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View Poll Results: Would you be willing to purchase custom fog brackets?
No, I prefer the OEM lights I have on the truck now. 3 14.29%
Yes without a doubt, I want to be able to upgrade my fog lights. 4 19.05%
Yes NO question, I don't even have the OEM fog lights at all. 3 14.29%
Maybe if the costs are low and it's a quality product. 12 57.14%
Yes, spending any money I have to accomplish the mod. 0 0%
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Old 12-09-2008, 02:56 PM
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Custom Fog light brackets

Trying to gauge some interests here on producing some brackets. I'm hoping to produce some fog light brackets that would install in the same place as the OEM lamps allowing you to run your choice of artermarket lights in the stock fog light location. This is only for the brackets, no wiring or lights. I have allowed multiple options but please answer only the poll questions that would apply to you.

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Old 12-09-2008, 03:06 PM
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I dont have factory fogs but wish I did!
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Would you prefer a complete OEM light kit (harness, brackets and switches) versus buying aftermarket pieces? When I ask this I mean buying the lights you want, wiring the harness and switch yourself using a set of brackets made for aftermarket lights.
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Old 12-09-2008, 03:21 PM
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Would you prefer a complete OEM light kit (harness, brackets and switches) versus buying aftermarket pieces?
Was my year truck even offered with them!
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make some brackets to do the quad fogs and i'm sure a lot of people would buy them
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I have a front hitch. I will be keeping the oem fog lights so I will be making my own brackets so they still fit in their oem spot.
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I agree, I love the stock fog lights. I'd create something along the lines of a complete quad fog kit, and you'd be in business!
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Old 07-19-2011, 09:11 AM
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make some brackets to do the quad fogs and i'm sure a lot of people would buy them
x2 I completely agree.
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Old 07-19-2011, 03:31 PM
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Triple 5x7 (57 series) KCs would be easier and brighter......talk about dig up old posts.
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Triple 5x7 (57 series) KCs would be easier and brighter......talk about dig up old posts.
But way more expensive, KC's are super high priced these days...
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