October 31, 2011
try measuring the lights and housing that you have no, and measure the opening in your bumpers for the fog lights. than go to your local auto store (Napa, O`Riely, Autozone) and look at what they have there for lights. If one of the aftermarket lights have similar dimensions do a swap. wiring should be pretty straight forward. ie remove stock lights, clip wires, connect new lights to preexisting wires. and than you should have some aftermarkets that could be more durable than the stocks, and possibly cheaper. There is a large selection of aftermarket lights, even try looking online as most places online will advertise dimensions of the lights in the listing. Name brands will give you a warranty to fall back on if you wanna pay the extra money for it (and better quality, higher light output, and the ability to change out the bulbs instead of the entire housing) but the cheap wal mart lights are cheap, and work good for fog lights, or just added lights for improved visibility. There is a substantial difference between the wal mart specials and the good name brand lights when it comes to light output, so if you REALLY want bright lights, go name brand. If you just want a little more visibility, than get the wal mart specials.
other options, is when you get the factory lights, find a way to reinforce around the lenses so they don`t fall off. but also make sure you will still be able to remove the bulb in the future if they burn out. I personally don`t have your generation of truck, so without looking at it i can`t really tell you how to go about reinforcing them without compromising them would be, but just another option
Horsepower is how fast you were going when you hit the wall, Torque is how far you went after you hit the wall.