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Thread: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

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    Re: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

    if i were to do it all over i would try to get a set of these to fit within the housing it self. i dont know if this kit off ebay would really work but it would look badass in the fog housing... i personally don't like the diffused lense look..




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    Re: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

    I have thought about going with the standard STS fogs that have the projector in them. Cutting the support between the our fogs and the brake duct then rerouting the brake duct below. I have yet to see anyone try it but I feel like it would look nice without losing function

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    Re: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigtuna819 View Post
    Lookin CLEAN!

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    Re: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

    Next week im pulling out my modded fogs with custom clear polycarbonate lenses and selling them on ebay.....


    I'm currently finishing up these...


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    Those are HOT...are you planning to make more to sell them? If so I'm interested if the price is right..I'm gonna assume the led strip is turn signal light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh5V View Post
    Next week im pulling out my modded fogs with custom clear polycarbonate lenses and selling them on ebay.....


    I'm currently finishing up these...

    These look awesome. Deff post pics as soon as you install them!

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    Re: FYI If your doing DIY clear fogs....

    Quote Originally Posted by danrob0123 View Post
    These look awesome. Deff post pics as soon as you install them!
    http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...ml#post2903348

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashanson View Post
    I ran into the same issue of rubbing off a tiny bit of chrome on the inside. Fortunately I noticed right away and stopped before I did much damage.

    I used pretty thick lexan on mine and the silicone or epoxy wasn't enough to hold the lens in place, always popped off a few hours later. So I baked the lenses to 315 or so, just so they got a little soft, and clamped them to the lens with no glue. After it cooled the lexan remained the same shape as the housing and I just used silicone to seal them on without any clamps.
    I put a screw in each corner, let it sit for 24 hours , removed screws filled holes with some silicone (these holes are going to be covered by the rubber gasket that goes between light and bumper) then waited about 4 hours, installed them back on the car, took her to the car wash and no leaks anywhere. 1 year later and still solid.

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