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Old 12-21-2011, 03:35 PM   #21
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Glad it worked out for you! I haven't had any problems and they've been on for over 9 months!
i had 1 problem.......

i bought piaa extreme whites before you did this mod

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Old 12-29-2011, 01:42 PM   #22
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Hey guys, trying to figure out what people are running for HID driving lights in the relentless plate bumper. I spoke to Relent, and he said the diameter cannot exceed 4.25", from what I've found, nothing will fit that requirement. Any thoughts?
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:50 PM   #23
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Thanks IluvTEA I'll do it when I get mine from Eric.
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Old 12-29-2011, 04:20 PM   #24
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Hey guys, trying to figure out what people are running for HID driving lights in the relentless plate bumper. I spoke to Relent, and he said the diameter cannot exceed 4.25", from what I've found, nothing will fit that requirement. Any thoughts?
Sorry buddy, I have no idea. Maybe try to retro the stock foglights and install them in the Relentless bumper.

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Thanks IluvTEA I'll do it when I get mine from Eric.
Glad I could help. It's a cheap and reliable way to do it without having to buy aftermarket foglights and mess with wiring and stuff. Let us know how it turns out.
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Old 12-30-2011, 12:11 PM   #25
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Glad I could help. It's a cheap and reliable way to do it without having to buy aftermarket foglights and mess with wiring and stuff. Let us know how it turns out.
It'll be a while, I have a lot of $ to spend before I get to my bumpers (last on wish list) but good to know I wont need to replace the stock fogs right away. As for the wiring it's not a problem for me, mine didn't come with them or any wiring and I hooked the fog relay switch leg into the running lights so when every the running lights are on so are my fogs. My Auto OEM Fog Light Mod
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after reading all of the negative reviews on the piaas and the price this is what i am going with. Thank you for sharing
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Hey guys, trying to figure out what people are running for HID driving lights in the relentless plate bumper. I spoke to Relent, and he said the diameter cannot exceed 4.25", from what I've found, nothing will fit that requirement. Any thoughts?
I think he put 5" tubes in for OZ. Maybe it's just the aluminum ones he can do this with.
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after reading all of the negative reviews on the piaas and the price this is what i am going with. Thank you for sharing
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Has anyone put the stock fog lights in their aluminum bumper yet? pics. or ideas would be great. The holes on my alum. bumper are bigger than 4 inches, so this isnt working for me, tried using a 4 inch to 4 inch fernco, no luck. I cant seem to find a 5 to 3 inch or even 5 to 4 inch ferco. I really dont want to use an aftermarket light, cant afford them right now either! Any ideas would be great, thanks.
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Has anyone put the stock fog lights in their aluminum bumper yet? pics. or ideas would be great. The holes on my alum. bumper are bigger than 4 inches, so this isnt working for me, tried using a 4 inch to 4 inch fernco, no luck. I cant seem to find a 5 to 3 inch or even 5 to 4 inch ferco. I really dont want to use an aftermarket light, cant afford them right now either! Any ideas would be great, thanks.
Don't have one yet. What about if you cut the mounting holes that the fogs clip into out of the plastic bumper cover and slid them into the aluminum holes.
It's a long way down the road until I get my aluminum bumpers from Eric (I'll get sliders & skids from him first). But I'm sure I'll MacGyver a way if some one else hasn't first.
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Awesome mod dude! way to be resourceful and use foglights you already paid for anyway! I'm def going to be looking back at this when i get my bumper.
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That bumper looks fantastic. Nice work on the fog lights.
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Awesome mod dude! way to be resourceful and use foglights you already paid for anyway! I'm def going to be looking back at this when i get my bumper.
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That bumper looks fantastic. Nice work on the fog lights.
Thanks fellas, let me know if you have any questions
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Yah thanks for the writeup. Worked perfect for me only I had to flip my drivers side fog light upside down since the plug wouldn't reach.
That's weird I didn't have a problem with the wire reaching. I'm glad it worked out for you though.

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Subbed cause my bumper should be shipping this week.
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this is exactly what i was looking for! thanks
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Anyone do it to an aluminum? I'm getting mine pretty soon and would like to install the stock lights.
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Anyone do it to an aluminum? I'm getting mine pretty soon and would like to install the stock lights.
Why are you thinking it would be different? I'm pretty sure the dimensions are identical for the aluminum bumpers.
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