Thought I'd update this thread after resorting to searching one of those other forums at the auto parts store today. One of my fog light bulbs blew, and I thought it would be an easy fix... head over to Advance Auto and pick up a $4 bulb. Boy, was I mistaken!
The replacement Sylvania bulb, part number 2504, is not carried in any parts store (yet), and it looks like dealers are capitalizing on that fact to the tune of $48 PER BULB! Even if parts stores do eventually get them, the bulbs will be $25 per bulb, and nothing to write home about at only 24w.
I'm going back to ME this week, and I need the fogs to work (crapy weather forecast, and I'm waiting till after the holidays to get a set of Trucklites), so I wanted a replacement bulb. As it turns out, Sylvania part number 2502 will work, it just needs a few tabs trimmed.
Two of the tabs, the ones on the outer ring, weren't difficult to trim at all, it was the tab on the inner ring that was tough. An exacto knife and a lot of patience did the trick - snapped in like it was meant to be there, and it works fine.
Hopefully my mentioning those part numbers will help someone else in my situation without having to commit he unspeakable act of visiting another forum!
Tyler R. - Ansonia, CT
Silver '12 JKRU
6-speed, soft top, 2.5" TF Lift, 35" Treadwright Guard Dogs, Smittybilt SRC front bumper, Superwinch TS9500 winch, M.O.R.E. oil pan/trans skid, Skid Row exhaust loop skid, Dominion evap relocation,*Smittybilt Oversized Tiire Carrier and Cibie headlights.