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Old 01-15-2007, 10:56 PM   #21
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I meant to ask, what are them things anyway?? Looks like plumbing parts, but I don't recognize them
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Old 01-15-2007, 11:28 PM   #22
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Yeah I got them in the plumbing section, just plain old PVC, but I forgot the actual name of them since I was really only looking for shape and size
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Old 01-20-2007, 03:43 PM   #23
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Alright, I'm getting there....
Rob gave me some ideas to work with, and I appreciate the thoughts, but at this point I'd like to keep things a little bit more simple. I had them all silver but didn't like how it looked so I painted the surround black. I'm waiting for the paint to cure a little more before I get them back on the car.
Teasers for now:

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looks good. cant wait to see them on the car.
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Those are PVC reducers. Big end slips inside a big pipe. Smaller pipe slips into the smaller hole.
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Thanks Bill
I'd like to get them on in about an hour from now so I can still see them in the daylight.
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You should use the same clearcoat we use on the tails. They'll hold up better from road abuse.

Duplicolor clear. At your neighborhood parts store.
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Already done (Plasti-kote clear though since that'* what I already had around)
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OK, I LOVE how these turned out
I wiped down the car but I missed a few spots
By the way I painted my plate holder Dark Cherry since my last whoring but it'* kind of hard to see from this angle.


I can see why projectors are so good at not blinding other people...looking from above the cutoff they hardly look bright.

This is right in the cutoff. My lights aren't really aimed yet, but I'll do those tonight. I like the color though


Next on tap: HID headlight projector retrofit
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Looks good!!!
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