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Old 02-03-2006, 10:51 AM   #41
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will I have to reglue them? I'm expecting the obivious answer will be yes,.
depends, there may be enough there for the HL to reseal themselves.
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will I have to reglue them? I'm expecting the obivious answer will be yes,.
Only if you want them to work...

So, yes
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Bill what is that supposed to mean? I'm confused. Okay I'll reseal them
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Bill what is that supposed to mean? I'm confused. Okay I'll reseal them


(it'* the obvious answers I like the most )
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Ok, now I'm curious......Anybody willing to try this on one of my pics.....wondering what it would look like w/tinted corners.....

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I'll do it, after my calc hw.
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front the front you can see very little of the tint, because it is all reflector. But here is a quick jobie.

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Sweet......Thanks......I think I'm definatly going to try it when it start to get decent outside!!!
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What kind of paint should be used.....the headlight puts off some heat and I wouldn't want it to flake after awhile?
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