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Old 07-29-2007
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valence lighting mod

ok so i plan on buying a new custom low profile bumper to replace the lower valence on my 2004 edge.. it will follow a design similar to that of a Jeep rockcrawling bumper, made of the same 3" tubing. i will fab places for D rings or tow hooks, light mounts, and possibly a winch. question here is, when i remove the valence (thus removing the fog lights) could i use those power supply's originally ised for the fog lights, for the new KC 130's im gonna run??


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i actually wanna buy new fog lights and rig them up in a position similar to the way they sat in the stock valence.... good IDEA???
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I wouldn't try using them to power the KC lights. They'll draw more than twice the power of the Fac fog lights. Instead, use one of the plugs B+ term as the control circuit for the relay that supplies the power from the battery to the KC's. This way you wont need to add a new switch.
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