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Old 10-10-2009
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Still waiting on pics, but I think I'm gonna go ahead and try this mod anyway and just see for myself.
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shouldn't be too much of a difference, however, i'd be more worried about the additional heat in a small housing, and melting your lens...
the lens is glass. it would melt the harness before the lens.
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Old 10-12-2009
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i just went out to the parking lot and did it to my truck. pretty cool. i could get some after pictures if anyone is interested
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I did it too, I'm impressed. I don't own a camera so I can't get pics. If someone could post some to show everyone that would be helpful.
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Old 10-13-2009
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PICTURES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Just picture the metal ring not there.
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Imagine a more narrow spread of the light, and the light in front of the truck being better.

all around a awesome free upgrade.

maybe i'll try the headlight bulb in the fog next
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hmm the new trucks don't have shrouds around them, haha. guess they figured it out.
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they must have lol
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no i mean, i have no idea how to do this, the instructions that are given are not very good, please post how to pictures... don't care about how it turns out, i'll try it and see if i like it, if not i'll put it back...
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when you look at the back of the foglight housing you'll see two black tabs on the right and left side. Carefully pull those tabs out and the housing will slide out and hang down from the bottom "hinge"

I do hope someone can post pics, like I said earlier I don't own a camera, so I can't take any pics.
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they wont fry the wiring harness, Ive ran different 9005s in my fogs for over 2 years
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i took out my 9145 bulbs and put in 9005 silverstar...what a difference!
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anyone get pictures of the reflector thing yet?
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dude your 07 doesn't have the shroud your good to go.
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that explains why i couldn't see what you guys were talking about when i was looking through my lens...
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i removed mine. It makes a big difference.
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pics or it didn't happen,,,,,,,,,
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Seriously, 3 pages of people asking for pics or links and no one comes up with anything?! Come on people!
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Step 1: Look at your fog lamp.
Step 2: Look for the metal ring around the bulb
Step 3. Imagine the ring gone.
Done.

You take apart the housing and remove the ring. It is easy.
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I get that... But how is it taken apart? I'll do it, but I just want a few directions so I know what to do... Or so I don't mess anything up and break something.
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Ah. I wish I could remember. I think I backed out the adjuster bolts all the way. The the housing separated and there was a screw holding the ring in place. I didn't know how to do it I just took it apart and I lucked out.
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I thought the beam was sealed with a silicon adhesive though?
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Nope. All I saw was a rubber o ring. I cleaned up the housing and the o ring and it never leaked after I put it back together. PM Alon. He might now how to do it.
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I'll post this again because its true...
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