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squig69 10-09-2011 05:16 PM

looking for opinions for a couple things
 
looking for aftermarket tow-hooks and possibly looking to mount on some fog-lights. the front bumper doesnt have the cutouts in it for the lights and i'll have to figure out how to get a set mounted, any ideas you guys have would be great. also im not sure who makes aftermarket tow hooks for the front and i,ll have to cut out the plastic piece where the factory ones would go. thanks in advance

erm 10-09-2011 05:23 PM

It might be easier to get the factory set. At least you know it will fit.

Smittybilt and KC HiLites make nice light bars for exterior lights that fit your truck. This might be a better solution for you than trying to clamp lights to the bumper or drilling into your chrome <shudder> to mount some.

Also check out NFAB. I have one of their light bars on my truck:

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1...20Bar/LB13.jpg

http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1...t%20Bar/68.jpg

With these all ya gotta do is get 2 or 4 lights of your choice, mount them, do the wiring, add a switch for each set and aim them where you want them. You can even do HID lights out here on the front.

Good luck!

redlightrico 10-09-2011 05:33 PM

I have the same issue with having to cut out the plastic piece to fit tow hooks, so i have decided to just remove it when the hooks go in, and have an L.E.D lightbar put in as well to fill in the rest of the space between the tow hook intallation.

squig69 10-10-2011 06:59 AM

nice looking lightbar you got there, i like it :smileup:. i wouldnt drill into anything myself either. i'll look into NFAB to see if i can get them up here. thanks for the pics, it really helps with how it would look on truck.


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