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    Fog Lights for 1G

    I am looking for some horizontal fog lights with really good light output that doesn't look like it came from autozone, anyone have ideas or suggestions?
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

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    You looking for bolt on only, or something you can fab to work?

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    Either Or

    Preferred to bolt it on really.

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    I am sure some people have nice fogs!

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    why not hid the stockers?

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    I put 55w hids in the stock lenses, and the output is decent but not amazing. I think the vertical adjustment just doesn't go high enough to project very far down the road.

    Also, if you're looking to bolt-on any aftermarket setup using the factory fog brackets good luck, because they're angled out oddly to the sides of the car. The housing on the factory fogs has a bracket on them that mirrors the same angle to compensate, so they do aim straight obviously. It is odd for sure. I know the Stealth R/T and ES fog lights are different, and require different brackets as well.

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    I can't use stock fogs because I have an Oohnoo duelcore so I had to cut the stock bumper to get the FMIC to work so that is why I am stuck with aftermarket fogs.

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