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Old 04-23-2010, 03:07 PM
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For those of you with either grille, is there room behind the grille to mount the fog lights? I love the clean look of the 7 bar billet grille, but the fog lights just scream GT to me so I'm not willing to lose them completely. I've seen plenty of guys do it on the 05-09s, but haven't seen it done on a 2010.
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Get this?

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I believe their is room behind it. Mounting might be an issue. My Roush grille is more fwd and not as thick as the stock GT grille
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Ok, I understand what you're asking. Here is a vid of a guy doing it to his s197 and explanation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gRhfU4uBj4
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I was wondering about this, too. I want the look the Roush grill gives without losing the fog lights. Problem is, the billet style grills that keep the lights (like what M0nkeydump showed) install on top your original grill, they don't replace it.

I'm not impressed with the installation from that YouTube video either . . . I don't want to just "wedge" my fog lights into place on a brand new car
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Originally Posted by cidsamuth View Post
. . . I don't want to just "wedge" my fog lights into place on a brand new car
Nor do I. I've also tinted my fog lights and wedging them in there will just mess up the tint.

My search function Isn't working, but 08elnr is the one who inspire this vision for me. Does anyone remember if he mentioned how he did it?
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Originally Posted by badsneakers View Post
Nor do I. I've also tinted my fog lights and wedging them in there will just mess up the tint.

My search function Isn't working, but 08elnr is the one who inspire this vision for me. Does anyone remember if he mentioned how he did it?
I would say drop him a PM and ask. He is a good guy that won't mind helping you out
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