Took me 3 hours, but this is how I did it. Went to the Home Depot and bought some 6 inch angle brackets used to sure up a door frame. I figured these would be wide enough to drill a hole large enough to mount the lights and strong enough to support the weight of the light. When I got home I slipped the brackets on with the 90 degree angle resting on the back the lip of the bumper (in some cases you might have to take your bumper off). I then marked where I would need to drill holes in the brackets and the bumper to line the lights up and pervent the brackets from shifting. This is why I went with an angle bracket, the 90 degree angle and opposing 6 inch side prevents the bracket from shifting in its side vertically and horizontally. After I marked the holes (one in the middle of the bumper and one almost under the grill) for drilling I drilled into the brackets and bumper mounting with one large nut bolt and washer combo and one sheet metal screw nut and washer combo. I figured this would be sufficient in preventing the brackets from turning on itself. Then I drilled a hole near the end of the bracket to mount the lights on. Mounted the lights and then wired them up. I will keep checking on them daily to see if they brackets are holding their strength. It wasn't a bad mount for 2 $1.75 angle brackets from a hardware store. If I can figure out how to post pics I'll get some up by the end of the week.