kinda what I need, lol.
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Yea like said above no bracket...you want something like this


Ford Excursion F250 F350 F450 F550 Pickup Truck Driving Fog Lights Lamp Pair Set | eBay
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i have hellas mounted on my bumper.

super bright and super easy to install, and cheap.
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Some folks run PIAA 410s where the fogs are.
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:15 PM
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Yea like said above no bracket...you want something like this


Ford Excursion F250 F350 F450 F550 Pickup Truck Driving Fog Lights Lamp Pair Set | eBay
Would these fit my early 99 with no mods?
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:20 PM
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Might have to drill holes for the brackets...not really sure since I've never taken my bumper off...lol
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You shouldn't have to drill anything. There will be existing holes in the bumper. You can get the clips and bolts from ford or just put a bolt and nut on yourself. Your choice. But...
you will have to get the pigtails for it to wire them up FYI
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Some folks run PIAA 410s where the fogs are.
Wow! these are pricey.
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Wow! these are pricey.
They are more expensive but you get the quality of PIAA along with an Extreme White Driving light. If you're just looking for a light to fill the space, then buy some OEM fogs...if you're looking for something that will actually cut through the darkness of night, then I would look for an aftermarket replacement.
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