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Old 02-11-2014, 06:44 AM
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Need Advice On Replacement Fog Lights-LED's for 2005 F250

Hello
I have a 2005 F250 4X4 Powerstroke with a RanchHands full replacement bumper.
I noticed this morning that one of the fog lights had come out of the socket and melted the plastic backing of the original Ford fog light.
I would like to replace both original fog lights with LED replacements that are good quality. I would like the new LED replacements to plug into the existing wiring and use the existing mounting holes.
Has anyone found these anywhere?
Thanks for your help
Curtis
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Old 02-15-2014, 10:48 AM
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Depending on how much you want to spend, rigid industries makes a bracket that fits our trucks....

Rigid Industries 46503 Fog Light Mount Kit for Ford Super Duty : Amazon.com : Automotive Rigid Industries 46503 Fog Light Mount Kit for Ford Super Duty : Amazon.com : Automotive

And then depending on how much light output you want to pay for (1500 or 3000 lumens)

Rigid Industries 20211 Dually Floodlight, (Set of 2) : Amazon.com : Automotive Rigid Industries 20211 Dually Floodlight, (Set of 2) : Amazon.com : Automotive

OR

Amazon.com: Rigid Industries 50231 D2 Driving Light, (Set of 2): Automotive Amazon.com: Rigid Industries 50231 D2 Driving Light, (Set of 2): Automotive
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Old 02-15-2014, 10:51 AM
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Right now i have 2 of the ecco E92007 up front. No where near the amount of light output your going to get from the RI lights but for the money i love them.
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I'd buy the Rigid foglight mounts but buy the duallys from a cheaper company.

Hyperion LEDs makes a brighter pod.
18W Helios Pod / Hyperion LEDs

or a 20" light bar in the gap
22" Hyperion Bar (Epistar LEDs) / Hyperion LEDs

Cree 20"
22" Eos Bar (Cree LEDs) / Hyperion LEDs
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Old 02-17-2014, 12:44 PM
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If you're going to put a 20" bar in there you can use these brackets:

05-07 20" Light Bar Bumper Mount

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