Yes they did look like the bulbs pictured. I drilled a hole in the cap to move the wiring outside. The cap will go back on with a little work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Hey everyone! I'm selling my morimoto fog lights type GM. I've only had them for about 3 weeks so they're like new. They work great however I'm selling them because I'm selling my truck. They will be in the original packaging and include the paperwork that they came with. I'm asking $160 with free shipping. Located in Glen stock,NJ 07452.
It was really easy. Bought a 12"x24" sheet of expanded steel. Left it 24" wide and cut it in half to 6" long. A few coats of rustoleum flat black. Then bolted it on. I only bolted the top holes as I couldn't get to the lower holes easily. If you look in the opening there you'll see the hole at the top left and right sides. You can also see the bolts in my picture if you look close at it.
Here is mine once I got it installed. Didn't have to remove anything. There was enough space over the top of the screen to install the bolts in the top holes. Didn't use stainless hardware but maybe I should pick some up and swap it out?
Looks really nice! Great idea. I decided I'd make one too after seeing how much they cost to buy one. Only cost $10 for the expanded metal at Home Depot. I'll post a picture tomorrow after the paint dries and I get it installed.
Comparing to stock I'd say the light output is far superior with led for the lows and fogs.
Elzie- thank you! Glad to hear they're working well with the canbus installed. I did end up raising my headlights 2.5 turns up on the adjustment screw. Much more usable light that way. Haven't been flashed either. Also installed the Morimoto XB fog lights last week. They are awesome! Huge difference from the stock fog lights which basically do nothing. Here's a couple pictures with the led lows and Morimoto fogs. Fogs only Lows and fogs Lows and fogs at angle
Emtmtb replied to Emtmtb's topic in 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500/3500 HDIt's crazy that they wouldn't just write to replace from the start. Like you said the replacement is so easy.
Emtmtb replied to Emtmtb's topic in 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 2500/3500 HDMy body shop put it on their frame jig and determined no frame damage. Trailer hitch took it pretty hard and was replaced. Other than that it was all cosmetic. I thought about filing a claim for that but I figured it's not worth it since I plan on keeping this truck for a long time. My total was around $10000. When the adjustor from State Farm say my bedside she didn't even offer to repair it. She immediately said it was going to be replaced.
Here's a picture of the sign illumination. The red signs are about 250 feet away. Not much light up high but it's a projector so it gives the nice sharp cutoff.
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