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Foglight S brackets 
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Hi Guys

I am on the hunt for a pair of GT foglight brackets. The S shaped ones.

No need for the actual foglights.

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Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:45 am
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...but if anyone has a set of fog lamps for sale...sorry to threadjack. :oops:

Are these brackets easy to fabricate?


Sat Dec 01, 2012 4:22 am
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degruch wrote:
...but if anyone has a set of fog lamps for sale...sorry to threadjack. :oops:

Are these brackets easy to fabricate?


I think one could bend them up from flat easy enough. Then get them chromed like original or simply paint or powder coat.

I have one if you want measurements.

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True

If possible, perhaps just a photocopy of the side profile?


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If possible, perhaps just a photocopy of the side profile?


I can't vouch that its not a little bit bent but generally, here is the shape. If you want some dimensions let me know

I think there is normally only one hole in them. The one nearer the end i think should not be there. In that area, the bracket is bent inwards a little to pick up on the dumb iron to stop it rotating.

The light fitted to this one is a non original type.


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Glenn, you have engineering skills like not many others have, you could make a few bucks on the side??
There are a few GT's out theer witghout both the brackets and the lights.

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Tue Jan 01, 2013 8:21 pm
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you flatter me Dave, but making fog lights might be a problem !! ;) ;)

I don't have any gear to bend thick metal brackets like that apart from Oxy heating. Other way would be to make them in several pieces and weld together then dress the welds.

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