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Mazda 6s with grill fog lamps

I have been looking for a grill fog lamp kit that I can mount in the fog lamp holes of my 6s without giving it that ricer look and it looks like the following kit will do that:

http://www.tirerack.com/accessories/hella/micro_de.jsp

What I like about it is that it uses a standard H3 bulb which means I can replace it with a HID kit if I so choose. From the description, I'm thinking all you would have to do is drill a circular ~2" hole in the empty fog lamp grill covers then flush mount this kit.

Anyone on here tried this yet?

Another one I am looking at is model NX-FG7 on the following link:

http://www.installer.com/lights/lights.html

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Or you can go to the same place you got your Eurospec tails from. Ozeparts also sells the OEM molds/housings for the fog-lights that fit the sport package front bumper. I don't know if they can also source the full assemblies (i.e. with the fog lamps) but at least as advertised on their site, the housings are dirt cheap, at what would be about $30 U.S. If it is just the housings, then all you would have to do is measure the diameter of the opening (by eyeball @ 3") and from there finding a set that would fit or fill the hole nicely should be a piece of cake.

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those are for the aero bumper not sports


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it says "for sports model," but i still don't believe it. :)
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Reading Topic: Mazda 6s with grill fog lamps

Yea I saw those too, but I think its too risky, I have yet to see a set that truly fits the sport bumper. There are too many definitions floating around out there: sport, aero, etc. Plus the sport bumper overseas is not the same as the sport bumper here.

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Try this link.
I think you here may fiid what you are looking for.

I have instlled ATH-kit with Hella Xenon spots with success

http://www.ath-hinsberger.com/e/frame2e.htm
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