Hey there TW!
As you know I got my Relentless Fabrication front bumper put on a couple weeks ago and I finally got time to try and rig up a way to put the stock foglights into the foglight housing. Now, I know that I probably could have sold the stockers on here then picked up some cheap foglights from Wal-mart and came out ahead. But since wiring isn't my strong suit, I decided that I wanted something plug-and-play using the stock ones.
Here is what my wife and I came up with. Since the back of the foglight is plastic, I didn't want to drill into it and connect it to the metal L-bracket on the back of the bumper.
Here is what we bought from the local hardware store:
(2) 4" to 3" Rubber Coupler (4" hose clamp was attached)
(1) package 11" zip ties (you need about 8, but its good to have a couple extra)
(2) 3" hose clamp (not needed, so don't buy it)
(1) foam pipe insulator (not needed, so don't buy it)
Alright, first step is to squeeze the foglight into the 4" side of the coupler. Slide it in deep enough so its about a 1/2" from the front of the coupler.
Next, slide the zip ties in between the foglight and the coupler. (Here you can see I cut the foam pipe insulator to act as a barrier between the metal bumper housing and the lens of the foglight, but I decided it wasn't necessary.)
Here's a pic of it without the foam piece (again, I didn't use the foam piece because the foglight was so tight against the bumper there is literally no movement).
Then I trimmed out a slot for the L-bracket that is welded on the back of the bumper to hold your aftermarket foglight. (you could also notch it out all the way, but having the slot helped to hold it in place while I tightened the zipties and will help secure it better in the long run.) The alignment screw on the back of the foglight is the bottom, make sure you cut the slot on this side so the foglight is straight. (I used the extra L-bracket that Eric sent line up where the slot should go and to test out the size of it.)
Next, sqeeze the foglight behind the bumper. (this would be a little easier if you did this before the bumper is installed)
Slide the L-bracket into the slot you cut and pull the rubber coupler around the metal housing on the bumper.
Take the 4" metal hose clamp and put it around the zipties and tighten it around the metal housing. (make sure the rubber isn't under the clamp)
Tighten the zip ties.
Plug in the foglight.
Here is a pic from the bottom showing the L-bracket coming through the slot in the coupler.
Another mod done!!
Hope this helps some of you out. Let me know if you have any questions or need more pics.