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Old 05-25-2007, 11:16 PM   #11
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thanks, You can keep the beer, I'll take the rest.
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LET THEM DRY FOR A FEW DAYS!!!! Maybe even pop them into a 200 degree or less oven (not recommended, but it works)

I was one of the first on here to spray paint the bulbs. I then popped them right in and hazed the crap out of my headlight elements. When the bulb heats up a few times, it cooks the paint and produces some nasty fumes that will film up an enclosed area. Letting them dry for 2 or 3 days, in a warm dry area, should prevent/reduce the haze
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If you don't want to paint, get the chrome bulbs from www.autolumination.com.
Yes, I know it'* not nearly as cheap as spray paint, but they're perfectly chrome and evenly covered.

$3 each for 194'* and $3.50 each for 3157'*...

I'm not sure what the 2000+ models use though.
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I can see 3 to 3.50 for bulbs. That ain't too bad for specialty bulbs...
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Get them on Autolumination, i got the chrome bulbs for all four of my corners.. They work great and you could get two for like 10 bucks.. and there quick on shipping.
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are these to paint the OEM bulbs or the silverstar bulbs?
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Paint OEM bulbs. SIlverstars are tinted a bluish-orangish color already.

By the way another benefit of the bulbs on autolumination is that you have BRAND NEW bulbs and shouldn't have to worry about one burning out anytime soon - whatever that'* worth.
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