Fog light retro

drperry

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Here's what one of my projectors output looks like

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drperry

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Removing the lens ended up being more of a PITA than I thought it would... But still easy. Trim the outer lip of the foglight off, and the lens pries off easy :thumbs:

I'll have pics when I get the other light started... Can't find the ones I already took...

But today, there was progress!



Cut the back of the fog housing to whatever shape you need to the projector to fit the easiest... Also, it doesn't hurt to rough up the surface near the cut for the JB Weld to hold better :thumbs:

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Trim/cut your projector as needed, then sand the surface where your JB Weld will be going

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A quick double check of fitment

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Secure your projector so it does not move.

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Begin with a small, thin abount of JB Weld, for testing before using a large amount for permanent mounting.

I went a little overboard for the "first" pre-testing amount... But I'm just gonna wing it and hope for the best :lol:

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looks good so far. lets see what the other side looks like.
 

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