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Has anyone fit the stock fogs into the Cwest Kit? I was thinking about doing this... Good idea or bad?
 

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It will definitely take custom fabrication, but anything is possible. C-West front with fogs would make it look so much better. IMO worth all of the headaches to get it done. I was going to do the same thing, but I had to switch to another bumper because I drag on my driveway.
 

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I've been wondering why no one has done that ever since I started lurking here. It would require some custom work, but nothing more difficult than some of the stuff I've seen on this board.

Black c-west with the black painted fogs... :p
 

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I was about to do the same on mine but at the end I opted not too. When we test fitted it on, it looked weird to me but others may like it. It isn't that hard to do, but make sure you make custom brackets to hold the fogs or it'll crack your kit.
 

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crack the kit how? and how is it easy to do please explain
 

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Unknownprophet23 said:
crack the kit how? and how is it easy to do please explain
when we put the fogs on, my body guy said there is a chance that the fogs are too heavy for the fiberglass, so when you mount them, it'll eventually cause a crack. In order to do it right, get your body guy to open up the space until you like the look and he can probably make a custom bracket to attach the fogs to the kit.
 

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PoloBoy168 said:
Unknownprophet23 said:
crack the kit how? and how is it easy to do please explain
when we put the fogs on, my body guy said there is a chance that the fogs are too heavy for the fiberglass, so when you mount them, it'll eventually cause a crack. In order to do it right, get your body guy to open up the space until you like the look and he can probably make a custom bracket to attach the fogs to the kit.
your body guy must be on crack then lol :lol: The foglights weighs nearly nothing. He is under estimating the strength of fiberglass.
 
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