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Old 03-24-2007, 06:46 PM   #11
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Just a question but how do you go about keeping the orange reflectors because in some places it'* illegal not to have the orange reflector?
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We haven't heard of a single person on this forum having an issue because they were missing their orange reflectors.
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Just a question but how do you go about keeping the orange reflectors because in some places it'* illegal not to have the orange reflector?
Amber bulbs. The reflectors aren't the legal aspect, it'* the amber colored blinker usually.
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Do you have steps like this for the back???
I'm getting to that as soon as I can buy a Dremel...again....
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best write up I've seen so far, the only next step I can see is "Project lens buff" My passenger sides getting that way, I'll probably buy a new(er) one before I try to buff it out,
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We haven't heard of a single person on this forum having an issue because they were missing their orange reflectors.
You haven't driven down Portage Ave. in winnipeg during sunday night cruise nights. The cops will pull you over for practically anything just to meet their quota
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We haven't heard of a single person on this forum having an issue because they were missing their orange reflectors.
You haven't driven down Portage Ave. in winnipeg during sunday night cruise nights. The cops will pull you over for practically anything just to meet their quota
Then I wouldn't modify your car in your extremely rare, isolated case.
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the signals are fine we're allowed to use amber bulbs. just that we need orange reflectors somewhere on the front of the car
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As soon as there are instructions on how to do the rears, I am so gonna tackle it. Pics help me better than explination lol.
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Where'* the blow dryer to heat and keep the sealant even more sticky and pliable?

Not sure what you mean about plucking out the amber and being afraid of breakage. I've watched Toaster do it like 10 times... didn't look like a possible break issue could arise, please elaborate.

Meanwhile..welcome to the club!
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