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Old 05-22-2007, 11:42 PM   #1
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Its seems like forever since I have had a chance to visit here... its good to be back though. Got a question for everyone. I am looking to clear the front corners on my bonnie and read thru all the posts and how-to-threads on here about it. I got all excited and went out to start the project. Only when I really got looking at the lenses on my car I relized that the exterior lenses are probley to messed up to make it worth it and it looks like they may have already got a little bit a moisture in them at one point or another. My question is this. Is it really worth it to try and clear the ones I have? Or should I drop the money on complete new assemblies and clear them before install? Keeping in mind that this is my primary/only vehicle, so I can't have it off the road for any more then a weekend tops. Let me know what ya think. Thanks!
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I would buy some corners from the junk yard and play with those in case you brake something on of them, at least thats what I am going to do...
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I just cleared the ones on my GXP with instructions from leftd90. The first one took me about half an hour and the second one only 5 minutes. It is very easy once you get into it. Here is what mine look like.

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That looks really good.
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Have we all visited Techinfo lately? The article is there, as well as numerous topics with great pics.
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I did visit the techno info and read those articles just like I stated in my first post... My question was if I should buy a new set or clear the ones I already have since the exteroir lenses on my current set have about 70+ miles of wear on them already.
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