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[Mgs] Driving lights under chrome bumper hook up

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Subject: [Mgs] Driving lights under chrome bumper hook up
From: "Jack Feldman" <>
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 14:37:28 -0500
Great idea Paul. I plan to mount two fog lights below the bumper, and I'll
look into your idea. I had seen two installations which had drilled holes in
the bumper.

The previous owner of my car drilled two holes in the apron in front of the
grill. Since the apron consists of two pieces of sheet metal with nothing in
between, he  found some shims from somewhere (and fortunately  left them
behind in the apron), used them to keep the apron from collapsing when the
driving light bolts were tightened. They can be inserted from behind the

Thanks for the bracket idea.


Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2008 13:15:35 +0100
From: "Paul Hunt" <>
Subject: Re: [Mgs] Driving lights under chrome bumper hook up
To: "davewillner" <>, <>
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I would drill the 'spring' that lies behind the bumper and runs between the
over-rider bolt and the chrome headed bolt outboard of that and attach a
right-angle bracket to that.  If you used a right-angle bracket with
clamping plate and two nuts and bolts you wouldn't even have to drill that
spring and could adjust the position of the lamps.

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