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Old 09-23-2009, 10:02 PM   #1
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Fog lights + ARB?

I have a 2010 Tacoma (DC,SB) with the factory fog lights. I'm thinking of getting an ARB bumper/bull bar, so what becomes of my fog lights that are mounted in the stock bumper? Can I run them on the ARB, or do they just get discarded with the stock bumper as part of the upgrade? Thanks for your input!
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Old 09-25-2009, 10:40 AM   #3
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Just picked up my new ARB bumper, like the one pictured, today!! The light kit will not be ordered untill the 28th due to TRDparts4U going through their inventory. I will install Sunday and post up some pics!!!
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Old 09-25-2009, 11:44 AM   #5
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Are there cutouts on the bumper for the fog kit? Or are there holes in it.
They do have cutouts/holes to match the triangular shape of the light kit. I have not unwrapped the bumper yet but was told that it should slide in from the front and bolt in from the back. The OEM lights unplug and the new ones plug right up.
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Old 09-25-2009, 05:54 PM   #7
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Here are a few pics of the bumper. If all goes well we will have a WAT (wrench-a-thon) at a club members house this Sunday to install.











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Old 09-26-2009, 11:50 AM   #8
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I might pull mine and have a fabricator cut out some holes to fit those light mounting assemblies they are cool. and also cut the top of the bumper some so I can see down into the winch better.
I think that would be easy to do. You would need to order the plastic housing, fog lamp and maybe new turn signals. The signal lights may not be the same size that yours has. Draw a template of the housing, tape on, line up and cut. As far as not being able to see down into the winch area, you are right, the openings are not very big. There was another thread started about which bumper to get a while back, and I was down to 3, shrokworks, allpro and arb. All 3 look great in my opinion. I do like that both shrokworks and allpro have options as far as configurations and the arb doesn't. As far as looks go I think that the allpro looks the best the the shrokworks and arb last. The allpro being the least sturdy then then the arb and shrokworks the heavy duty. Just my opinion. I didn't want the bars that protect the headlights, just the bull/pre-runner bar with fog/driving lights option. Now that arb offered the light option and a club discount, for being a member of the "TOYOTA TRAIL RIDERS", at TRDparts4u made the choice easier for me. Can't wait till tomorrow to put this thing on!!
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Old 09-28-2009, 06:41 PM   #9
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I have a 2010 Tacoma (DC,SB) with the factory fog lights. I'm thinking of getting an ARB bumper/bull bar, so what becomes of my fog lights that are mounted in the stock bumper? Can I run them on the ARB, or do they just get discarded with the stock bumper as part of the upgrade? Thanks for your input!
Sorry to have hijacked your thread but to answer your question, your old lights will not fit in the new bumper. Don't discard with the bumper, as a matter of fact, try too sell both. The lights sell for a little over $200 each at a dealership. Try here and craigs list. The lights should sell easy not sure about the bumper.
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Well that is fantastic and sucks ass all at the same time. The new bumper design looks fantastic! I wish they had that when I bought mine 3 monhts ago... bastards! I ended up putting lights on top of bummer as a work around... UGG!!!!!

Well Congrats on your bumper... I loved mine...
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Old 10-09-2009, 02:48 PM   #11
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Just curious, about how heavy is one of these bumpers alone (without a winch)? Did you guys notice any sagging in the front after installation?
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