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96 ranger fog light mounting help

Hey guys. I just bought a 96 ranger a few days ago. The guy I bought it from added a fog light bumper but never got around to adding the lights. I picked up a pair of lights today but I can't figure out how to mount them. There is no bracket or anything for them to mount to. Does anyone have a pic of how they're mounted behind the bumper? Here is a pic of behind the bumper and one of the lights. ThanksName:  GEDC1999.jpg
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are those OE lights?
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Yes. I actually bought them from 5.0 resto for a fox mustang since its the same exact light other than the plug. The lights are cheaper that way. Both lights were $50. I double checked w/ LMC truck and they have the same mount.
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if im not mistaken there is a mount that goes around the hole on the bumper and the light bolts to that
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Is the mount made to the bumper? If so, wonder why this bumper doesn't have it? He bought this bumper from LMC truck. They are made to OE specs.
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i think the mount is a seperate piece
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Here is the link to LMC. It shows everything except for a mount for the lights. LMC Truck Parts - Page 19
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now im confused too lol
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ill upload a pic of how my 03s are mounted tonight...maybe that will help you a little
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you need the mounting brackets...the one bolt behind your bumper in your above pic with the empty hole next to it is where the bracket mounts to. I have a OEM set that im goin to mount on mine i"ll see if i can get you some pics. the mounts you need are for a 93-97...98+ will be different.
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