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those with older sicks models...like my 2003...what did you peeps do with the fog light space in your headlight housing?...i finally got access to it last night as i was installin my hyper white LEDs and bulbs. id like to see what everyone has done with this empty space....thanx is advance.
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all models that are nonsport have an empty slot for the headlight fogs, not just the 2003's. With that said... I have a 2003 nonsport... I pay no attention to the empty slot. Looking to get lower fogs instead, but the install seems too much of a bitch.


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When I oppened the headlights I noticed that the right size projector fog will fit (Didn't want to pay $200.00 for OME). So I purchased a pair for $30.00. They were a bit long so I had to cut them a little to fit inside and now I have fog's. Took about 1 hour for install and 4 hours for the drying when I had to shorten the back piece.

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Originally posted by FICHSTIX@Mar 25 2005, 02:07 PM
When I oppened the headlights I noticed that the right size projector fog will fit (Didn&#39;t want to pay $200.00 for OME). So I purchased a pair for $30.00. They were a bit long so I had to cut them a little to fit inside and now I have fog&#39;s. Took about 1 hour for install and 4 hours for the drying when I had to shorten the back piece.
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COOL, I was just wondering about what to do with those empty spots! (I just got my 6 a month ago).

What did you use for a switch?

Thanks in advance for the info!

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i&#39;m thinking of making something out of LEDs and putting in the open space....i was thinking of making the number "6" out of leds and putting there or something different....

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