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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-24-2007, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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As some of you may know, I'm not very happy with my sport bumper fog lights that I got through the G/B that Heronew is sponsering.
The housing is great, it's the lights that are the problem. So, through my search for better lights to install into Heronews housing, I stumbled upon these:

It says that it's for 2006 Mazda6/Speed6 models only-----


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I really like the look of these! Almost makes me want to install a 2006 style bumper, just so I could buy these!

Anyways, for you 2006 Mazda6 owners who are interested in this, here's the link.

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Very nice looking. I wish there was a pic with them installed on a 6 and maybe even lit.
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i am in the same boat as you Big, i never bothered to install them because of all the problems they have caused others... i have been looking for something to fit in the housing also... i came across a 6 on cardomain that had Hella fogs put into the housing but they stuck out a bit....

is there a difference between the 06 6 and the 03-05 bumpers??


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Yes, I believe there is. I assume these would fit an 07.
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The stock factory fogs for an '06 look way better than those. The shape of those don't even look like they'll fit the '06 bumper, maybe it's just the angle of the pictures though.

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It would be nice to see how they look lit up
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Good point. I had a not so good experience with them, also.
I just wanted to post these lights up cause I personally thought they looked nice.
And I couldn't find picts of them mounted, or lit.....

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Heh. I got sick of the crappy Heronew GB ones and just sold the housings. I was contemplating putting in new lights but I didnt feel like putting forth the effort.

If you shop around, there were a handful of lights I found that would fit into the housings with no modifications at all.


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Heh. I got sick of the crappy Heronew GB ones and just sold the housings. I was contemplating putting in new lights but I didnt feel like putting forth the effort.

If you shop around, there were a handful of lights I found that would fit into the housings with no modifications at all.[/b]
You got my attention.....any of them come to mind?
I know the OBX lights dont fit, Hellas don't fit, the Mazda 6i didn't work for me either.
Throw me a bone, dude

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