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I need to replace a cracked fog light and noticed many halo fogs on eBay. Anyone Ty them out yet? Do they mount like factory, or are they some sort of universal fit? I found that they use an h3 bulb, so I'd need new HID bulbs too.
 

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Why is it that every Jeep SRT8 I have at my shop, including mine, all have a cracked fog light lens? I swear I think they must come like that from the factory!!
 

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never tried the halo fogs, but i bought the LED fogs and they are garbage. quickly switched bad and got HID fogs.
 

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Why is it that every Jeep SRT8 I have at my shop, including mine, all have a cracked fog light lens? I swear I think they must come like that from the factory!!
My shit better not be cracked! Technically not at the shop though. In Chris's garage
 

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I bought some smoked fogs off ebay then put my own LED ring in them. Now I got some fog light covers to protect them. :D
 

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Mines not craked but last 2 weeks it was raing cats and dogs here and water got inside of it and its all foggy and humid :/
 

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Mine was cracked too. I was also wondering about the ebay halos.
 

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I'd be iffy buying halo's off eBay, unless they come with a warranty of course.

You need to get some red halos for the headlights now :rolleyes:
 

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never tried the halo fogs, but i bought the LED fogs and they are garbage. quickly switched bad and got HID fogs.
Agreed i bought one too, what a stupid design.
 

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dont buy from ebay ,, the ones i have are v v weak , for not much more $ have DC make you a set
 
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