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Old 02-15-2004, 11:38 AM   #131
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I finally cleared my front lenses, and as you already know it looks sweet. Im putting the angel eyes and new amp in on monday, anyone have any pointers for me for the angel eyes. Thanks a lot.
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I finally cleared my front lenses, and as you already know it looks sweet. Im putting the angel eyes and new amp in on monday, anyone have any pointers for me for the angel eyes. Thanks a lot.
You can wire them anyway you see fit, with rings on a seprate switch or wired in with the park lights. The stock wiring will look after the driving lights. For mounting try taking a look here, Merlin was able to adapt his stock brackets for a great install. http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=11920
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I finally cleared my front lenses, and as you already know it looks sweet. Im putting the angel eyes and new amp in on monday, anyone have any pointers for me for the angel eyes. Thanks a lot.
You can wire them anyway you see fit, with rings on a seprate switch or wired in with the park lights. The stock wiring will look after the driving lights. For mounting try taking a look here, Merlin was able to adapt his stock brackets for a great install. http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=11920
That is an excellent way to do it, if you don't have that much play with the factory brackets, just cut them with a jig-saw, or saw-zaw with a high TPI blade.
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I kinda tried to modify my stock bracket to fit the angle eyes one, didn't line up right, could of worked but would of had to cut it and mess around. I just drilled two holes on the top of the angle eye bracket and the length is about perfect, have a thin washer on the outside bolt to make them aim towards the center better.

Pics coming tonight, thier dirty!
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Alright here some Dirty pics









You get the Idea, get some better pics when It'* clean.
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NICE!!!

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I know, I know, it looks GOOD!!!!

Can't believe I waited so long. Everyone go clear those corners.

Whos' going to be #4? Probably Adbear when I help him out.
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I know, I know, it looks GOOD!!!!

Can't believe I waited so long. Everyone go clear those corners.

Whos' going to be #4? Probably Adbear when I help him out.
Looks Great TD.
I am looking to do mine. Now that I'm not working I have a lot of time
on my hands. How much does a Dremel cost maybe I can pick one up
and get to cutting? But I will test it on my spare tailight first!
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Thanks Adbear, Dremel tools are realitvely cheep, ebay has lots under 30-40. Any decent one will work, you don't have to by the dremel brand, mine is craftsman, old and still spins fine. Just need to get a heavy duty cutting wheel for 5 bucks or so and your set, can't forget an engraving tool for those tight spots.
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Thanks Adbear, Dremel tools are realitvely cheep, ebay has lots under 30-40. Any decent one will work, you don't have to by the dremel brand, mine is craftsman, old and still spins fine. Just need to get a heavy duty cutting wheel for 5 bucks or so and your set, can't forget an engraving tool for those tight spots.
Definetly dont forget the engraving tool!
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