Rear Fog/ EDM Tail Lights

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yea i did only one side because it looks good to me. And for the wiring a didnt wire it up as yet but it will be on a switch. And for the one who asked why i need a rear fog. Well mabey because you cant see **** in fog until your too close. so yea i want people to see me nice n bright and not only when i step on my brakes. thanks for all the kind words. never did something like it and gave it a shot. UPDATED FIRST PAGE WITH NEW PICS
 

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That looks good. I might just end up doing my rear fog light the same way. I tried installing a dual filament bulb in the tail light housing but its not as bright. Can I ask where you picked yours up?
 

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Didn't mean to go off topic but in the first picture their sits an unmanned shopping cart next to your car obviously left by a lazy person because oh wait, you don't say, could it be? There is a shopping cart housing area approximately 20 yards away. Come on people use some common sense and do the right thing!
 

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^+1. People are so lazy these days, have some damn respect.

OP, what did you use to cut the bumper?
 

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Lol... I used a kind of sharp blade thingy. Dont no what its called. Works like a clean nife. I just heat it up and cut straight through. Then i sanded it at the end to just have it smooth.
 

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I wa finally able to score a good deal on a rear fog as well, OP.

Although looks like I am going to have to do some work with it since my car is SSM, and I rather not have the black housing of the rear fog contrast with the rest of the bumper.

On another side note, I hate that about the shopping carts, at least they had the courtesy to put the wheels up on the grass so the cart wouldn't roll.
 

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Hmm jus spray the housing. And let the red lens show. I still may have to work on the housing for mine. sticking out a lil
 

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I wa finally able to score a good deal on a rear fog as well, OP.

Although looks like I am going to have to do some work with it since my car is SSM, and I rather not have the black housing of the rear fog contrast with the rest of the bumper.

On another side note, I hate that about the shopping carts, at least they had the courtesy to put the wheels up on the grass so the cart wouldn't roll.

oh really:jae:

someone gonna join the crew:flipoff:
 

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oh really:jae:

someone gonna join the crew:flipoff:

Yessir......FINALLY.

Although it will be a while until it will actually be seen on when the car is driving down the highway.....:sad:

@NotNice - yeah, that is the plan, just have to make sure I get the right silver to match.

There are one or two silver cars here that have a rear fog, so I will be checking in with them to see what paint they used.
 

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truee.. ive only seen a 4th gen with a rear fog and no other car. so im real proud of it. you in toronto?
 
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