Pic request: OEM LED Fog Lights

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Looking for some pics of the OEM LED Fog lights out of the bumper. I'm trying to get an idea of what the units look like, and if there is a cradle that they are mounted in within the plastic bumper. I'm slowly researching new bumpers as time permits and I'm trying to see what I have to work with- if maybe I can incorporate them into one of the bumpers I like via modification, or, if I can mod them and use them as off road lights on the bumper. Thanks!

For those interested, and before anyone asks "why not just go with X Bumper": I'm looking at bumpers with high/ tight approach angles, that are reasonably priced and will mount my winch (an older Warn model). I have a couple in mind but there are limited accommodations for the OEM LED fogs, and I'd like to retain those for now as I really don't want to go spending more money on lighting when I already have a decent option.





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Looking for some pics of the OEM LED Fog lights out of the bumper. I'm trying to get an idea of what the units look like, and if there is a cradle that they are mounted in within the plastic bumper. I'm slowly researching new bumpers as time permits and I'm trying to see what I have to work with- if maybe I can incorporate them into one of the bumpers I like via modification, or, if I can mod them and use them as off road lights on the bumper. Thanks!

For those interested, and before anyone asks "why not just go with X Bumper": I'm looking at bumpers with high/ tight approach angles, that are reasonably priced and will mount my winch (an older Warn model). I have a couple in mind but there are limited accommodations for the OEM LED fogs, and I'd like to retain those for now as I really don't want to go spending more money on lighting when I already have a decent option.
Here ya go
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Thank you! I had a hell of a time trying to use the search function to maybe find them in the sale threads!
 

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Thank you! I had a hell of a time trying to use the search function to maybe find them in the sale threads!
I replaced them with Quake fogs. I was holding on to them in case I changed my mind and wanted the OEMs back.
 
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How difficult/ complicated were these to remove? Is the bracket holding them plastic?
 

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How difficult/ complicated were these to remove? Is the bracket holding them plastic?
Super easy. 10mm wrench, 2 bolts. Bracket is integrated with fog lights, and yes, plastic.
 

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