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Old 1/23/13, 11:32 PM
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hidden fog lights

I just got a shelby gt-h bumper and I'm leaning towards getting hidden fog lights, but I have no idea how to do it. Can any one help?
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I'm considering it eventually as well, but off the top of my head this is the only kit I can think of: http://www.dgcustomauto.com/product....&categoryId=-1
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is that bumper just like the GTCS bumper?
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Old 1/24/13, 05:44 PM
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I'm considering it eventually as well, but off the top of my head this is the only kit I can think of: http://www.dgcustomauto.com/product....&categoryId=-1
Can you use any kind of grille behind it? Like the center fog lights?
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Originally Posted by SilverSkoundrel View Post
is that bumper just like the GTCS bumper?
Yeah. As far as I can tell, they're the same.
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Can you use any kind of grille behind it? Like the center fog lights?
I'm not sure what you mean. That kit just gives you a bracket to place the lights behind whatever grill you're running.
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Old 1/24/13, 09:58 PM
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Oh ok cool
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Here's what I've found out. It works behind the roush grille. It'll work behind a Shelby gt grille if you don't use a housing and you do chop up a gt grille. Orrr you could just go with dg custom grille and it'd be the cheapest and easiest. It's what I should have done haha
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Lol I was gonna go DG custom route
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Be sure to post pics! Are you thinking of using the pony package fogs, or the GT fogs?
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The gt fogs, Im trying to sell that whole set up now that I have a new bumper lol
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I am selling a 9-bar replacement billet grille for the 05-09 GT. This is just like the Roush 9-bar kit, only it has additional hardware for you to hide you stock fog lights behind the grille and is significantly less money. The grille has a polished finish. I'm selling it on e-bay. Please check it out or PM me for more details.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2005-2009-Mustang-GT-9-bar-billet-grille-Roush-9-bar-grille-alt-/261475088941?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3ce1213a2d&vxp=mtr
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Fog light voltage?

I know I'm being lazy here.

My fog lights were deleted by the previous owner. I'm thinking of putting a couple of 12V strip light behind the lower grill, and I'd like to confirm the stock fog lights run on a 12V supply voltage and not some kind of HID specialty current. I'd like to run the lights off the fog light switch that is already on the headlamp switch.

Anyone ever done something like this?
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Originally Posted by 06blackvertstang View Post
Here's what I've found out. It works behind the roush grille. It'll work behind a Shelby gt grille if you don't use a housing and you do chop up a gt grille. Orrr you could just go with dg custom grille and it'd be the cheapest and easiest. It's what I should have done haha
hey I actually just purchased a roush grill and I have some halo fog lights I want to put in behind it but does the bracket need to be off? Or do I need to move the horn? Like they really just fit right in
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