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Old 12-12-2009, 03:15 PM
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Re: Help, yay or nay

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That's awsome man!

They won't fit in any factory location, I think they are 6 or 7 inch diameter.
Modify the factory location?? Sounds like a great winter project
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Old 12-12-2009, 03:28 PM
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Re: Help, yay or nay

I would go with what Rob said tuck them in further. can't you hang them from behind the lower valence ? just a thought ...
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Re: Help, yay or nay

^ you mean the lower lip of the body kit? If so, no. The lights would hit the ground.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

if you can mount them so they don't shake or anything and i mean they are perfectly facing forward without any problems, i would say yea sure go for it, if they would be loose and have a chance to move around, i would not bother and just keep your jeep looking clean!
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Re: Help, yay or nay

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if you can mount them so they don't shake or anything and i mean they are perfectly facing forward without any problems, i would say yea sure go for it, if they would be loose and have a chance to move around, i would not bother and just keep your jeep looking clean!

No, they wouldn't move at all. Once they're tightened down, they don't budge. They're already back in my pile of car stuff in my basement.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

you can always mount them behind the grill. here's a link to how someone else did it. it would look a lot better than hanging below your grill

http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums...ighlight=hella
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Re: Help, yay or nay

Well I say this:

Nay because I think it doesn't fit your Jeeps personality. I thought you were going for a Street Jeep theme.

It would be a Yay if you are going for a Off-Road Theme. Maybe a 2-3 Inch lift with the meaty tires. Not TOO meaty.


Can you try putting them behind the Grille? I know it's possible but I don't know if you have the right size for it to fit.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

You could get rectangular lights and they'd fit better within the lower gap... It doesn't look bad.. just out of place a little.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

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Well I say this:

Nay because I think it doesn't fit your Jeeps personality. I thought you were going for a Street Jeep theme.

It would be a Yay if you are going for a Off-Road Theme. Maybe a 2-3 Inch lift with the meaty tires. Not TOO meaty.


Can you try putting them behind the Grille? I know it's possible but I don't know if you have the right size for it to fit.

That's pretty much why I didn't put them on, I didn't want it to end up looking like a rallye car.


I'll check tomorrow to see if they will fit behind the grille.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

I know it has been said but if it as able to fit where the OEM Fogs were that would look better and SHINE better.
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Re: Help, yay or nay

Nay as well. doesnt go with the flow of the jeep. curious to see how it looks behind the grill though
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